Madagascar, the fourth-largest island in the world, is known for its unique biodiversity and cultural heritage. While much of its heritage lies in its natural wonders, there are also cultural and historical sites worth exploring. Here are ten notable heritage places to visit in Madagascar:
- Avenue of the Baobabs (Morondava): This iconic alley of towering baobab trees is a symbol of Madagascar. The site is not only a natural wonder but also a cultural landmark with deep significance for the local population.
- Royal Hill of Ambohimanga (Antananarivo): A UNESCO World Heritage Site, Ambohimanga is a sacred hill and a former royal city. It served as the burial site for Madagascar’s monarchs and is an important spiritual and historical location.
- Tsingy de Bemaraha National Park: This UNESCO World Heritage Site is