Ranomafana National Park lies in the Fianarantsoa
Province of Madagascar. Ranomafana National Park covers 41,600
hectares (161 square miles). Ranumafana National Park is located in
the southeast of Madagascar in the province of Fianarantsoa. The
national park is known for its waterfalls and hot springs, as well
as the variety of primates and birds. It was founded in 1991.
Together with other national parks, Madagascar has been part of the
UNESCO World Heritage Site since 2007.
The national park is
densely covered with rain forests. Thanks to the evergreen
rainforests, a wide variety of plants such as orchids, tree ferns
and mosses thrive here. The park is home to a total of twelve
species of lemurs and 118 species of birds, 68 of which are
endangered by Madagascar.
The park is an important example of cloud forest,
with very high levels of biodiversity.