Madagascar - Highlands 2010
Above : Antananarivo
Below : Between the capital and Antsirabe, the life on the Central Highlands
The city is known about two things : the coldest and having the greatest number of pousse-pousse (rickshaw) in Madagascar. There are warm springs and a thermal bath, which was especially famous in the 19th century.
Lake Tritriva & Andraikiba lakes
The Tritriva Lake is a volcanic lake, located near the village of Belazao. The lake fills an extinct crater in a region notable also for the presence of many hot springs. It sits in the vent of an oval volcanic cone enclosed in vertical gneiss cliffs. The lake's water level drops during the rainy season and rises when the monsoon rains have ceased, it is an average of 160 meters deep.
Read more about Tritriva Lake on Wikipedia
The Famadihana is a funerary tradition of the Malagasy people in Madagascar, known as the turning of the bones.
Read more about the Famadihana on Wikipedia
Betafo & the savannah at the East side of the Highlands
Betafo thermal bath station