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    Indicative flight schedule :
    TUESDAY , THURSDAY and SATURDAY
    Antananarivo – Anjajavy : 07.00am – 08.30am
    Anjajavy – Antananarivo : 09.30am – 11.00am
    Private charter flights on demand.
















    THE BIODIVERSITY OF ANJAJAVY

    A WEALTH TO DISCOVER AND PROTECT
    The inventories and observations of the animal and plant species of Anjajavy are testimony to its great biological wealth, with no fewer than five critically endangered species, 15 in danger of extinction and 13 vulnerable to extinction. The large majority of these species are endemic to Madagascar or to the nearby region.

    Each year naturalist observations from our visitors – scientific or amateur – keep updating a significant number of new or described species. Some of them, like the Tahina Spectabilis Palm Tree, led to great excitement in the scientific community.


    THE DRY DECIDUOUS FOREST

    A CRITICALLY ENDANGERED HABITAT
    Madagascar is a botanical paradise, with more than 13,000 indigenous species including 900 orchid varieties, 200 palm tree species and 130 species of aloes. The island is so large and has such a diversity of habitats and climates that each corner of Madagascar has its own special community of plants.

    Anjajavy finds itself amongst the community of the dry deciduous forests of the North-West; an eco-region recognized by the major international organizations of nature conservation as a global critical priority for conservation.


    A CENTRE FOR NATURE CONSERVATION AND INTERPRETATION

    A CENTRE FOR NATURE CONSERVATION AND INTERPRETATION
    The reserves of Anjajavy have an exceptional natural diversity. The goal of the centre is to protect nature, enhance it, use it in a sustainable manner, understand it and promote its assets and appeal to the residents of the reserve and to its visitors. The centre, based at the hotel, aims to become independent as revenues flow in. Revenues today are generated by donations and tourist participation in sightseeing tours in the greater reserve.

    Currently based at the hotel, the centre employs and trains guides, forest rangers and trackers for fire prevention, anti-poaching approaches, environmental awareness, and to combat illegal forest logging.


    THE PROTECTED AREA OF ANJAJAVY

    AN ANJAJAVY LE LODGE INITIATIVE
    The activities of the lodge are thus intimately linked to the preservation of the legacy of Anjajavy. First through the creation of the private reserve, which today is 960 hectares (2,372 acres) in size. Then in 2016, with the idea of creating a new protected area of Anjajavy including the local populations.

    Anjajavy le Lodge offers high-end eco-tourism as a vector for development. A strong entrepreneurial vision in a socially, traditionally and economically favourable context as well as the relative isolation of the peninsula are both factors in this success. For the last 20 years, the local villages have a continuous development in services to the community.

    It is in this context that the creation of an official Protected Area was born on April 17, 2018, following the adoption of a governmental decree for the definitive protection of the Protected Area “Anjajavy” of IUCN V Protected Area (Harmonious Landscape). The total protected area of the Reserve is 9773 ha.