Nkwichi Lodge, Mozambique

A star bed, Nkwichi

Nkwichi Lodge hugs the eastern shore of Lake Niassa, the ninth largest freshwater lake in the world – 560 by 80 kilometers and up to 700 meters deep – and more commonly known as Lake Malawi outside Mozambique, which only has a small portion of the lake. With six chalets and two houses, each with […]

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Cruising Lake Malawi

Lake view from Pumulani

The race is in its 30th year, even though you might not have heard of it. From June 28 through July 5, sailors – expert and not so expert – will be gathering on Lake Malawi for a sailing marathon that takes them from Cape Maclear at the very south to to the exotically named […]

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Katundu Textiles & Beachwear

Textile Bonanza, Likoma Island

The interiors of Kaya Mawa on Likoma Island, on the shore of Lake Malawi, were made by Katundu, an island company set up by the wife of one of the directors to assist women on the island. Katundu employs 26 women, all single mothers or older orphans – and two male tailors – who create […]

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Kaya Mawa, Malawi

Pool on the Lake

Kaya Mawa has used, in its construction, not only the natural surroundings – on Likoma Island, in Lake Malawi – but also natural building materials. Built by hand, without the aid of power tools, it took six years to create. All the rooms are built from rocks that were brought straight from the lake by locals […]

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Pumulani, Malawi

Dive In - Twice - at Pumulani

Who They Are Pumulani on Lake Malawi, a UNESCO site in Lake Malawi National Park, is a new lodge that belongs to Robin Pope Safaris. There are ten large villas nestled in the lush hills above the still waters of the lake, providing excellent design and comfort. Their distinctive grass roofs deflect the heat of […]

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