We are Jacqueline and Paul from the Netherlands. We went to Madagascar on the 13th of november. We had a fantastic holiday with Ramartour for 26 days and are very satisfied. They arranged everything for us except our flight. Nice memories are left now, it was very special.
Jacqueline and Paul
We are Malgorzata, Dorota and Marta from Poland. We spent three unforgettable weeks in Madagascar in June/July 2013. Thanks to the Ramartour team that took up the challenge to realize our adventurous route including the most difficult stage: Tulear - Ifaty - Andavadoaka - Manja - Belo sur Mer - Morondava - Bekopaka. We thank the whole team for excellent sense of humor and friendly atmosphere!
Malgorzata, Dorota and Marta
The welcome in Tana was warmly. With our flexible and helpful driver Joel we had a very nice time. The other drivers and (local) guides that have guided us in several places, adapted themselves to our needs and were very helpful.
From the beginning till the end of the trip, everything was well organized. It was a great experience.
Regards Rob and Anita
Rob and Anita
Our experiences with Ramartour are very good. They have cared well our round trip of 3.5 week to our wishes and showed themselves flexibly at the times when it was necessary for us. Everything was well organized. We have made a custom-made trip with guide and driver.
Sandra and Bert
My visit to Madagascar, after my voluntary work for the Rotary Doctors in Kenia, was awesome. The guides in the national parks are very helpful and indeed very committed and with their help those visits are a true experience, by day and by night!
I travelled in February, the hurricane season, but no hurricanes at all and very quiet, so you get a lot of personal attention. I took the one and only train ride, what an experience. Do it yourself and you have a life time remembrance.
Pieter van Essen
Going to Madagascar wasn't something that I planned or even thought about before. As I had a month of I could go anywhere I wanted and for some reason I choose to go to Madagascar.
I only booked a flight and didn't do much research, so I guess you can say I'm not your average tourist. I haven't even been outside of Europe before, let alone traveling by myself. So it was quite the adventure.
Coming to Madagascar with no plan and no idea what to expect is honestly the best way to experience the country and its people. I was lucky enough to meet the Ramartour staff and even become friends with them. They not only made sure I saw some sights of this beautiful country, but I also experienced the local life. This is an experience which is very dear to me, as I never imagined to fall so in love with a country and I think it's due to the fact that I got so close to the locals.
Malagasy people are shy at first with the ''vazaha'', but very welcoming and I felt right at home!
I went on the South tour, ending in Infaty, for 9-days with a driver and I went to Sainte Marie for a couple of days. The capital was my base where I also spent some days during and at the end of my trip and I mostly spent them at the Ecole Lodge.
The Ramartour staff made sure that all of my needs and wishes were fulfilled and I could always contact them during my trip. They definitely made this the best experience possible!
And I'm already planning on going back! ;)
My experience in Madagascar