Mandrare River Camp
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Mandrare River Camp

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Set on the banks of the Mandrare River, overlooking the sacred community forests of the Antandroy Tribe, the camp offers luxury tented accommodation in a stunning setting, great wildlife & culture, combined with excellent guiding, activities and food. Explore the otherworldly Spiny Forests, encounter countless endemic species including Ring Tailed lemurs and Verreaux's Sifakas and meet the fiercely independent Antandroy tribe.
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Prinny A wrote a review Nov 2023
5.0 of 5 bubbles
This camp is spread along the banks of the Mandrare River, with each "room" a separate two-part tent surrounded by its own veranda. There are a number of activities to look at plants and animals and to visit the nearby village and learn how the camp interacts with the community. ONe can just as easily lounge and watch the activities on the river bank. The staff are welcoming, friendly, and accommodate individual guest's requests. Guests may have their meals in their own groups or sit at open tables to meet one another. Staff join groups of guests at meals. The food is good, with nice options, generally reflecting Malagasy cooking. The tent cabins are clean, equipped to keep out mosquitoes, with electricity and access to oil lamps for outages. There is no guest wifi, as I remember, and the Camp is candid about such limitations and occasional issues that come up in such a rural setting.
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Date of stay: September 2023
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Trip type: Travelled solo
Room Tip: Travel to Mandrare by vehicle is a long, exhausting experience. If possible, travel by charter...
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Heather R wrote a review Nov 2022
5.0 of 5 bubbles
The whole team was amazing - from Riker with his easygoing charm and conservation interests managing the camp, Ernest, our guide, who had an encyclopaedic knowledge of fauna, flora and culture and the access to local guides with specialist insights, serving staff and everyone involved...

Food was very good, varied with a standard lunchtime barbecue and varied salads. As a party we aren't big dessert eaters but the puddings offered were so tempting we managed to make space. Vegan food was created and was super appetising

The journey there from Fort Dauphin is long and bumpy and seems somehow longer on the way back, but does give an overview of the scale of the sisal plantation and how much forest has been lost. The conservation and respect for what remains that the camp promotes is all the more important with this context.

The local people were extremely welcoming and their waves and smiles made us feel very welcome during our excursions. The local dancing was amazing out in the fields with the baobab tree and so memorable
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Date of stay: October 2022
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kathryn w wrote a review Oct 2022
5.0 of 5 bubbles
We loved Mandrare River Camp! It’s a great location because you can see lemurs and other wildlife as well as learn about the local culture. Our guide, Ernest, very knowledgeable and patient with our questions. The food was terrific. All of the staff worked very hard to make sure our stay was perfect. Two things to be aware of—of course the tents do not have AC so it can be quite hot in the middle of the day and there is no internet at the camp.
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Date of stay: October 2022
5.0 of 5 bubblesValue
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Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Alexis wrote a review Oct 2022
Austin, Texas
5.0 of 5 bubbles
My husband and I stayed at Mandrare River Camp for 4 days. We stayed close to a month in Madagascar and Mandrare River Camp was the highlight of our trip! The team is exceptional! Manager Riker was so helpful and welcoming. We were able to visit the Shaman across the river which was an incredible experience. Learning about the Antandroy people and being able to visit their village was… well there are no words to describe these people. They touched our heart and I will never forget them or our time in this part of Madagascar. It was the most extreme in terms of climate, but at the camp there is a pool which was always very clean and provided the perfect cool down when needed. The food is outstanding!!! The best we had during our whole trip in Madagascar🌟 I can’t say enough great things about this camp.
Thank you Mandrare River Camp for hosting us! Y’all are rockstars!
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Date of stay: October 2022Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Michele T wrote a review Mar 2016
Gainesville, FL
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My husband and I spent 6 nights at the Mandrare River Camp in December of 2015. This was our first trip to Madagascar, and we had planned our trip so we could see four distinct regions of the country, which would facilitate our wildlife viewing. Over 80% of the wildlife in Madagascar is endemic, found nowhere else in the world. And much of that is endemic to specific localities and habitat types within the island nation. Mandrare River Camp was our third stop – spiny and gallery forests– and it did not disappoint.

