The history of Ankazoberavina
For some ecologists environmentalists was an unforgettable experience to land onAnkazoberavina Island, ninhabited and with its nature completely intact and wild.
Love at first sight that led them to become interested in this wonderful ecosystem to study it and live it.
Hence the decision to found the company "Nature Sauvage" aimed at protecting and safeguarding Ankazoberavina .
With this spirit and passion of the members Nature Sauvage personally contributed to the creation of an eco-lodge and a central structure can offer to their friends, relatives and guests the opportunity to stay on the island and spend an unforgettable holiday, outside the traditional tourist routes, in a small unspoiled paradise in Madagascar.
On the island there have never been settlements by inhabitants of the surrounding villages. Ankazoberavina houses of the holy places: a big black rock on the beach and tree in a small fenced area where even today every year the representatives of the nearby village performing a religious ceremony very characteristic of the commemoration of the ancestors with songs, offers of gifts, shedding of rum and cleaning up the soil around the sacred tree.
The legend also tells that one of the two hills , the island houses the sepulcher of an ancient princess.
In respect of nature and traditions of hospitality Ankazoberavina is a contribution to its preservation and protection, for this reason for Nature Sauvagethe proceeds are only for its maintenance and any improvements aimed to offer a comfortable and memorable, that blends countless opportunities for nature and sports, quiet, beautiful views, beaches of incredible beauty, coast still intact and so much to discover along with the director Massimiliano Felici, said Max.
Max fascinated by the beauty of Madagascar lives in this island for 20 years with his family. Diving instructor and expert on the seabed, participated in the realization of important documentaries on whale watching, is a member of "Megaptera Association and for one of Ankazoberavina and he is currently engaged in the project for the preservation of sea turtles, with the partnership of WCS Association (Wild Conservation Society)