- Outdoor Pool
- Credit Card Services
- Disabled Access
- Air Conditioning
- Children Welcomed from 1 year old
- Laundry Service
- Airport Transportation
- Lounge Area
Anjajavy Le Lodge – Anjajavy Madagascar
Anjajavy Hotel is a luxury retreat on a peninsula overlooking a wide bay and backed by a natural reserve. Its an oasis of tropical flora, wildlife, activities and beautiful views.
On the west coast of Madagascar, one hundred and fifty kilometres north of Majunga, lies the luxury retreat of Anjajavy Hotel. The hotel is situated on a peninsula overlooking a wide bay and is backed by a natural reserve.
There are twenty-five air-conditioned villas, each with a large living room, breakfast nook and a bedroom, which opens onto a large terrace that overlooks the sea. The ensuite bathroom has a bath, a shower and a separate toilet. A small stairway leads to a small sitting room with two sleeper-couches for children. The main complex comprises a bar/restaurant with an exterior and an interior dining room, a swimming pool, five kilometres of beach and a 450-hectare nature reserve.
Wildlife viewing here is effortless. Lemurs include the Coquerel’s Sifaka, common brown lemurs and mouse lemurs. There are wonderful birds – flocks of bright green grey-headed love-birds, sickle-billed vangas, crested couas and vasa parrots, to name just a few. Reptiles are common including ground boas and hog-nosed snakes and plenty of chameleons. There are extensive cave systems, tsingy-like limestone outcrops, extensive mangrove forests as well as beaches and coral reefs.
There is a marina for water sports, including water skiing, snorkelling, sailing on a catamaran, windsurfing and excellent fishing. There are also boat excursions to the surrounding grottoes, a trip up the estuary to see mangroves, a visit to the “tsingy”, guided excursions in four-wheel drive vehicles through the nature reserve, mountain bikes and the ability to explore the reserve on foot to discover the flora and fauna of the area.
- Sport fishing
- Beach volley
- Pool tables
- Visits of local villages
- Nocturnal walks
- Private boat trips
- Private picnics
- Kayak on the sea or the mangrove
- Catamaran cruises
- Bird watching