Anjajavy: where Madagascar’s tiny mouse lemur lives deep in the forest
Located on a remote peninsula in northwest Madagascar, the Anjajavy Private Nature Reserve is an unrivalled destination offering mangroves, ancient limestones draped in foliage and deciduous forests. Within this paradise, your expert guides will show you the flora, birdlife, reptile and lemur that thrive here.
Two popular diurnal species of lemur you will see here are the common brown lemur and the more unusual Coquerel's sifaka. Your expert guides can also offer you a night tour, where you’ll see a range of nocturnal species, including the mouse lemur, which at only 24cm long is the world’s smallest primate. Perhaps you’ll also spot the solitary fossa, Madagascar's largest carnivore. It is occasionally spotted chasing lemur through the forest.
If you prefer open spaces, Anjajavy Private Nature Reserve also spills out onto the stunning coastline. Your guide can lead you along one of the many winding paths to a private beach. Dotted with small coves and untouched white sands, here you can explore the other world that lies beneath Madagascar’s warm turquoise waters, providing an exceptional end to your tailor-made holiday to Anjajavy.