Mvuu Camp offers the perfect alternative for families or cost-conscious guests to explore this magnificent area. Situated in the Liwonde National Park, downstream from Mvuu Wilderness Lodge, Mvuu Camp offers the same activities and a range of accommodation options.
Mvuu Camp Highlights
Mvuu Camp is situated in a magnificent location on the banks of the Shire River in Malawi's premier Liwonde National Park. Overlooking a broad stretch of the river, with a profusion of hippos, crocodiles and the amazing birdlife of the Liwonde National Park, Mvuu Camp operates a river trip that takes guests 30 km along the Shire River, offering an excellent chance to see both game and birds amongst the ever-changing vegetation. Mvuu Camp is ideal for families or guests on a budget and offers a friendly and relaxed atmosphere.
- Being the only safari lodge accommodation in Lilongwe National Park, Mvuu Camp and Mvuu Wilderness Lodge offer the best birding location in Southern Africa.
- From the bar or boma, elephants can be seen during the dry months of the year.
- Guests have the choice between en-suite chalets or walk-in tents, sharing the ablution facilities.
Mvuu Camp Game Viewing and Activities
The area around Mvuu Camp is renowned for boating trips on the Shire River, but also offers early morning, afternoon and evening game drives, bush walks, bike rides and incredible birding. Guests will also have the opportunity to interact with the friendly local people and enjoy a visit to one of the local villages for a cultural experience. Liwonde National Park is home to the largest remaining elephant population in the country and one of only two breeding nuclei of black rhino in Malawi. The Park also has large numbers of impala, reedbuck, waterbuck, warthog and majestic sable, rarely seen in Africa today. Mvuu is known to offer some of the best birding in Malawi. The birdlife is fantastic year-round and over 300 of the country's 650 bird species occur in the Liwonde National Park with species such as BÖhm's Bee-eater, African Skimmer, Palmnut Vulture, White-backed Night-heron and Dickinson's Kestrel. Others such as Livingstone's Flycatcher, Pel's Fishing-owl and Spur-winged Lapwing can also be found in the riverine strip while Liwonde is home to the only population of Lillian's Lovebird in Malawi and also plays host to the rare Brown-breasted Barbet.
Mvuu Wilderness Lodge
Mvuu Lodge promises an exclusive safari experience with incredible wildlife viewing and superb birding within the spectacular Liwonde National Park. Accommodation is luxurious and the tents uniquely located amidst the riverine forest.
Lake Malawi - Southern Lakeshore
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.
Malawi Bush & Island Hideaway
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