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Anjajavy Hotel is an upmarket ‘Relais & Chateaux’ retreat on a remote peninsula - a perfect place to relax or view wildlife in the surrounding private nature reserve.

25 luxury villas each offer a sea-facing terrace, lounge, breakfast area, a main bedroom plus a small loft bedroom; all have an en suite bathroom and are air-conditioned. The complex sits next to a wide, sheltered sandy bay, and a large swimming pool looks out to sea. The two beaches of golden sand are perfect for sunbathing and relaxing, and various water sports are included. Beautifully landscaped gardens provide a shady oasis for afternoon tea or birdwatching.

The surrounding Anjajavy Private Reserve is home to Coquerel’s sifaka, brown lemur, mouse lemur, fat-tailed dwarf lemur and Milne-Edwards sportive lemur. Birders will encounter many species here, including: Madagascar buzzard, grey-headed lovebird, Torotoroka scops owl, sickle-billed and white-headed vanga and red-capped coua. Boat excursions to nearby Morumba Bay may also offer a sighting of the rare and endangered Madagascar fish eagle.

Anjajavy is located on the northeastern coast of Madagascar, facing the Mozambique Channel and is reached only by private air transfers from Mahanjanga. The days of operation of air transfers may vary depending on the time of year. 

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  • Available*: Mar-Jan * The dates shown are when the accommodation is generally available. Please enquire for specific availability.
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Anjajavy Private Reserve

Located on a peninsula on the remote north-west coast, this private reserve is an oasis for wildlife and visitors. Many species of lemurs, birds and reptiles can be seen in its deciduous forest while, along the coast, white sandy beaches are punctuated by dramatic limestone outcrops and mangrove fringed estuaries.

  • Where: Sofia Region
  • Ideal for viewing: Commerson’s leaf-nosed bat, common brown lemur, Coquerel’s sifaka, Madagascar fish eagle, Milne-Edwards’ sportive lemur