Avenue of the Baobabs
The baobab tree has coexisted with people in Madagascar since ancient times. Their unique and large appearance is mysterious, and they have been treasured as sacred trees. On the Avenue of the Baobabs near Morondava, baobabs grow in clusters at intervals along an unpaved dirt path. The fantastic trees, tinted by the sunrise and sunset, are beautiful and a popular attraction for tourists from all over the world.
Morondava is a seaside city located in the western part of Madagascar, facing the Mozambique Channel. It is characterized by its rustic streets and cozy beaches with a local atmosphere. Along the beach, where children play energetically, there are resort hotels with an open atmosphere. The city is perfect for a relaxing stay while visiting the Avenue of the Baobabs, the highlight of Madagascar tourism, as well as the small fishing villages and nature reserves where you can see many animals.