Beach lodges & resorts in Shore of Lake Malawi
Pumulani is a luxury beach lodge located high on a hill on the west side of Nankumba Peninsula, towards the southern end of Lake ...More about Pumulani
Our second visit to Pumulani. Beautiful location, high above the lake, and excellent spacious accommodation with large bedroom and living area, plus views of the setting ... reviews...
Mumbo Island Camp is a small sustainable eco-camp located on Mumbo Island - ten kilometres off Cape Maclear on Lake Malawi. ...More about Mumbo Island
Mumbo Island isa small, laid back and a relaxing sort of place. A great camp to stay for a few days. We especially liked watching the birds from our chalets or the dining ... reviews...
The simple Chintheche Inn, owned and managed by Wilderness Safaris, is situated on the western shore of Lake Malawi, Africa's ...More about Chintheche Inn
Great location and rooms, not sure it was worth the money though. Loved the candlelit dinner on beach. Lake not great for snorkelling here as quite tidal compared to ... reviews...
Close to the town of Mangochi, Makokola Retreat, previously known as Club Makokola or 'Club Mak' is a large thatched family-owned ...More about Makokola Retreat
The room needed a good clean inch of dust is not good. Food was good as long as your waiter understood you when you ask for butter the tomato sauce arrived! But the place ... reviews...
Home to Howard and Michelle Massey-Hicks, Danforth Lodge is a simple, owner-run lodge situated in Chembe village at Cape Maclear, ...More about Danforth Lodge
This was the ideal place to go after Namibia. The lodge was lovely, Howard and Michelle the perfect hosts and so welcoming as were the whole staff. Food was very good ... reviews...
Nestled in dense bush, beside a small beach on the island's western shore, Kayak Africa's Domwe Island has five large tents and ...More about Domwe Island
Pretty much had the island to ourselves. Nice and relaxing. Had a Kayak Africa staff cooking for us. There is no way we can eat that much food! When so many local people ... reviews...
A two-hour drive from Lilongwe, the Livingstonia Beach Hotel (part of Le Meridien Group) has 32 colonial-style rooms set in tropical gardens, alongside a beautiful beach. The rooms are spacious with en-suite facilities and fans, although the décor is a bit dated. Meals are taken either in the formal ...More about Livingstonia Beach
Ten kilometres south of Chintheche is Makuzi Beach, a small owner-run lodge beside the water's edge. Makuzi has eight comfortable en-suite stone chalets overlooking the beach, with the main bar and dining area built on the rocks above the shoreline. As well as the usual lake activities, it is also ...More about Makuzi Beach
Owned by Howard and Michelle, who run Danforth Yachting, Yacht Mufasa is a stunning, large ocean-going catamaran. It can be chartered for longer trips up and down the lake, and also for short trips close to the bay. This is an amazing boat − 38 feet long and almost as wide, with plenty ...More about Yacht Mufasa