Avenue of the Baobabs
Meander along Madagascar's Avenue of the Baobabs, a lonely stretch of dirt road lined with dozens of 30 meter (~100 ft) high baobab trees. These massive trees - which can live up to 800 years - are the sole remaining remnants of the once mighty forest that spread across most of Madagascar. Although, locally they are known as "mother of the forest", the trees a threatened by further deforestation. Unfortunately, the area is not currently classed as a protected area and the future of these giant sentinels remains somewhat clouded, so make your plans to visit sooner rather than later.
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- Location: Menabe, Madagascar