L’ALLEE DES BAOBABS, MADAGASCAR
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L’ALLEE DES BAOBABS, MADAGASCAR

A highlight of my time in Madagascar was Baobab Alley / Avenue of the Baobabs or ‘L’Allee des Baobabs / L’Avenue des Baobabs.’ The site fills postcards and brochure covers of Madagascar, often used as a symbol of the country. The baobab trees are 800+ years old. Many Malagasy worship them as connections to their ancestors. … Continue reading

Madagascar’s Lemurs – Looking for Lemurs!
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Madagascar’s Lemurs – Looking for Lemurs!

Madagascar is a Garden of Eden on the road less travelled. One of the largest islands in the world, certainly the largest in Africa, Madagascar is one gigantic crucible of wildlife, flora and fauna. Breaking off from mainland Africa more than 150 million years ago, it lolls in the Indian Ocean, 250 miles off the … Continue reading

Madagascar Travel – Need to Know
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Madagascar Travel – Need to Know

Madagascar Travel – Need-to-know: Madagascar is unique. There is no place on earth quite like it. The wildlife alone is incredible, unique and much of it endemic and endangered. Add to that curious cultural customs, friendly and unassuming people, diverse landscapes and everything from a private island to the most humble villages I’ve seen in … Continue reading