There are no words to describe the feeling you get when seeing Madagascar's famous Avenue of Baobabs. The family cluster of Grand Didier's Baobabs is one of Madagascar's most famous and visited landscape. Since 2008, the Avenue has now become a protected natural monument. The presence of an NGO called Fomba, Friends of Madagascar's Baobabs is currently in the process of developing a small souvenir shop, a tree nursery, and camping facilities to accommodate tourists. Reachable by rental car or driver- whom you can pick up in Morondava. The baobabs are about 13 km from Morondava on a stretch of red bumpy dirt road. Best lighting for photography is sunset, although if you can make it early enough for sunrise, I have heard that it is equivalently gorgeous.
Tip: When walking down take a minute to admire the beauty of the tree. Then cross over and sit on the other side of the small lake and wait till the sunsets, here you will get beautiful images with the reflection of the baobabs in the lake.