Nosy Tsarabanjina a small island off the northwest coast of Madagascar in the Mitsio archipelago. Also the Tsingy de Bemaraha Reserve in the southern region of Madagascar’s and the largest natural reserve in Madagascar. The word “tsingy? refers to the pinnacles that dot the park’s limestone plateau. Located in the west coast, the park features a broad expanse of mangrove forest and home to seven lemur species, including the Deckens sifaka, a genus of lemur notable for its creamy white fur and black face.