Located on the western coast 120 km north of Majunga, Anjajavy is both a remote fishing village for those who are aware of it and an extraordinary peninsula at the end of the world. The Hotel is a luxury establishment with 24 sea-facing rosewood villas.
Anjajavy L'Hotel Highlights
Located on the western coast 120 km north of Majunga, Anjajavy is both a remote fishing village for those who are aware of it and an extraordinary peninsula at the end of the world. Set along the Mozambique Channel in an extremely diverse environment where flora and fauna offer a perfect reflection of Malagasy nature, the hotel comprises an outstanding complex of 24 sea-facing rosewood villas. Anjajavy Hotel is ranked by European standards as a luxury establishment and is ideal for the more indulgent eco-tourist. The chef will surprise guests with an international menu of fresh produce with a touch of Malagasy specialties.
Each villa features a spacious bedroom, large terrace overlooking the sea, a living room area and breakfast area. A small staircase provides access to the first floor, which features a relaxation room that can be used as an office or guest room. The bathroom boasts a vast bath with separate lavatories. Rooms are maintained at the ideal temperature using an air conditioning system. The hotel features an original Oasis; a genuine Garden of Eden hosting variety of aquatic plants, papyrus reeds, tree ferns, climbing plants, and palm trees that are home to humming birds, lemurs, malachite kingfishers, Malagasy foudis and even the rrongo. A grid of vaporisers maintains a constant humidity level and offers a genuinely satisfying feeling of freshness during the hot hours.
- A near 90 min form Ivato airport.
- A 200 sq.m. infinity swimming pool faces the sea.
- The boutique boasts a wide range of Malagasy homecrafts and beach articles.
- Activities available at the hotel: catamaran,snorkelling, kayaking,cave visits, birdwatching, local village visits.
Anjajavy L'Hotel Activities
Madagascar’s western coast enjoys sunshine almost all year round. In February, tropical rains reinvigorate the greenery. The 550-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.Tsingy, the celebrated millennial coral remains can be found throughout the forest and overlooking the bay. The forest is also home to many animal species such as the famous Sifaka Lemur, the bird of paradise, chameleon and Cuvier’s oplure. The Madagascar fisher eagle takes to the sea and the coral reef, a magical combination of shapes and colours in a world of silence that remains untouched.
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