Kumbali Country Lodge | Lilongwe

Kumbali Country Lodge boasts everything you could expect from a nature reserve lodge and much more besides. It is one of the most tranquil alternatives to a Malawi hotel that you will find anywhere.

Plump pillows and refined decor await you. Should you require anything our Room Service will deliver it straight up, allowing you time for rest and relaxation.

Instead of the concrete jungle, you can gaze out at a forest reserve idyll, sipping on a gin and tonic whilst watching the African sun set in the distance.

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Chikunto Safari Lodge | South Luangwa National Park

Located amongst rolling plains, plateaus, river banks and miombo vegetation, Chikunto Safari Lodge is renowned for its surviving wildlife species, providing breath taking scenery and game viewing right from its sweeping terrace and your doorstep.

The main area incorporates reception, dining area, bar and lounge under a thatch roof. Out-side just some steps away, there is a big fire pit to sit around and enjoy your drink before or after dinner. The salt-water (no chlorine) swimming pool has a counter-current system for those who wants to do some exercise.
Also the whole main area is raised on a 1.5m high wooden deck overlooking the Luangwa River.

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3 Nights

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Blue Zebra Island Lodge | Lake Malawi

A WILD ISLAND PARADISE: just a two hour journey from Lilongwe, the exclusive Blue Zebra Island Lodge is situated on Nankoma Island, part of the Marelli Archipelago in Lake Malawi National Park (UNESCO World Heritage site).

The 3 islands are home to a vast array of fresh water fish, including some of the most rare and colorful in the world. The islands support diverse flora and fauna and are a bird watcher's paradise.

A unique set-up with 9 en-suite safari-style tented chalets and 1 Superior Cottage overlooking the lake. Secluded executive chalets boast stunning views from private balconies, some with lake access. The chalets are set in an unspoiled environment, immersed in nature.

Activities: nature trails, birding, kayaking, snorkeling, wake boarding, water skiing, tubing, sunset cruise, seasonal scuba diving. Relaxing at the Infinity Pool. Massages available during peak periods or with advance bookings.

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2 Nights

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Spoken Languages: English

No. Rooms: 10

Special Interests: Adventure, Beach / Coastal, Birding, Flora, Hiking, Leisure, Nature, Relaxation, Watersports

Zomba Forest Lodge | Zomba

Zomba Forest Lodge is a small colonial cottage nestled on the escarpment of Zomba Mountain, just within the Forest Reserve. It lies in 20 acres of mixed woodland, home to samango and vervet monkeys, a number of antelope and a host of birds, as well as butterflies and flowers. The lodge offers lovely en suite bedrooms, small and well appointed. Each room is comfortable, as well as stylish and tastefully decorated. The Zomba Plateau is located in close proximity to the lodge, and there is plenty to do in the area.

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2 Nights

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Thawale Lodge | Majete Wildlife Reserve

Thawale Lodge is African Parks' own tourism operation and places emphasis on responsible tourism by applying 100% of the camp's revenue back into conserving and protecting Majete. Situated within Majete around a serene floodlit waterhole that attracts a variety of wildlife, Thawale Lodge is a peaceful haven from which to experience Majete. Completely unfenced, the camp is regularly visited by wildlife.

Thawale Lodge offers six double- and twin-tented chalets, all en-suite and each with its own private veranda overlooking the waterhole. The more luxurious chalet has a unique open-air bathroom built among the rocks with a shower and a sunken bath and views of the floodlit waterhole. The chalets are spaced out to offer visitors privacy and an individual bush experience.

A communal lapa and traditional lounge area with a fully staffed kitchen is available in the centre of the camp. Meals are served in the thatched bamboo restaurant and bar with a birding veranda. Dinner can be combined with an 'under the stars boma night' with entertainment from the local Gule wa Mkulu dancers.

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2 Nights

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Mvuu Camp | Liwonde National Park

Mvuu Camp has a spectacular vantage point along the Shire River that draws all manner of fauna to its banks. The camp, comprising 14 units as well as a nearby campsite, is a clever mix of spacious stone and canvas chalets and specially designed family tents. An impressive thatched dining and lounge area offers a magnificent river vista that is framed by two large baobab trees. Dinners are sometimes held under the stars in a specially constructed boma. A custom-built education and conference centre with facilities for up to 40 delegates or smaller corporate and team building functions is available.

Mvuu Camp offers a wide range of accommodation options such as full board rates and camping, and a variety of activities including boat safaris on the Shire River, game drives, nature walks & trails and non-stop birding. Trips to community projects in nearby villages and Nanthomba School are also popular.

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2 Nights

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Spoken Languages: English

No. Rooms: 14

Special Interests: Birding, Nature, Relaxation, Star Gazing, Wildlife

Mumbo Island Camp | Cape Maclear

Mumbo is a pristine island in Lake Malawi National Park which, with its crystal clear waters and innumerable species of cichlid fish, offers some of the best freshwater scuba diving in the world and the best snorkelling on the Lake.

The island lies 10km north-west of Cape Maclear, where reception and the nearest point of road access is located. The camp comprises five units (two twin tents and three twin reed chalets) perched on rocks high above the water shaded by lush foliage, each with bucket showers, ‘eco-loos’ and wooden deck. A hammock provides a comfortable spot to take in the idyllic Lake view. A twin-tented family unit is tucked into the forest near the main beach. There is a dining area, bar and watersport gazebo of timber and thatch.

Activities here vary from lazing in a hammock to snorkelling, diving, swimming, kayaking, walking and birdwatching. Guests have the option of boating or paddling to explore the granitic islands of the Lake.

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3 Nights

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Spoken Languages: English

No. Rooms: 6

Special Interests: Adventure, Beach / Coastal, Birding, Hiking, Leisure, Nature, Relaxation, Star Gazing, Watersports, Wildlife

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