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Very close to the town of Morondava stands a surprising and unique site in the world answering the name of the Alley of Baobabs or Avenue of Baobabs. This name indicates a large plantation of these mythical trees, become endemic and patrimonial symbols of the big island. The site in question forms a national heritage in its own right, which has become a nature reserve and a protected area since 2007.
The main attraction is certainly the Baobabs, giant trees of more than 30m which are distinguished by their atypical appearance in the shape of an inverted bottle. At first sight, one can imagine that their roots were planted in the air and not buried under the ground. A legend testifies that the gods were angry at these trees that they decided to cultivate them upside down.
What's fascinating about these trees is their ability to go back in time. Indeed, more than a thousand centuries old, these baobabs remain intact whatever the circumstances in which they live. Weather or climate change, their age increases but their splendor and originality remain timeless.
At the heart of the site, visitors can see the Sacred Baobab lining the driveway. This is a rare specimen that the locals devote immeasurable respect to him. Many people come regularly near this tree to offer offerings or to ask for the blessing of the ancestors.
Adansonia grandidieri, a species endemic to the Big Island, also forms one of the most prominent Baobabs of the site by its age and size.
Baobab lovers are also in the place. They are distinguished by their original entanglement, similar to two people in love hugging each other. This name is atypical because of the appearance of trees. But on the other hand, they endorse a sacred label that, according to local beliefs, can bring luck to couples.
Due to its geographical location between Belo sur Tsiribihina and Morondava, the Alley of the Baobabs is a popular tourist site offering unparalleled beauty. The best time of the day to contemplate the site is around 15h in the afternoon. Visitors can observe the different plantations and their particularities while waiting for the sunset, which is also an unforgettable moment not to be missed in the heart of this place.
To arrive at the destination "Tsingy of Bemaraha", it takes 2 days of car in the car of Antananarivo - Morondava - Bekopaka. The section of Antananarivo - Morondava, about 650kms, the road is tarred while that of Morondava - Belo/Tsirihibina- Bekopaka, 200 kms, with 5:00 of time road in track and 02 crossing of river out of Vat. You can imagine the intensity of the adventure and tiredness throughout road...
Single in the world, the site "Tsingy of Bemaraha" is a world heritage, declared by UNESCO in 1991. Who would not dream to walk on the sharp-edged peaks of Tsingy, or to enter the various caves of this great site or to discover the various species like the baobab trees, lemurs SIFAKA,...
After long roads or a day of discovery to cut the breath, the Grand Hotel of Tsingy de Bemaraha and all its team is ready to be useful to you and satisfy through its services. Constituted by 16 Bungalows comfort, 07 Rooms and 03 continuations, each one will have the choice to choose its accommodation. In order to satisfy our customers, the whole of the hotel is enlightened 24:00/24 by solar panels...
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