Located at the southern tip of Lake Malombe in the south of Malawi, Liwonde National Park is truly a national treasure worth experiencing. While Malawi is not as well known for big game as other African countries, Liwonde is brimming with wildlife that literally sits at your doorstep making this national park the most popular in the country.
The rustic atmosphere of the camp is enhanced by its location in one of the richest habitats of the park. Just lazing about on one of the camp’s various observation decks to watch the elephants or count the many species of birds, is the perfect way to spend a day here.
A long stretch of powder-fine sand bookended by mountains and lapped by dazzling water, Cape Maclear deserves all the hype thrown at it. By day the bay glitters a royal blue, studded by nearby islands and puttering, crayon-coloured fishing boats. On shore women wash clothes, dry fish, and nautical types spread out vermilion nets to dry. And there’s bags of things to do aside from lotus eating on a hammock, be it kayaking, sailing, snorkelling, walking or diving. Come afternoon the streets ring with music from the backstreet gospel choirs… Prepare to be lulled!
The perfect package if you want to experience the best of the beach on the shores of Lake Malawi
Tucked away on Nankoma Island, a part of the Marelli Island archipelago in Malawi, is the Blue Zebra Island Lodge.
This small lodge is built on and around a rocky outcrop jutting into the lake with two beaches and the stunning views over the expanse of blue fresh water of Malawi.
Situated on its very own private island in Lake Malawi is the Mumbo Island Camp.
The name Pumulani means “rest well” in the local Chichewa language; here, you have the chance to unwind in a beautiful and tranquil setting.
An amazing trip taking in the highlights of 3 countries: Zimbabwe, Zambia & Malawi.