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Tsiafajavona, also known as Tsiafajevona, literaly means “where there are always clouds”. At 2,642 metres, Tsiafajavona is the third highest summit of Madagascar and the highest part of Ankaratra - a solid mass spread over approximately 100 kilometers. Various treks lead from Ambatolampy and a walk to the peak can take between half a day to a full day. The area is used as a place of religious worship and is subject to various local fadys.

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