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Madagascar Nov/Dec 2009

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Madagascar November/ December 2009 with Rijatours
If you are planning to travel trough Madagascar Rijatours is a perfect touroperator.
We traveled for four weeks in Madagascar and Rijatours organized everything for us
even the domestic flights. We made the rivertrip in the west with Rija himself ( he’s a great cook!)
and travelled from Toliary to Soanierana Ivongo with Mamy, one of the drivers/guides.
They try to do everything they can to make your trip unforgettable. They are very friendly and
helpful. Information Rijatours: www.rijatours.mg
And if you want information from us, our email: hamlafleur@home.nl
Madagascar is a beautiful country with a variety of landscapes , we have seen many different kinds
of lemurs with young ones in this time of the year, also a lot of chameleons. The Malagasy people are very friendly. We enjoyed our trip very much.

Henny & Mieke from Holland

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