Experience authentic interaction with nature at Time + Tide Miavana
Madagascar is the land in a forgotten sea. A world of lemurs and chameleons, and a mosaic of unexplored coves, rarity is the luxury of Madagascar. Fringed by white sand beaches and sprawling coral reefs, Time + Tide Miavana stays true to the island’s secluded roots, creating a luxurious haven where guests can enjoy its signature experience.
Dotted along the pristine beach, Time + Tide Miavana’s 14 villas are a masterpiece in luxury. Natural elements of sea, sand and air meet elegantly through inspired interiors and textures that celebrate the extraordinary island setting. Hand-dyed textiles mirror the endless shades of turquoise shimmering in the ocean views. Local, hand cut stones the colour of seashells accent the walls and the unique turreted shower, evoking castaway luxury at its finest. Floor to ceiling windows offer panoramic views of the Indian Ocean mere metres away.
Throughout the villas, every detail is thoughtfully designed to create the ultimate luxury experience. The one, two and three-bedroom guest sanctuaries offer ample space (minimum 450 square metres), a private pool overlooking the sea, a comfortable lounge, butler service and a well-stocked kitchenette. Each villa has an extra bathroom and a study, which can be converted into a children’s bedroom. From your villa, explore the island using the complimentary bicycles and electric buggy.
The original founders, Norman Carr and the Liebenberg family, are credited as leaders in responsible tourism. Today, almost 70 years on, Time + Tide continues to revolutionize the industry through new, intimate properties in untapped locations where guests can experience authentic interaction with nature’s wild places. With the opening of Time + Tide Miavana, the team honours these legacies by bringing the same ethos to Madagascar.
Across land and sea, their people take extraordinary care in sharing their deep appreciation for the land, wildlife and culture. They’ve pioneered a more grounded tourism experience, rooted in conservation and synonymous with Africa’s history of ecotourism and preservation.
Stop. Look closer. Touch the Earth.