We were met at the airport in Taolagnaro (Ft. Dauphin) by our excellent guide Andreas and driver extraordinaire Gilles. The ride to the camp took about four hours, with a quick stop at a roadside market to pick up some fruit. The ride was fascinating – through lowland forest and then a transitional zone from the rainy side of the mountains to the dry in the west. Finally you reach the spiny forest – an amazing assemblage of octopus trees and euphorbs and a whole different fauna. The final part of the journey is through hectares and hectares of sisal plantation. We were starting to get a little worried about where the camp was located, as it was sisal as far as the eye could see, and unlikely to harbor much biological diversity.

But then finally we arrived at the camp, located on the banks of the Mandrare River in a little oasis of tamarind forest. We were greeted by manager Jacques, and taken to our amazing tent #7. Because Air Madagascar had moved our flight UP 5 hours (good morning 3:05 am), we arrived much earlier than we had expected and were able to take advantage of lunch at the camp, and then a twilight walk in the spiny forest with Andreas.

Wildlife was our primary reason for going to Madagascar, and the Mandrare River Camp did not disappoint. We explored three separate areas of forest – community spiny forest, sacred gallery forest, and sacred spiny forest. The spiny forest is so different than any place we have ever been – in some ways similar to the landscapes near Tucson, but with octopus trees rather than saguaro and mesquite (although there is prickly pear everywhere, planted by early French colonists). The spiny forest is full of lemurs – Verreaux’s Sifakas, Mouse Lemurs, White-footed Sportive Lemurs. Warty Chameleons abound, and we saw three huge Boas there. Probably our greatest reptile find in the south was one critically endangered Radiated Tortoise in the spiny forest one morning – absolutely incredible! The sacred gallery forest was home to troops of Ringtail Lemurs who meow like cats (hence their scientific name Lemur catta) and cavort, as well as owls and other birdlife. The grounds of the camp itself are filled with wildlife. Jeweled and Warty Chameleons, two species of Big-head Geckos, Fish-scaled Geckos, Blonde Hognose Snakes, Madagascar Iguanas, and other reptiles, as well as a few species of frogs after a good afternoon rain. Just walking from the dining area to our tent was an adventure.

Wildlife viewing was facilitated by Andreas, who is a very experienced guide, and knows so much about the fauna, flora, culture and history of the southern region. We learned so much from him and hope we are lucky enough to have him as a guide in the future. We also benefitted from the amazing spotting abilities of the local guides, who joined us for all of our forest hikes. Particularly Sholo (I hope I spelled that right) who took us through the community spiny forest three times – he could find anything that was there. And our driver Gilles was a very important member of our team. The road to the camp is pretty bad (makes the road to Monteverde in Costa Rica look like a turnpike), and even when finally at the camp, all of the excursions are about a half hour drive away on equally bad and unmarked roads. Super slow going – Gilles was an expert.

In addition to our wildlife treks, Andreas and Gilles took us on a number of other adventures. After each visit to the sacred forest, we were treated to views of the sunset over the river, while sipping on Amarula – perfection. We had a great visit to a market – it was huge and sold just about everything you could ask for. Since we were there for Christmas, we also visited a village to help disperse toys to the children – this led to a brief miscommunication where our group ended up in the wrong village but ended up as one of the best interactions of our entire month in Madagascar: we met some village children while stalking an unexpected species of Iguana. The kids probably thought we were nuts taking pictures of the lizards (and being so thrilled about it). They helped us find more, and that evolved into conversation and taking pictures of them – they were delighted with the results and we had a blast. Super fortuitous!

Our tent was amazing! Spacious with an incredibly large bathroom, and a huge deck looking out over the river. Although the river can completely dry up in the dry season (so much so that the locals can plant crops in the river bed), after just a few days of rain the river can fill, and this was the state in which we found it. At night we fell asleep to the sound of the river flowing. We were there at the end of December and it was HOT! We didn’t use the fan in the tent, instead we spent most of daylight hours on the deck (when not on an excursion) and we managed fine (but then, we are from Florida). Our deck was huge – big enough for two chaise lounges, and a dining table and chairs (which were brought to the tent a couple of times so we could have a romantic lunch or dinner alone).

