Baobab café HOTEL
The Baobab Hotel Café is located in Morondava, the capital of Menabe. 3 star hotel in Morondava, our friendly hospitality invite you to spend your vacation or your mission in our hotel of 28 rooms.

Baobab café TOURS
Visit the fauna and flora of the region with Menabe guides Baobab Café. We offert six best local tours: Baobab Alley, Tsingy of Bemaraha, the reserve of Kirindy, Belo Sur Mer, Kirindy Mitea and big game fishing. Free Reservation.
<i>Baobab Café Hôtel à Morondava - Madagascar</i> At the hotel's indoor <i>pool is a large</i> Visit the <i><a href='/en/circuit-Madagascar/kirindy-mitea-Morondava_5.html'>Tsingy of Bemaraha</a></i> with Baobab Café travel Morondava Baobab Café Hotel in aerial <a href='/en/Groupe-pecher/gros-poisson-morondava_0.html'>Join the big fish group</a> <a href='/en/Circuit-Madagascar/alley-of-baobabs-Morondava_1.html'>Visit the Alley of Baobab
The Baobab Café located in the capital Morondava Menabe offers peace, comfort and relaxation. Near the Mangrove, and beachfront, the hotel has 28 air conditioned rooms of which 8 are equipped with a double and 20 twin (a double and a single), wireless internet connection. They are quiet and spacious and equipped with satellite TV, minibar, safe and sanitary individual.
Fix: (+261) 20 95 520 12
Mobile : (+261) 32 66 892 00
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Visit the Tsingy of Bemaraha with Baobab Café travel Morondava

Tsingy de BemarahaThis site is classified as a UNESCO World Heritage in 1990., The Tsingy of Bemaraha are part of the national park in Madagascar operated by MNP

The Tsingy, are as true cathedrals of limestone, composed of a dense network of faults, cracks, surfaces of limestone blocks carved blades or sharp needles.

Limestone rocks formed by deposition of fossil shells and dead under the sea 200 million years ago, and subsequently shaped by the water of rains there are 5 million years, provide the Tsingy of a landscape The most spectacular of the Big Island.

300 years ago, the Tsingy have provided shelter for "vazimba", the first inhabitants of Madagascar. And, now they become a place of worship and ceremony -  tromba and tomb - for the people.
The vegetation is characteristic of limestone karst areas of Madagascar western, with dense dry deciduous, and vast anthropogenic savannas.

The fauna of the region has not been studied in detail. The Tsingy is the only place known for chameleon, and the site of the only western dry forest known for Madagascar gray-groove track (previously known only from northwestern and eastern Madagascar). The reserve is also the only protected area where the rodent endemic nesomyine is known to occur. Other notable species include northern goshawk, which may be threatened, and the lemur, which are all (or maybe) threatened.

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