The Kirindy private reserve is not the Kirindy National park. This private reserve is often called “forêt Suisse” (Switzerland forest) as it was managed by a Swiss cooperation. It is located around 50 km northeast of the town of Morondava. It comprises one of the most outstanding and threatened wildlife habitats in Madagascar. It is famous for the giant jumping rat and Fossa, but is also home to other species of lemur and a number of endemic reptiles. The flora is equally unusual. It is far of few kilometers from the alley of Baobab and you may be told the first experience of the God i.e. the creator.