Tourism, Visa & Health

In 2006,  312,000 tourists visited Madagascar and since 1990 the numbers have been increasing  rapidly at about 11 percent each year, however tourism declined between 2008 – 2013 during a political crisis. Tourism has started to increase again since the election of the new president in 2014. A large part of Madagascar’s tourism is found in highly educated people who are interested in the vast wildlife and natural history. In 2007 tourism accounted for 6.3 percent of Madagascar’s GDP and created 206,000 jobs!Now Madagascar and tourism are going into the future with a good perspective.

FYI:

Health and Travel Insurance

As a professional tour operator and member of Madagascar Tourism Board, RAMARTOUR Madagascar is under the insurance of ARO (www.aro.mg). Thus, we strongly encourage and recommend all our customers to travel to Madagascar with a good health and travel insurance. We can promise you all the great surprises Madagascar will bring you, but we can never exclude the possibility of a negative one occurring unfortunately.

Arrival and Visa

Make sure you bring a pen in your handbag on the plane. Before you touch ground in Madagascar you need to fill in a small form. This form will grant you with a free VISA (if stay less than a month). In case you stay longer, a Visa fee can be paid on the spot, costs starting from 65 Euro.

for further details: http://www.ramartour.com/additional-contact-info/