Anjajavy Hotel stands beside the beach at the end of a peninsula that extends into the Mozambique Channel. It is a remote and exceptionally beautiful coast, with sandy coves and turquoise waters; and, at Anjajavy, it borders a superb dry forest reserve protecting a plethora of unique wildlife. The 25 air-conditioned, two-storey villas are built of local rosewood and roofed with satrana leaves. Each is equipped with several beds, a sitting area, breakfast corner, bathroom with a soaking tub. French windows open onto a large sea-facing verandah, furnished with armchairs and a hammock from which you can watch the lemurs in the trees or the fishing pirogues on the ocean.
The main lodge houses a comfortable lounge, the bar with billiards and the main restaurant - many meals are al fresco on the deck, overlooking the parakeet dotted lawn, swimming pool and Indan Ocean. The boutique has both traditional and contemporary Malagasy crafts and a variety of Malagasy essential oils. The long, sandy beach in front of the villas is ideal for swimming and relaxation; deck-chairs and shades are provided.
The marina is a short walk from the lodge and offers complimentary watersports, including catamarans, windsurfing, canoes, snorkelling and water-skiing. Land-based sports include: volleyball, table tennis, badminton, billiards and boules. Mountain bikes are available for a nominal fee.