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    MADAGASCAR!!!- Super Unique Travel Destinations - Likes

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    Avenue of the Baobabs. Baobab Trees, Madagascar. Photograph by Pascal Maitre, National Geographic. Clothroads sources handwoven, natural dyed silk scarves from the Federation Sahalandy in Madagascar. | Clothroads

  • Vivian Davis

    Baobab Trees, Madagascar Photograph by Pascal Maitre, National Geographic. venue of the Baobabs, an area near Morondava protected since 2007, is all that remains of a once thick forest cleared for farmland. Growing 80 feet (24 meters) or more, baobabs are valued for fruit and bark

  • Hannah Durham

    madagascar! To see the beautiful baobab trees, among other things.

  • Kylie Van Zee

    Photo from National Geographic: Baobab Trees, Madagascar

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