The village of Anjiabe has inherited the warm climate of the island of Nosy Be, the sun is present all year round. The trip can be scheduled at any time, even on a whim, when the need to escape is apparent.
To access the village, one must go via the island of Nosy Be which is served by Air Madagascar. Nestled in the heart of the ocean, only a boat can reach Anjiabe village from the island of Nosy Be. Once a day, the canoes leave Anjiabe for Nosy Be between 6am and 7.30am, and arrive at 8am at the canoe port. They leave Nosy Be around 11 am to reach the village before noon.
Komba Forever has 3 bungalows located on the beautiful Anjiabe Beach. The proximity allows you to better discover the village day and night. Another choice for your stay in Anjiabe: the Coco Komba Lodge. You will have the privilege of rubbing shoulders with lemurs in the garden, this typical Madagascar animal.
Anjiabe hotels offer their guests varied meals with fresh products. Seafood is the speciality of the region thanks to the dominance of fishing in the daily lives of villagers. Your taste buds will be amazed by typical Malagasy preparations.
You can not be in Anjiabe village without making a detour to the beautiful Nosy Komba to discover its riches. It has an incredible pharmacopoeia of 70 medicinal plants, 19 species of birds, snakes and chameleons. Other islands are to be seen also, including Nosy Tanikely which is an open-air aquarium and Nosy Iranja, the paradise of turtles.
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