Isolated on the Northwest coast of Madagascar, the peninsula is a paradise of azure blue water and white sand beaches. Diverse natural landscape is the home to Anjajavy Le Lodge, a place deemed by the WWF as a global priority for protection of it rare and varied wildlife and flora species. Authentically connected to nature, the Anjajavy Lodge is a place that is conscious of its impact in its environment and therefore prides itself as a place or natural tranquility and serenity. Driven by its commitment to sustainability and connections with the local community, there are plenty of opportunities for guests to experience the real Madagascar and connect with its people. Sitting opposite a coconut grove, twenty four villas are dotted throughout the gardens centered around the main lodge. Modeled on a traditional Sakalava village, the result is a complex that has been expertly integrated into nature and boarder the beach for direct access for each guest. Dotted with naturally occurring swimming pools and hidden coves, this is a place for guests to explore.