Antagnianaomby, the top of Nosy Komba’s island rises to 622 meters, it’s a Fady place. It’s a fady place.
It is possible to get there only on Mondays and Saturdays wearing a traditional dress lambaoany because that’s the place where you can find the tomb of Ampanjaka.
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It is difficult to stick to one version of the story, but some say that the queen who lies in the tomb arrived on the island with a couple of macaco lemurs. Queen noticed that the lemurs enjoyed the place, finally she tought that the island is the right place to live.
This story would be the explanation of the sacred origin of the macaco lemurs… Legend or truth?