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Madagascar

Anjajavy

PLAN MY TRIP

Natural roots meet luxurious living in this sustainability focused beachfront lodge.

The 24 villas at Anjajavy are characterized by their natural yet elegant wood-based architecture. Four of the rooms are “premium villas” that offer increased privacy in more secluded locations. Every villa has a terrace with comfortable seating that opens to a beautiful ocean view, as well as a spacious indoor living room. One bedroom on the ground floor can sleep two guests, and a staircase leads to another multiuse room that can function as additional sleeping or living space. Bathrooms have a large bathtub, shower, and separate toilet. Each villa has a quiet air conditioning system for maximum comfort.

The property is named for the Anjajavy region in which it is located—a vibrant peninsula on Madagascar’s northwest coast. It is surrounded by a 2,545-acre private forest reserve that is regulated through a partnership between the lodge, the government, and the local community leadership. This reserve, as well as Anjajavy’s 24,149-acre private marine reserve, boasts a unique variety of endangered and vulnerable native species. A complex ecosystem of streams, mangroves, and coral reefs create a biodiverse environment that allows for many guest activities.

The extensive forest and coastline are perfect for walking tours, exploring limestone caves, wild creeks, and local villages. Mountain biking, badminton, beach volleyball, and soccer are open to those looking for an active adventure, while private picnics, sunset cruises, and secluded dinners offer a more intimate experience. Duo massages and sleeping on a private beach under the stars can make a stay more romantic. Access to the pristine ocean allows guests to experience private cruises as well as activities such as waterskiing, kayaking, and snorkeling.

Anjajavy serves carefully cultivated gourmet and traditional meals that reflect the local culture. The communal living and dining areas are comprised of both indoor and outdoor dining spaces surrounded by coconut palms. An infinity pool overlooking the beach is yet another relaxing space for guests. Everything from food to architecture and energy use is intentionally sustainable and environmentally friendly.

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Madagascar

Anjajavy

PLAN MY TRIP

Natural roots meet luxurious living in this sustainability focused beachfront lodge.

The 24 villas at Anjajavy are characterized by their natural yet elegant wood-based architecture. Four of the rooms are “premium villas” that offer increased privacy in more secluded locations. Every villa has a terrace with comfortable seating that opens to a beautiful ocean view, as well as a spacious indoor living room. One bedroom on the ground floor can sleep two guests, and a staircase leads to another multiuse room that can function as additional sleeping or living space. Bathrooms have a large bathtub, shower, and separate toilet. Each villa has a quiet air conditioning system for maximum comfort.

The property is named for the Anjajavy region in which it is located—a vibrant peninsula on Madagascar’s northwest coast. It is surrounded by a 2,545-acre private forest reserve that is regulated through a partnership between the lodge, the government, and the local community leadership. This reserve, as well as Anjajavy’s 24,149-acre private marine reserve, boasts a unique variety of endangered and vulnerable native species. A complex ecosystem of streams, mangroves, and coral reefs create a biodiverse environment that allows for many guest activities.

The extensive forest and coastline are perfect for walking tours, exploring limestone caves, wild creeks, and local villages. Mountain biking, badminton, beach volleyball, and soccer are open to those looking for an active adventure, while private picnics, sunset cruises, and secluded dinners offer a more intimate experience. Duo massages and sleeping on a private beach under the stars can make a stay more romantic. Access to the pristine ocean allows guests to experience private cruises as well as activities such as waterskiing, kayaking, and snorkeling.

Anjajavy serves carefully cultivated gourmet and traditional meals that reflect the local culture. The communal living and dining areas are comprised of both indoor and outdoor dining spaces surrounded by coconut palms. An infinity pool overlooking the beach is yet another relaxing space for guests. Everything from food to architecture and energy use is intentionally sustainable and environmentally friendly.

Safari Camps
Points of Interest
Hotels & Resorts
Journeys

Coming soon!