On an enchanted peninsula on the northwest coast, Anjajavy the Lodge has not finished surprising you if you have the chance to discover it.
Bordered by sandy beaches, a turquoise sea and a natural reserve of exceptional wealth, Anjajavy is the purest reflection of this country of untouchable beauty and legendary hospitality, which bears the magic name from Madagascar.
Listed by the WWF as a global conservation priority, the dry deciduous forest ecoregion of northwestern Madagascar's Anjajavy is home to rare and endemic communities of fauna and flora. Because of its diversity, the natural setting is home to a great wealth of unique and harmless plants and animals in particular ecotypes.
Facing the sea, each of the 24 rosewood villas borders the main beach of the lodge's vast private property.
On the ground floor, all villas have a spacious terrace facing the sea, a living room with living room and a bedroom. A Japanese staircase leads to the floor where there is a rest room that can be used as office or bedroom for children or friends. The bathroom is equipped with a large corner bath and the toilet is separate. A quiet, individual climate control system keeps the room at an ideal temperature.