Anjajavy is a remote private game reserve in the northwest of the island which is only accessible by air. Made up of 450 hectares and bordering the coast, it is home to over 1,800 plant species. Walking tours through the bush bring with it the opportunity to spot many of the island’s endemic species, including two diurnal and two nocturnal lemur, forest chameleons, frogs, bush pigs, and the much-revered fossa. Morambo Bay with its famous ‘floating islands’ is within a distance of Anjajavy via a short boat trip. This area’s justifiably famous for its limestone caves and giant baobab trees.