Mandrare River Camp comprises six fully equipped, bespoke safari style tents sprawled beneath untamed tamarind trees overlooking the Mandrare River and the sacred forests that lay beyond the glittering artery. Each tent is tastefully furnished with ornate, hand carved wooden furniture and depicts a different wildlife theme, such as Radiated Tortoise, Heron and Baobab.
While the setting for your dining experience will vary during your stay at Mandrare River Camp, the quality and standard of service will remain the same, exceptional. Only the freshest and finest Malagasy ingredients are blended with unique French techniques to create scintillating breakfasts, lunches and dinners. Guests can dine beneath a traditional thatched bungalow, listening to the carefree laughter of local children, indulge in succulent BBQs on the banks of the river or enjoy romantic dinners under the stars.
Mandrare River is a glittering artery that runs through the Anosy region in southern Madagascar and runs into the tropical waters of the Indian Ocean. Situated just over three hours from Fort Dauphin, the capital city, the area teems with strange and wonderful plant and animal species, of which many are not found anywhere else on earth, such as the 70+ lemur species. The area is also home to a number of Antandroy burial tombs.
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As the sun slowly rises over rugged mountains, casting a warm amber glow over the mystical landscape, the distant singing of the local tribe and morning calls of the Coucal and Crested Coua fill the air, welcoming you to enjoy another glorious day on the picturesque banks of the Mandrare River.