“Again! Again! One more national park, please!” said Felix, trying to make the most of the green national parks of Madagascar.

“Okay, how about we go to the Masoala National Park today?” suggested Orak.

“Yes!” asked Felix. “It is the biggest protected region of the island. Here, you can find many unique animals such as the aye-aye, red-ruffed lemurs, and tomato frogs. I heard one of the tourists say that the park even has waterfalls and old railways.”

Verum added, “My crystal ball shows me that you can go hiking, diving, snorkelling, and kayaking there. It sounds super fun.”

“Let’s go then!” said Felix with joy, and the four landed at Masoala National Park and spent almost the entire day there.