Accommodation is basic yet sufficient with canvas walls for the 2 walk-in tents and then there are 3 reed chalets, all set as far away from each other as possible for maximum privacy on this already remote island. Each Chalet comes with an en-suite bathroom, a deck with a hammock and 100% cotton bed linens.
The Lodging supports local trade by using only locally made cane furniture as well as every cushion being covered with an array of chitenjes cloths all from the local market. All glasses are made from recycled from wine bottles leaving the lowest carbon footprint possible.
There isn’t any electricity and the showers are bucket showers; hot water can be requested. But don’t let this put you off, it’s all a part of completely relaxing and reverting back to our roots as mankind.
Dine at the Camp’s own bar & restaurant for top quality, authentic Malawian cuisine whilst you watch the sun setting over the horizon turning the sky into a myriad of hues, a truly beautiful sight to behold. A delicious, fresh complimentary breakfast is a real treat to start you on your day of pure and utter relaxation. The camp’s best activity is actually doing nothing but lounging on your own personal hammock which overlooks the lake. You could also make your way down to the beach front where there are comfy deck loungers so you can soak up the hot African sun.
There is an abundance of lively activities to take part in on the island which cater to all types adventurers. Such as kayaking around the island; scuba diving in secret spots booming with underwater wildlife, a big treat for any seasoned diver; snorkelling in the reefs of the lake. There are plenty of stunning hiking locations around this hidden wonderland with green overgrowth and clear views of the lake, bound to whisk you away to a truly special tropical paradise.
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The perfect package if you want to experience the best of the beach on the shores of Lake Malawi
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An amazing trip taking in the highlights of 3 countries: Zimbabwe, Zambia & Malawi.