The camp is an amazing vacation experience for a number of reasons, and service is right there at the top of the list. I don’t think we ever heard the word “no”. While at the market we wanted to buy a watermelon and Gilles helped us get a couple of good ones that we were able to enjoy at lunch and dinner. Denis and Faly were wonderful servers at our meals, as was a third staff member whose name I am embarrassed to have forgotten. We kept Andreas super busy with night hikes on and off property, and he was patient with us even though we are mostly interested in the small animals and spend so much time taking pictures. I think for the first four nights we were the only guests at the camp and they definitely worked to keep it interesting for us – one night they set up dinner in a clearing in the forest – it was so fun to eat surrounded by lanterns and the stars in the sky. Our schedule was really masterful – I think 6 days is longer than people typically spend there and we were never bored. Our last night was capped with drinks among the baobabs, an incredible sunset, and a local dance troupe performing as the sky darkened and there was lightning in the background. Incredible.

We really enjoyed the food at the camp. Breakfast was typically cereals, eggs, fruit, crepes, and croissants, with fresh juice and homemade jams. Lunch was our favorite meal of the day – grilled meats (chicken or zebu) and sausages, with fresh rolls and delicious sides (rice and beans, or noodles, or other starch) and vegetables; all served family style. Dinners were quite good, but plated and probably a bit fancier than we prefer. Christmas day provided two special meals – goat for lunch served at our tent, and goose for dinner.

