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Hotels & Airbnb Vacation Rentals Near Reserve Reniala, Madagascar From 16 USD

Hotels & Airbnb Vacation Rentals Near Reserve Reniala, Madagascar
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Have you considered visiting Madagascar? One of the interesting places to visit in this East African island nation is the Reserve Reniala, which was opened in 2001 as a botanical garden, ornithological park, and baobab forest. The word Reniala means “mother of the forest” in Madagascar. In the Reserve, you will be amazed at the rich flora and fauna all around. It also has several species of reptiles, radiated tortoise, and colorful chameleons. You will also be close to Mangily Scuba where you can take a dive into the waters, with an instructor, and discover the marine world of Madagascar. Once you are done, enjoy the pizza in the restaurant that is right next door. Read on to find some of the best hotels and Airbnb vacation rentals in Madagascar and plan your holiday today!

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