This is as luxurious as it gets in Madagascar, from the private flight in, the charming welcome from maître de maison, Cedric, the gorgeous beach front bungalows and the range of activities on offer. The peninsula is private and safe and the local wildlife is easy to see, with lemurs regularly bouncing through the complex and lovebirds on the lawn.
For us though 5 days was 2 days too long to spend here. If you don't want to go on (and pay for) the boat trips you don't get much access to the wildlife guides. There are a number of walks you can easily do on your own but a guide is very useful for a night walk and you have to book your slot. There were lots of watersports on offer and there is a pool as well as the beach.
This is an expensive place to visit but it's good that so much of the cost is invested in paying staff a proper wage and consequently you are urged not to tip. Staff are very courteous and have excellent English generally.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Located on a peninsula in Northwest Madagascar, Anjajavy is only accessible by light aircraft or by boat, the lodge includes 24 villas, a nautical centre and a designed garden. The property is tucked in a forest reserve of 550 hectares and opens to a number of deserted coves. The forest is host of a variety of lemurs and one of the most endangered bird of the world (Madagascan fish eagle). ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- l Hotel Anjajavy
- Anjajavy l Hotel