We loved all four places that we stayed in Madagascar, although each was so different than the others. Mandrare River Camp was the one place on our trip where we most felt that we were really in Africa. Although we’ve never been on a safari, this place made us feel the way we always imagined we would in a safari camp. The trip to the market, our interactions with village children, and hearing the local women singing in the morning all made us feel like we were very far from home and the familiar (in a really good way). There is such a commitment to customer service and everyone works so hard to ensure a very special vacation. Thanks so much to Jacques and his team. We loved everything about Mandrare River Camp, and our great time there makes us excited at the prospect of a return, and also a trip to the sister property at Manafiafy. We highly recommend Mandrare River Camp for an amazing wildlife and cultural experience.
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Date of stay: December 2015
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Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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TomandKent wrote a review Nov 2008
Minneapolis, Minnesota
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At the urging of our travel agent's contact in Madagascar, we booked Madagascar Classic Camping with little knowledge of what was in store. Our experience began with being met at the airport by the charming director/owner of the camp, Edward Tucker-Brown, who was a delightful host and companion during our stay. The visit starts with the somewhat harrowing 3.5 hour drive to the camp over some of the worst roads I have experienced. Upon arrival, you quickly realize that every effort will be made to ensure that you have the best possible stay. The camp is beautiful, set in a galley forest of Tamarinds on the bank of the Mandrare River, which at this time of the year was reduced to a trickle. The staff of the camp were uniformly superb, from our guide, Simon, to the amazing camp Chef, Patrick. The camp is remarkably eco-friendly and seems to have an excellent relationship with the local community of Antandroy people. The tents and facilities are very comfortable. Each day's activities are carefully planned around your desires, with consideration to local events, weather, and knowledge of the whereabouts of the local fauna. We did day hikes in the spiny forest along with night walks, visited local wetlands for birding, and had a wonderful outing to a salt lake with a large sand dune and great birding. I celebrated my birthday while at the camp with singing and dancing by local villagers and a birthday cake prepared by the Chef. The staff sang "Happy Birthday" in English and Malagasy! The food was consistently outstanding, ranging from perfect breakfast omelettes to chocolate souffles for dinner. Sundowners in a large stand of boabab trees was a highlight. The birding was excellent, the lemurs adorable, and the local culture fascinating. Edward, our Welsh rugby, surfing, and musical theater aficianado host, accompanied us back to Fort Dauphin for our departing flight, and when it was delayed, took us to a beautiful beach to wile away the time. This was a final example of the fantastic hospitality of Madagascar Classic Camping. We would very highly recommend this to any travelers seeking the best of Madagascar!
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Date of stay: October 2008
5.0 of 5 bubblesValue
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5.0 of 5 bubblesCleanliness
5.0 of 5 bubblesService
Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Mrs ExMarks wrote a review Nov 2016
Cardiff, United Kingdom
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The first time I saw the Mandrare River Camp was from the air - and that was just surreal . The flyover signalled the staff on the ground that we were arriving and a fleet of Landrovers sped out to meet and greet us from the airstrip five mins from the Camp. The Camp is in on the edge of the River bank and just so full of character combined with comfort it would take an age to adequately describe and do it justice. With seven tents spread across the bank but in complete privacy and wonderful bathrooms, soooo comfortable four poster beds and verandas with stunning jungle river views - at times it was hard to leave the accommodation. All meals were in an open aired ( but roofed) area and were taken around one table , together with Jacques the Camp Manager. The dining table in the evening changed location in the three out of the five nights I was there - and just stunning locations too. The food was a delight and exceptional- three courses and whatever you wanted to drink. People of all backgrounds and countries were around the table discussing their days' adventures which were so many and varied. Photos were looked at, taken, laughed at and there were never more that 14 persons so it was like a big family around the table and though the staff were serving they were such a great part of the success of the Camp headed so ably by their South African Manager Jacques and later joined by Courtney. I was so sad to leave them I felt I was leaving great friends.
The trips were just phenomenal .I was allocated a vehicle,guide and driver and we went twice daily to the most wondrous of locations - the four of us. WIth their professionalism fun and genuine joy and pride in their surroundings I saw so many sights, heard sounds, and met people that will always stay with me . It was such a privilege to experience the Camp, its people's, its surroundings not to mention the many animals seen in the day, the night in the many types of forrests and environments. Jacques and Courtney pleasure to meet you and your staff - sincerely hope I can return sometime soon.Hope "Clive" is OK !
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Date of stay: October 2016
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Trip type: Travelled solo
Room Tip: All the tents are phenomenal - this is glamping at its most relaxed and best
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RobertTheNetherlands wrote a review Nov 2008
The Netherlands
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As a hotel director I know how hospitality should be. Arriving in Fort Dauphin we were actually to late for the transfer to the MCC. No problem. Director Edward T. Brown picked us up and (because our suitcases were lost somewhere between Paris and Tana) even supplied us with stuff like toothbrushes, clothes and Deet. We had a wunderful time in the Classic Camp. Perfect location, accommodation, food and activities. Very dedicated and friendly staff. And as for Edward: I must say that I have never met a colleague that was so concerned, not only in his guests but also in the social life of the villagers. That quality makes him a perfect host. The Classic Camp is an absolute must if you visit Madagascar !!

