Who is Rija tours? Rija is local tour guide operator in madagascar
I present myself... tour guide operator
Manao ahoana e ! I would like to welcome you to my site. You can simply call me Rija. One word about my 'route', question of learning more about each other. One says 'studying law leads to all...with the proviso of getting out of it!' One day, I made decision to leave it to launch out into the tourism matters that I have not left any more. In fact, as a native of Morondava in the south-west of Madagasikara that is always combined with Vezo, with the beam dugouts, the baobab trees... nothing is so surprising! Successively regional and then provincial guide, today I am national guide free lance authorized by the State. And I've got much experience of collaboration with several tour operators.
Madagasikara is a country where what you learn is as captivating as what you see. At the time of a bivouac in some scenery worthy of the first times of the Creation, I will have a pleasure of relating you our ancestral legends and our customs... without forgetting to concoct you a good Malagasy meal. For the life gave me this passion of cooking, as well as it also made me as a massage therapist who is rather good as regards digitopuncture, reflexology, and relaxation.
Nearly after 13 years of guidance, I continue to feel the appeal of the Genuine and to look at my country with the eyes filled with wonder since my beginnings. That is what I want to share with you, so that your discovery of Madagasikara will be something unforgettable. Because I must say, my only concern is the rigor with the well done work which I kept from my years of studying law ...
To know more about my services, I invite you to read the guest book.
Mandrapihaona, see you soon!
Tsingy of Bemaraha Park
- Morondava and its legendary baobab trees,
- Refuge of the giant jumping rat 'Vositse'
- The biggest carnivorous of Madagascar 'Fosa'
- A navigation of another age by dugout,
- Majesty of the Tsiribihina river...
- Morondava, and the baobab trees country.
Sainte-Marie, Andasibe park
- The slow metamorphosis of the landscape
- Andasibe, the most attended Protected Areas
- Sainte Marie, a Garden-Island