Nestled in a nature reserve of 550 hectares, this Relais & Châteaux property Anjajavy Hotel consists of a beautiful ensemble of rosewood villas scattered over a long fine sandy beach on the Mozambique Channel. Pure serenity in a land of emotions, it is a rare luxury in Madagascar. By walking along marked pathways or by boat, you can explore deserted creeks, little fishing villages and the Tsingys, coral remains sculpted by erosion with overlapping baobab roots.
Anjajavy Hotel is set along the Mozambique Channel in an extremely diverse environment where flora and fauna offer a perfect reflection of Malagasy nature. The Relais & Châteaux property comprises of 25 outstanding rosewood villas facing the sea. 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. 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 (Coquerel’s Sifaka), the bird of paradise, chameleon and Cuvier’s oplure (a type of iguana). 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.
Each villa features a large terrace overlooking the sea, a living room area, breakfast area and a bed room. A small staircase provides access to the first floor which features a relaxation room that can be used as an office or children’s/guest room. The bathroom boasts a vast bath with separate lavatories. Each room is maintained at the ideal temperature for you by an individual and silent air conditioning system.
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Thanks to the high skill level of the experienced culinary staff, the chef and his team will surprise you with an international menu using fresh produce with just of touch of Malagasy specialties.
A 200 sq.m. overflowing swimming pool faces the sea.
The Anjajavy hotel provides guest with a variety of additional, free activities to enjoy including catamaran rides, snorkelling, kayaks, pétanque, beach volley, badminton, billards and much more.
The boutique boasts a wide range of Malagasy homecrafts and beach articles for sale.
Madagascar is the ultimate primate destination, but also renowned for its pristine beaches, this location embraces both.
(Andasibe-Mantadia National Park, Antananarivo, Anjajavy)
Madagascar is the ultimate primate destination, but also renowned for its pristine beaches, this location embraces both. Travel in April or May of 2015 and receive one night free at the Anjajavy, a savings worth over $600!
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