A Relais and Chateaux property **** SUP in the west coast, northern of Mahajanga, Anjajavy is laid along the Mozambique Channel, in a rich and exceptional environment. During your stay you will have the chance to discover the reserve with its lemurs and flora, visit local villages perfectly reflecting the diversity of Malagasy nature. It is reached only by air and you taste the ultimate luxury, the isolation and totally unspoilt nature while enjoying the finest hotel of the red island.
Anjajavy Hotel is located in the province of Mahajanga, in the north-west of Madagascar. This is a Relais and Chateaux hotel since 2004 and it is the only representative of this trademark in our Big Island.
You will like :
» its garden named Oasis where tropical tree species live alongside both papyrus, aquatic plants or ferns, and birds like kingfishers and drongos. As its name suggests, this is an oasis of freshness!
» Its 7 beautiful secluded coves where tranquility, relaxation and rest are the watchwords. Enjoy a picnic in front of the Mozambic channel.
» The nature reserve with 1800 plant species including medicinal plants and species unique to Madagascar, plus rare animals such as the hairy crab or the fish eagle of Madagascar, if you’re lucky.
» Its tsingy – these famous stone forests you find only in Madagascar – dotting the forest of baobab trees and rosewood. Many lemurs live in this forest. Among them : the famous Verreau Sifaka.
» Pampering yourself during a energizing, slimming or relaxing massage in the villa dedicated to this precious time. Manicure, pedicure and other body treatments also await you.
» Water activities such as big game fishing, catamaran excursions, water skiing, canoeing on the mangroves or on the sea or snorkeling.
» the market day in the village of Anjajavy: a beautiful atmosphere is always expected.
» discovering the micro projects financed by the lodge (so by you): embroidery workshops, school, community clinic, beekeeping or the craft store …
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