An entrance fee is mandatory for all visitors entering the reserve. This fee is spent on the day-to-day maintenance of running the park and long-term projects the park has in the community. Anja Reserve does not receive substantial funding from any organizations, though the association receives technical support on a successful fish-farming project with a Malagasy non-governmental organization. By visiting Anja Reserve, you are helping to ensure sustainability of community development and the endemic beauty of Madagascar.
(As of 01/04/08)
|Entrance Fees||Prices in Ariary|
|Students and Resident Foreigner with card||5,000 Ariary|
A guide fee is also mandatory for all visitors entering the reserve. This fee is split between the primary guide and the guide-in-training. Tips are welcomed.
|Visitors||Small Circuit (Less than 2 hours)||Large Circuit (Half-Day)|
|1 to 2 people||10,000 Ariary||20,000 Ariary|
|3 to 4 persons||15,000 Ariary||25,000 Ariary|
|More than 4 persons||4,000 Ar/person||6,000 Ar/person|
Camping sites are available for 5,000 Ariary per night for a space for two people.
Throughout the year all vehicles can reach Anja Reserve. The road (Route National 7) connects Antananarivo (capital) to the reserve and is one of the best in the country, accessible year-round.