Centrest Sejour Hotel
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Centrest Sejour Hotel

Ranomafana National Park, Madagascar

This is the closest hotel to the village. It is conveniently located for those who wish to wander around and explore, as it is situated on the edge of Ranomafana National Park. There are panoramic views over the village and to the other side, the rainforest-clad mountains. The small garden is lush and verdant.

The main hotel building has the standard rooms with tiled floors and en-suite bathrooms, fans and mosquito nets. The more recently built, 9 bungalows are on a hillside slightly above the hotel and also have en-suite facilities.

All rooms are clean, have twin or double beds with mosquito nets, but as is the case with all hotels in Ranomafana, this establishment is fairly simple and very definitely 'no frills'.

The restaurant has a small bar and offers a reasonable choice of menu including fish, pasta and traditional Malagasy dishes.

Accommodation Reviews

Our trip to Madagascar quickly evolved from a birding/wildlife trip to so much more, thanks to Rija. I couldn't ask for a better guide. His knowledge of  and, more important, love of Madagascar culture and wildlife enriched our trip so much. He is just an excellent ambassador for his country. He was also extremely sensitive and responsive to our needs and occasional changes in itinerary and schedules. Andy, our driver, was also extremely competent and continually cheerful. All other connections and arrangements through Za tours went perfectly without any hitches. It was a very moving journey,  which I am still processing. I have just finished editing our 2600 photos (after a major mishap with the first 40 hours of editing) and will post them soon through my facebook page. We learned so much, and I've been inspired to read and learn even more since coming home. I have also been considering opportunities here for supporting conservation efforts in Madagascar. One possibility might be working with NGOs or California government to promote carbon projects for Madagascar, an area I was doing a little work on before I retired. Thanks to you, Rija and the ground operators for a very special trip.

Cathy Bleier
December 15, 2013

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