Robert Plijnaar, The Netherlands
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Date of stay: November 2008
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Trip type: Travelled with family
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Kurt G wrote a review Sept 2017
Ocala, Florida
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This is one of this "exceeded all expectations" kind of places. We were in tent 3, our friends in tent 2. First, let me state that tent 2 was plenty large enough with a beautiful view of the river right off our front porch. Our friend's tent was one of the two "family size" tents where they can add a second bed for children. Both tents had large bathrooms with solar heated hot water. The shower pressure is more on the gentle rain side than the invigorating side but I stood under it for 20 minutes the first morning and the hot water never ran out.
The service in this camp is on par with some of the luxury safari camps in Africa. The facilities are not quite there but the staff more than makes up for that. Coffee delivered to your front porch every morning. You are always (and I really mean always) greeted by Theo, the camp manager, everytime you depart or return to the camp.
You will have a guide assigned to you for the duration of your stay. One guide per tent. It appears that the guides have some level of specialty. I mention this because our guide was specialized in Malagasy culture. Other guides specialized in animal life. Somewhat, I assume, because of our guides specialty, we made several trips to sacred forests to view burial sites and such. The first time was interesting. The second not so much. The third time, not all interesting. When we went to the spiny forest, our guide followed another guide who was much more skilled at finding animal life. The spiny forest deserves a mention for certain. Certainly one of the stranger places on earth. It is described as a desert forest. It is like no desert I have ever experienced.
The food was good. The breakfast included made to order omelets, fresh pastries, and some of the best homemade granola I have had. The lunches were well prepared as were the dinners. Most of the dinners were served someplace other than the dining area which was pleasant. There were sunset parties at a variety of locations several times. All in all an excellent experience, unrushed and varied.
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Date of stay: September 2017
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Trip type: Travelled with friends
Room Tip: Tents 2 and 7 are 50% larger than the other tents.
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Caroline S wrote a review Aug 2017
Richmond-upon-Thames, United Kingdom
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Outstanding experience all round
- private air charter from Tano worked well : 2.5 hour flight on teeny plane (use wc first) and 2 min transfer to lodge
- welcome drinks and cool towels at the ready
- tents really fun and lovely. Big enough to take two double beds at a pinch : we split the family and had a girls tent (mum and 14yr) and boys tent (dad and 18yr). Nice beds, mozzie nets in place, though not many bugs in August, separate stone bathrooms that were more than adequate. Lots of hot water by solar, clean towels, laundry every day. Excellent service in room. Charging points.
- tents all pretty much the same. Tent 5 has a particularly spectacular view of the river. Each tent has a nice deck that your early morning tea, coffee or hot choco is left on!
- note it gets COLD at night in winter (July / August). Very cold sometimes - take warm nightwear, bed socks, slippers etc. Days start cold, warm up and then cool as soon as the sun sets. 8 degrees one night .....
- hosts Theo and Zizzi were excellent : nothing too much trouble (we wanted to be a private group vs hosted en famille - no problem)
- dinners were unique every night, a different private location with a camp fire for us etc. Common areas in the main lodge were very cosy and hospitable and the pool deck was lovely with spectacular views of the river
- activities very well planned and organised
- food and drink plentiful and of good quality, absolutely everything included
- guiding excellent, really knowledgeable and worked to our pace - we like to watch and observe and not be rushed. Nothing was terribly physically difficult either.
- spectacular ecosystem of the spiny forest. Unique - a must see. It is nowhere else on earth
- we saw lots of wildlife, dancing sifaka, ring tailed, mouse, sportive, chameleons, owls .... lots
- the relations with the local people are clearly excellent. The local tribe are happy to see you and kids and adults alike wave and smile all the time. We had a fun village visit including a trip to the local shaman (have your questions ready for him) and then a trip to the huge, teeming market on pay day, which was just amazing. Enormous fun
- baobab trees, sundowners and local dancing by firelight : those who know what the South African camps do to make "special experiences" - this is what Mandrare does too, but right in the heart of, and together with, its local community. Very special.

Outstanding experience - thoroughly recommend especially for families with kids 10+ or thereabouts, who will really enjoy it. Or couples, or especially honeymooners too. Lovely.
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Date of stay: August 2017Trip type: Travelled with family
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Prinny A wrote a tip Nov 2023
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"Travel to Mandrare by vehicle is a long, exhausting experience. If possible, travel by charter air or bush plane. Book several days stay"
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111Andrew111 wrote a tip Sept 2019
Vienna, Austria60 contributions71 helpful votes
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"A tent with a river view"
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Lisa R wrote a tip Aug 2019
9 contributions1 helpful vote
5.0 of 5 bubbles
"All fixed tents were good, with views of the river"
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Gillian H wrote a tip Nov 2018
Leominster, United Kingdom327 contributions141 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
"All tents face the river and are private from each other."
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Calmary wrote a tip Sept 2018
Melbourne, Australia13 contributions5 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
"It is a river camp with separate bungalows for guests. All are private and seem to have river views."
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Guests can enjoy free breakfast, an on-site restaurant, and a lounge during their stay.
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