West Madagascar

Anjajavy le Lodge


Starred member of the Relais & Chateau Association since 2004 and located on the northwest coast of Madagascar in one of the most isolated spots on the island is Anjajavy, a top-notch luxury lodge.


Set on the edge of Anjajavy reserve with ocean views in front and Tsingy, mangroves and vine-scattered forest behind, the lodge is made up of 24 villas and a restaurant each made of local rosewood with views of the ocean and a swimming pool for guests to relax and soak in the sun. The ‘oasis’ is also a key feature of the lodge. Designed by Camille Miller, a Parisian landscape gardener, this tranquil garden is meticulously planned with a lily-strewn pond surrounded by tree ferns, creepers and endemic water birds.

Food & service

The restaurant at Anjajavy is centred around a seasonal a la carte menu, and dishes can therefore vary depending on the availability of produce. This means that all ingredients are fresh from local sources. Staff are friendly and welcoming and enjoy hearing about stories from guests’ adventures. Private dinners can be organised by staff on the verandah, poolside or on the beach. A laundry service is available to all guests and free Wi-fi is available throughout.


Each villa is designed with a two-story rosewood build and faces out to sea, designed with enough space between each villa and precisely the right angle to give each guest maximum privacy. Lemur viewing from each of the 24 guest rooms is the norm and guests can spend time relaxing on the verandah reading under the shade of palm trees overhead.


Anjajavy Reserve has many species of flora and fauna as yet undiscovered by scientists and is therefore perfect for walks through the forest and to the little fishing villages along the coast. Guides are available but not obligatory. Boat trips and fishing are also available from the lodge and for the more daring, a nearby opening to a cave network with millennia-old formations as well as bats.

To find out more about Anjajavy and arrange your tailor-made trip, get in touch

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