Kumbali Country Lodge is a perfect stopover for guests visiting other Malawi destinations such as Lake Malawi. Lake Malawi is renowned as the third largest and the second deepest lake in Africa. Lake Malawi is a major food source to the residents of Malawi, due to the lakes water being rich with fish.
Enjoy a village experience at the Kumbali Cultural Village, located near Kumbali Country Lodge. Guests can shop at the local arts & crafts stalls for souvenirs. Engage with the locals and experience the traditional Malawian cuisine such as nsima (staple food made from grain flour, usually maize), pumpkin leaves with groundnut flour, amaranth leaves, beans with tomato and onion relish, and mandazi (fried dough) with honey for dessert. Dance the night away with the locals at the fire pit with song, traditional dancers and the Kumbali Band. Visit Nature’s Gift Permaculture Centre, which demonstrate and promote solutions for food and nutrition security in Malawi. Guests are taken on a tour at the permaculture centre where they are shown the daily activities of how the centre operates. The grounds around Kumbali Country Lodge offer sightings of a wide variety of bird species. Bird species to spot include the African Harrier Hawk and the Yellow Fronted Tinkerbird. The Permaculture Centre also offers bird watching activities, which are led and organized by experienced guides with knowledge in the area. After a long day guests can unwind and enjoy a sundowner or two at the restaurant and socialise with other guests.
Makuzi Beach Lodge offers a remote and private hideaway in a heavenly setting overlooking the breathtaking Lake Malawi. Makuzi Beach Lodge welcomes families with children and offers a wide range of water and land activities.
Kaya Mawa Lodge on Lake Malawi has been ranked as one of the most romantic destinations on the planet; with its crystal clear waters, remarkable natural surroundings and cosy thatch cottages it offers the ideal setting for a perfect honeymoon or a private retreat.
Mumbo Island Camp is simply magnificent and offers an idyllic setting in Lake Malawi National Park. The focus at Mumbo Island Camp is on non-motorised water activities, which includes snorkelling, scuba diving, kayaking, nature trails and birding.
Malawi is home to Lake Malawi, Africa's largest lake resembling an inland sea. Boating, snorkelling and freshwater scuba diving are popular with visitors. Spend 6 nights soaking up the sun and the remainder of your time enjoying game drives in the Liwonde National Park.
A unique, farm-style building within the working yard of Kande Horse Trails, The Stables Guest House offers 3 beautiful second-storey rooms overlooking the open stables with access to large covered balcony areas.
Norman Carr Cottage is situated on the southern lake shore of Lake Malawi, in the beautiful sheltered bay of Namakoma just 15km south of Monkey Bay. An idyllic sandy beach front and pure rest and relaxation.
This is itinerary is ideal for sun seekers and waterbabies. Stay on an uninhabited island in the middle of Lake Malawi, spend days in beach villas on the shores of the lake and explore the tropical fish of the southern regions of Malawi. The perfect way to spend 6 nights.
Madzi Kuwala is the ideal lakeside retreat to enjoy with friends and family. Sleeping up to 13 people the villa has been tastefully furnished and, although the property is self catered, there are staff at hand to prepare meals and help tidy up.