Real emblem of Malagasy flora, the baobab is a majestic and sacred tree that constitute eight species, with six of the species are endemic to Madagascar. The baobab alley contains the most specimens in the world, so you will realize their impressive size and admire some trunks naturally intertwined (baobab in love). The baobab is also called “reniala” (mother of the forest). The baobab constitutes an important reserve of water which allows it to tolerate extreme climatic conditions due to its trunk which serves as a reservoir of water. Hence, it is also called “bottle tree.” The ideal place to admire the baobab trees is in Morondava (the alley of baobab). But it can also be seen in Majunga and Tulear, as well as in the parks of Anakarafantsika, Vohibisa, et Kirindy Mitea.