● Crowned lemurs ● Fabulous views ● Rare plants ● Historical artefacts ● Help out with conservation work

The Oronjia Forest is located on a rugged peninsula that guards the entrance of Diego’s celebrated harbour and provides spectacular seas views.

The Forest has been recently designated as a new protected area on account of its highly diverse and rare fauna and flora.
The site also contains relicts from a long and rich military history.

The protected area is being managed by a partnership including the Malagasy government, Missouri Botanical Garden and the local community. We welcome researchers, volunteers and visitors.

Location and access

The Oronjia Forest is a new 1648 hectare protected area located a mere 40-minute drive from Diego. Take the road from Diego to Ramena,...

The conservation project

The Oronjia Forest is one of 74 new protected areas that were designated by the Malagasy government in May 2015. This site is being managed by...

The Mamelon Vert trail

The Oronjia Forest contains a number of threatened plant and animal species - some of which are known from nowhere else. If you would like to see some...

Participative tourism

If you would like to lend a hand in conserving this forest while at the same time learning more about conservation in Madagascar, then come and work in our nursery....

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Contact

BP 268 Antsiranana 201, Madagascar
Tel. : (261)320532485
Fb : Oronjia NAP
Twitter : @oronjia_park
E-mail: oronjia.park@mobot-mg.org
http://mobot.mg.org/oronjia