A mystical and sacred place, a small forest formed by the aerial roots of a gigantic Ficus Bengalensis


Over two centuries old, imported from India as a gift to Queen Tsiomeko around 1800.

Venerated as a place of worship by the Sakalava tribe , where animists go to pray, bring gifts or make vows.
This hallowed tree covers an area of ​​2000 m2 and is located in Mahatsinjo, reachable by car. On site there is also a socio-cultural museum of Nosy Be which will reveal to you the identity and source of the city and the population.