Most accommodation in Malawi is alongside the sparkling lake, the flagship of the country. Home to beautiful beaches, crystal clear waters and idyllic islands, travellers will be blown away by these rustic resorts. The southern section is home to the Lake Malawi National Park, the world's first freshwater marine reserve. Further infield, those looking for a safari experience can stay at Liwonde National Park or in the north near the Nyika Plateau.
Voted one of the world's 10 most romantic destinations by Conde Nast, Kaya Mawa is simply a paradise on Likoma Island. The private cottages, beach villas and honeymoon suite are ideal for a romantic getaway, with beaches and water sports at your fingertips. Mumbo Island is an exclusive and uninhabited island within the protected Lake Malawi National Park, with luxury tented suites each with a hammock and private deck.
For a Safari experience, Mvuu Wilderness Lodge is located on a lagoon in the Liwonde National Park. It consists of eight luxury safari tents and provides a wonderful retreat for a wealth of wildlife. Nkwichi Lodge is an exclusive retreat in the Mozambican reaches of Lake Malawi, 10 miles away from the nearest road, that allows you to really get off the beaten track while staying in luxury chalets.
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Undoubtedly one of the most well-known camps within Liwonde National Park, Mvuu Camp promises a fulfilling experience in one of Malawi’s most celebrated wildlife areas.
Mumbo Island is one of those tropical islands that dream holidays are made of. Known for its eco-friendly practices, beautiful scenery, and exclusivity, the isle is the ideal home base from which to explore Lake Malawi National Park.
Blue Zebra Island Lodge
Be transported to natural tranquility, waking up to the cries of the African Fish Eagle and dive into crystal clear waters that reveal astonishing marine life at Blue Zebra Island Lodge.
Kaya Mawa means 'maybe tomorrow' and there really is no rush in this Likoma Island paradise. The private cottages, beach villas and honeymoon suite are ideal for a romantic getaway, with beaches and water sports at your fingertips.
Nkwichi Lodge may be Africa's best kept secret. With 6 private chalets, 8 private beaches and a plethora of activities in this conserved wilderness, hush... and say no more.
Kumbali Country Lodge
Offering homely and comfortable accommodation, several activities, and with a focus on fine food, Kumbali Coutnry Lodge is the ideal stop-over or Malawian getaway spot.
Mvuu Wilderness Lodge
Delight in the verdant surrounds of Malawi’s Mvuu Wilderness Lodge. Located alongside a lagoon, the lodge is perfectly located for wildlife and bird spotting, black rhino tracking, and a host of other nature-oriented activities. Revel in luxury in a natural oasis.
Pumulani Lake Lodge
Pumulani means “rest well” in Chichewa and this luxury lodge could not be more aptly named! It is nestled within the Lake Malawi National Park with 10 luxury villas perched on a hillisde, facing out onto the crystal clear lake.
A beach resort just north of Mangochi at the southern tip of Lake Malawi, Club Makokola is the largest hotel we feature in the country with 56 rooms and suites, a mammoth swimming pool, tennis court, golf course and more!
Nestled south of the picturesque village of Nkhata Bay on the western shores of Lake Malawi, Chintheche Inn is a simple and homely hotel sandwiched between lush tropical forest and white sandy beach.
An intimate and luxury retreat in the picturesque seaside village of Cape Maclear, Danforth Lodge has eight lake facing, air-conditioned, en suite bedrooms. All rooms have a cool blue and white nautical theme. We have family rooms as well as twins and doubles, as well as a catamaran available for your cruising pleasure!
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