“Home to lemurs, chameleons, tortoises, humming birds, cocoa, vanilla, ylang-ylang, papyrus and carnivorous plants; Madagascar is one of the last remaining unspoilt oases on the planet. There are virgin forests, savannas and tiny islands to explore. The nature is so rich that the famous Parisian landscape architect Camille Muller was inspired to gather the rarest species in the hotel’s landscaped garden. Located in a nature reserve, Anjajavy le Lodge consists of a beautiful ensemble of rosewood villas scattered over a long sandy beach on the Mozambique Channel. Explore deserted creeks, little fishing villages and the Tsingy, coral remains sculpted by erosion and overlapping baobab roots.”
From deserted inlets to shady paths, from mysterious caves to rocky islands… We offer a natural island setting, the legendary Madagascan climate, and our own cultivation of the art of romance. The enchantment of our garden, the Oasis, is just one example: the humidity here attracts lemurs in the cool hours. Here, on our private peninsula at the edge of the Anjajavy Forest, your love will be pampered in a cocoon of joy and attention.
There are probably few places on earth that offer such an authentic, up-close contact with nature. You might discover a new, as-yet unknown native species yourself, like several visitors each season do! Along the coast or amid the Anjajavy Forest, you will be sure to discover lush, undisturbed landscapes filled with an abundance of surprising animals like none other in the world.
“When I show you a magnificent fish that grew up among these reefs, across from the natural reserve, near the mangrove where it was born… When I fillet this fish, freshly caught by the village fisherman whom I know so well… When I grill this fish to perfection, in this beloved setting, surrounded by my team… When I arrange this fish on a plate with a few delectable pickles, prepared as only we, the Sakalava people, know how… I hope to see you enjoy it, I hope to see you delight in it, and I hope to hear you say that this is the most delicious fish you have ever tasted. That is my hope. Seeing and hearing my guests’delight in my cuisine again and again, from the half-open door of the kitchen, is one of my greatest pleasures.”
“Guests tell us that we are kind, helpful and discreet.
Is it true? Come see for yourself as you celebrate the beauty of a sunset over the tsingy and the water.
We are delighted to welcome you here to share the beauty of our reserve, the magnificent Moramba Bay and its peaceful fishing villages with you.”