Mvuu Wilderness Lodge
Mvuu Wilderness Lodge is named after the Chewa word for hippopotamus – Mvuu – and lives up to its name as a great place to spot a good variety of river wildlife. Situated on the banks of the Shire River in Malawi's Liwonde National Park, the lodge has five tents on decks and overlooks a lagoon (a old ox-bow side-channel of the river) where game can very often be spotted coming down to drink.
Our view of Mvuu Wilderness Lodge
Liwonde National Park is beautiful park, with a stunning river and a good population of elephants – although it doesn't have the density or variation of game that you'll find in larger parks, like Zambia's South Luangwa. Mvuu Wilderness Lodge is a great place to come and relax for birding and river activities.
Rooms at Mvuu Wilderness Lodge
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Mvuu is a small and intimate lodge, nestled in the thick riverine vegetation.