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Macolline

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Lot 45K Rue Tananarive, Antalaha 206, Madagascar
+261 32 43 577 45
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Fantastic place

I have been several times in Macolline through the last ten years and the changes and improvements... read more

Reviewed 14 December 2014
Marojejy
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Antananarivo, Madagascar
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Macolline is a 25 acre native forest in a region of Northeastern Madagascar founded by Marie-Helene Kam Hyo. This area has experienced intensive degradation for over a century. Macolline has been committed to the protection and reforestation of native Malagasy species in accordance with UNESCO's conservation priorities. The maintenance of Macolline provides jobs for many villagers therefore any money raised for Macolline, helps to support C.A.L.A. ~Comite d'Aide aux Lepreux d'Antalaha (Leprosy Relief Committee of Antalaha) Macolline is a combination of nature classification, protection and enhancement of the Malagasy environment. The site includes a 10 hectare hill consisting of species of primary (original) forest, fruit trees and commercial species. Along a river and facing the Indian Ocean, 3 km from the town of Antalaha, Macolline is an exceptional site for nature lovers, as well as scientists and botanists.
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14 Dec 2014
“Fantastic place”
18 Nov 2016
“giornata esplorativa”
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Lot 45K Rue Tananarive, Antalaha 206, Madagascar
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+261 32 43 577 45
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Reviewed 14 December 2014

I have been several times in Macolline through the last ten years and the changes and improvements are impressive. And so many more trees. This place is a paradise for who loves Nature, allowing to anybody to spend a marvellous time in a rebuilt environnement,...More

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