After taking a flight offering magnificent low altitude vistas of the magical scenery beneath you, you will land on a private runway and be met
and escorted to your villas. Anjajavy is located on the western coast, 120 km north of Majunga. Situated at the end of a peninsula opening onto the “Mozambique Canal”, your view is of white, sandy beaches and a never-ending emerald ocean. This is the first “Relais & Chateau” property in Madagascar and is ranked by European standards as a 4-star plus establishment, ideal for the demanding ecotourist.
The hotel architecture is designed to offer maximum comfort for guests whilst offering a traditional Malagasy touch. Each bungalow is made from, and decorated with rose wood, the roof being thatched with Satrana. Both Santrana and Rosewood
are indigenous to Madagascar.
The 450-ha nature reserve alongside the hotel is home to over 1,800 floral species, most of which are endemic to the country, along with many medicinal plants. The forest is also home to many animal species such as the famous Sifaka lemur, the Bird of Paradise, many chameleon’s and Cuvier’s Oplure (a type of iguana). Days are at your leisure. Take time to enjoy the exquisite snorkeling opportunities and walk in the forest where you will encounter many lemurs and birds. The bungalows are all spacious with a private terrace overlooking the sea, a living
room with a small place for breakfast, and a bedroom. Upstairs there is a room designed for relaxing, which can also be used as a room for children.
There are plenty of activities and excursions to keep you busy, and included free of charge you can enjoy wind surfing, snorkelling, Waterskiing, Catamaran, walking excursions, fitness classes, Canoe trips through Mangroves & trips on a traditional pirogue.
For payable activities you can enjoy boat trips, fishing excursions & mountain biking. The hotel has a 200 m2 swimming pool facing the sea, surrounded by a tropical garden. At the back of the hotel, there is a forest with many animals. Fully signed trails are at the guest’s disposal to enjoy walking inside the forest and to lead to the nearby village. Many excursions on foot are available such as “ les pieds dans l’eau”
which crosses the mangrove during the low tide, “ Crique en Crique” offers walks across the different creeks, “la balade du géant” which is discovering the huge baobab (of 3m diameter), “a la rencontre des Sakalava” which is trekking in the forest to meet the local Sakalava tribe.