Anjanaharibe-Sud Reserve

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Anjanaharibe-Sud Reserve is a wildlife reserve of Madagascar. It was nominated to the UNESCO Tentative List of World Heritage Sites in Madagascar in 2008 as an extension to the Rainforests of the Atsinanana. This reserve exists sind 1958 and the park office is located in Andapa.


The reserve of Anjanahraibe-Sud is located in the Sava Region in the North-East of Madagascar, some 30 km South-West of the village of Andapa. It has a surface of 18.250 ha. The main part of this reserve is situated in altitudes between 500 and 1500 meters, with peaks up to 2064 meters.

Two rivers cross the Anjanaharibe-Sud Reserve: the Fotsialanana River and the Marolakana River that flow into the river of Ankaibe.

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Coordinates: 14°42′S 49°26′E / 14.700°S 49.433°E / -14.700; 49.433