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Avenue of the Baobabs

754 Reviews

Avenue of the Baobabs

754 Reviews
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A trip to Madagascar aims to be familiar and soft. It gives you a chance to have your time to do things and interact with people learning their lives. Meeting with Indri Indri, the largest lemurs in the reserve Perinet is always an exciting time
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Alex Murphy wrote a review Nov 2020
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Beautiful landscape for the photos, it looks like a postcard. the baobab trees are magical, all along the road.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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Madagascar J wrote a review Feb 2020
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The Avenue of the Baobabs is a stretch of road located between Morondava and the Kirindy Reserve surrounded by huge Baobabs. We were there at dawn and it was magnificent. It was October and we left Morondava at 4:45 to watch the sunrise there, definetely worth it. We had the place for ourselves. We wrote a blog about this amazing trip madagascarjourney.com.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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Hrvoje N wrote a review Feb 2020
Makarska, Croatia131 contributions31 helpful votes
We have visited Avenue of the Baobabs with rented taxi. That’s good way to do that. When you make deal taxi is waiting on you for hour, two... as long time you need. The feeling while walking among the giants is indescribable, especially since we were there during the off-season, so we were alone there.
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Date of experience: January 2020
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Gloria S wrote a review Feb 2020
Taipei, Taiwan88 contributions28 helpful votes
The road condition is worse than I have heard or imagined. You have to be physically fit to sustain the bumpiness. However, if you are strong or courageous enough, I urge you to see it. If possible, you really should do it at sunset. It does add extra beauty to the Baobab trees. They stand there over hundreds of years and gave you an awe to them. While you are there, don't forget to go a little farther to see the Baobab-in-Love.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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David Fleming wrote a review Jan 2020
Darwin, Australia431 contributions125 helpful votes
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Yes, I went to snap my own social media photos (see me on insta @borderlessplayground) and pleased with my results from my crappy old iPhone6. I actually visited on sunset the evening I arrived - this seems to be the most popular time to visit. After everyone has walked up & down the 'street' taking their photos, they then group together (see photo to see average tourist numbers) to take the sunset photos. The following day, I happened to be 'passing through' at sunrise, and got my best shots. I was the only one there! I got my best shots at this time. On my return trip back to Morondava around lunchtime, there was some tourists there that had been there the night before - but only about 8.
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Date of experience: January 2020
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