Pumulani Lodge is a luxurious and exclusive beach lodge situated on the secluded shores of Lake Malawi. Pumulani offers a spectacular setting on the untouched western shore of the Nankumba Peninsula. Lake Malawi National Park is a World Heritage Site where hundreds of species of fish, including rare and colourful cichlids, swim in the clear blue waters of the lake. Luxurious accommodation, personal service and breathtaking views make Pumulani the perfect African beach lodge.
Activities at Pumulani Lodge include water sports; such as snorkelling, kayaking, waterskiing, diving and fishing. Sunset cruises are offered on a traditional wooden dhow, a 40ft (12-metre) boat that was hand built by Malawian craftsmen. Other activities include guided walks through some of the local villages, as well as incredible bird watching. Lake Malawi is the world's most ecologically diverse lake. Its crystal clear waters are home to more than a thousand species of fish, including hundreds of species of colourful cichlids. The southern part of the lake boasts some the best fresh water diving in Africa with tropical fish swimming, undisturbed, amongst beautiful volcanic islands. The calm waters are excellent for snorkelling.
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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.
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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.