Welcome to Morondava District
Out here it's all about what lies beyond the end of the sealed road, and the area that surrounds the remote western town of Morondava is at once worth visiting in its own right and the starting point for so many adventures into the wild. Close to town, the Allée des Baobabs is the sunset or sunset photo that defines a nation. Away to the south is the wonderfully sleepy Belo-sur-Mer and the rarely visited Parc National de Kirindy-Mitea – this combination of wild isolation and somnambulant seaside living is a beguiling mix. It's from the Morondava region, too, that the gruelling three-day, off-road 4WD adventure that connects western Madagascar to Tuléar in the country's south begins and ends.