Belo sur Tsiribihina
Located on the Tsiribihina Estuary on Madagascar’s West Coast, Belo Tsirihibina, also called Belo Sur Tsirihibina or Belon'i Tsiribihina is a town and commune in the Menabe region. The town is set just 100 kilometres north of the picturesque town of Morondava. It is a transport hub and serves as a convenient stopover for visitors travelling to the popular Tsingy de Bemaraha National Park. The town offers visitors a host of comfortable accommodation options including campsites along the scenic river, and an array of guesthouses and hotels. Visitors can look forward to boating down the network of waterways, exploring the surrounding areas and visiting the traditional mausoleum of the Sakalava Kings, also known as the Royal Tombs of Tsianitry.