Heuglins Lodge

Heuglins Lodge is situated in the leafy residential suburbs of Lilongwe just minutes away from the city centre. This attractive rambling house is named after the Heuglin's Robin, often seen in the garden. Heuglin's is an ideal base for a sightseeing tour of the capital city, for short stop-overs before or after an inter-continental flight, a relaxing interlude before or after a safari or even as a day-room base while awaiting transfers.
The guesthouse has eight spacious and tastefully furnished bedrooms; five are en-suite and three share facilities. Full catering is available from two chefs and there is a swimming pool in the very attractive gardens. There's a large comfortable lounge with its own wildlife library and a 'help-yourself' bar with television.

Mumbo Island

Mumbo Island is a pristine and deserted tropical island, and the undisputed jewel of the Lake Malawi National Park. Mumbo Island has never been populated, and is still in its natural state with a thick covering of miombo woodland and ancient fig and baobab trees.
The waters around the island are clean and calm, and allow all guests - irrespective of fitness or experience - to enjoy sea kayaking, snorkeling and SCUBA diving. The island's only mammals - Spotted-necked Otters and Cape Clawless Otters - are remarkably playful and regularly join guests for a snorkel or swim.
The dining area, bar and water sport gazebo are all constructed of timber, thatch and canvas, adhering to the principles of eco-architecture, and blend into the surrounding bush and large granite boulders. The tents are on raised platforms with separate eco toilets and bucket showers.

Mvuu Camp and Lodge

Mvuu Camp and Lodge, situated in Malawi's premier wildlife haven, Liwonde National Park, is built on a most spectacular setting on the banks of the Shire River. Endless river views are fringed with palms and baobab trees against the magnificent backdrop of the Rift Valley wall. This river forms the western boundary of the Park and as a source of water draws all manner of fauna to its banks: elephants feeding in the reeds and the constant grunting of hippo pods. Whether away from the river or along its banks, there is a wide variety of animal and bird life waiting to be discovered.

The camp is a clever mix of spacious stone and canvas chalets and specially designed family tents, totalling 12 units. Rooms at Mvuu Camp are safari style tented rooms, with ensuite bathrooms and khondes overlooking the grounds of the camp. There are also family rooms which have adjoining rooms for children. These rooms are built from stone. An impressive thatched dining and lounge area is situated nearby, offering a magnificent river vista that is framed by two large baobab trees. If the camp is not for you, you have the option of upgrading to Mvuu Lodge, five minute walk from Mvuu Camp. The lodge is smaller and more exclusive.

Mvuu Camp offers a wide range of activities. The area can be explored via boating trips on the Shire River, game drives (morning and afternoon/evening), nature walks and non-stop birding with nearly 400 species of birds recorded in the Park.

Njobvu Village traditional huts

Njobvu Cultural Village Lodge is a cooperative initiative of several villages near Ulongwe, Balaka District in Malawi. It started around 2002 as a way of generating income and of educating the local people about the importance of conserving Liwonde National Park's resources for tourism purposes.
Njobvu Cultural Village Lodge is run by and employs local villagers and is an important source of revenue for the community. This income reduces the need to poach within Liwonde National Park. Benefiting from park tourism encourages communities to conserve their valuable natural and cultural resources. A percentage of the funds are used to support a nursery school and in the future to support village elderly.
Visitors of the lodge experience the real Malawian life, by sleeping in the traditional mud brick hut in the village and meeting the villagers and their traditions.

Zomba Forest Lodge

Zomba Forest Lodge is a unique small guesthouse nestled amongst the forests of Zomba Plateau. Formerly a forestry commissioner's house the lodge is now a haven for people in search of peace and harmony surrounded by nature. Hiking and bird watching across the plateau and some of the best food in Malawi sitting around the open fire at the end of an energetic day will surely be one of your best Malawian memories. Open fire and all eating together create a homely feel and the food is simply delicious! Rooms are en-suite

Ku Chawe Inn

The hotel sits on the edge of Zomba Plateau, which rises to nearly 2200m, 7000 ft, with the highest peaks on the rim forming a saucer shaped bowl. Around this rim are some of the most stunning views in Africa.
The hotel is one and a half hour's drive from Chileka, Blantyre, the nearest international airport. There are 32 well appointed rooms - 22 Deluxe Studios and 10 Superior rooms. All rooms are en-suite, have satellite television, telephones and a fireplace (Superior and Deluxe only).
The Mulunguzi Restaurant offers both local and international cuisine on a comprehensive à la carte menu. The berries, particularly strawberries, which grow so well on the plateau are nearly always on offer.

Blantyre Lodge

Your hosts are Ray and Lynne Finch who have lived in Blantyre for 33 years. The Lodge is situated in the quiet suburb of Mount Pleasant, a short distance from the town centre, Blantyre, Malawi. Rooms are en-suite and most have a verandah.

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