Another way to discover the North part of Madagascar is to drive along the National Road No.6 from Tana to Diego. This journey will enable you to admire the evolution of the beautiful landscape of the central highlands transformed gradually into secondary forest.
A small deviation to the National Road No.4 (about 50 km from Ambondromamy to the west) will also allow you to visit Ankarafantsika National Park. This park in the northwest of Madagascar is a mosaic of dense dry deciduous forest forests and wetlands, which are a haven for birdlife, Coquerel's sifaka, although Milne-Edwards lepilemur, the mongoose lemur, the western wolly lemur, the grey mouse lemur, the fat-tailed dwarf lemur, and the endemic golden-brown mouse lemur are also found in the park. Continuation to Ambanja via Port Bergé and Antsohihy through tabac, onions, manioc plantations. Then visits to two large and distinguished Madagascar biodiversity hotspots: the oldest National Park of Montagne d’Ambre a lush volcanic evergreen Rainforest with its own microclimate, its impressive waterfalls and lakes, and the Ankarana special reserve and the Tsingy with the sunken forests, the grottos and the canyons home for several species of endemic Fauna and Flora. And in the end a tour of the city of Diégo-Suarez with its 03 magnificent bays will inform you about the history of the country and will allow you at the same time to relax after your long trip.