Nkwichi Lodge - the
World's Most Romantic Hotel
Nkwichi Lodge had some delightful news from their latest
newsletter. As well as a tasty looking new menu, they’ve also been ranked
at No. 1 in Harpers Bazar's
list of the 10 most romantic hotels in the world!
According to Harpers
Bazaar magazine Nkwichi lodge is one of the most
romantic hotels in the world.And with the new
Star Bed at Nkwichi not many people could dispute
Nkwichi also introduced a wonderful new menu to delight guests'
palates. The new menu comprises a balance of West African cuisine with a
Satemwa: Coffee tours, a pool & the best tea in Africa!
coffee picking season is drawing to a close at Huntingdon House. This year
the lodge hosted five very successful coffee tours. Plus now that the hot
season is arriving in Malawi, the Satemwa team is also happy to announce
that the swimming pool at Chawani Bungalow is ready for use.
of the blogging site, discoveringtea.com, François-Xavier Delmas has been
touring the world’s tea plantations for more than 20 years in search of the
finest teas. In his latest blogs he’s talked about his journey around
Malawi and how he thinks Satemwa's tea is the best black tea in Africa!
News Update and New Research Centre in Liwonde National Park
Central African Wilderness Safaris recent Newsletter proved to be
very positive. As well as new managers at Mvuu,
they also have unveiled a winner of the Lake Malawi Sailing Marathon. There
are also signs that lions may be
returning to Liwonde National Park!
A research facility funded by Central African Wilderness Safaris,
has been built at Mvuu Camp in Malawi’s Liwonde National Park to host the work being conducted
by conservation projects of the UK charity Conservation Research Africa.
Sunbird Ku Chawe Race and Spicy Thursdays at Sunbird
July’s Mount Mulanje Porters Race and Lake Malawi
Sailing Marathon were some of the most adventurous, challenging and
exciting sporting events in Malawi this year and the addition of the
Sunbird Ku Chawe Race has shown an emergence of a
great sporting calendar in Malawi.
Thursday, at lunch and dinner time, Sunbird Mount Soche’s
Picasso’s restaurant is transformed into an exotic paradise with tantalising Indian flavours
and smells... they call it Bombay Blues. On the menu each week is a variety
of spicy treats and favourite Indian dishes such
as Masala, Paneer, Tandoori Chicken, Mutton Pulao, Biryanis, Dum Aloo and
so much more.
A Lake of Stars and Funky
Cichlid Update from Malawian Style
year the Lake of Stars festival takes place over the last weekend of September
(25 - 28 Sept) at Nkopola Lodge on the Southern
Lake-shore. Malawian Style have teamed up with Lake of Stars to put
together some fantastic pre-tour packages, so if this is your vibe get in
touch for more information.
Funky Cichlid is a home away from home for a lot of the Malawian Style
team. With an increasing number of school groups, university groups, school
expeditions and adventure travellers looking for
more than just a bed, they needed a base in Cape Maclear.
A great location, great value for money, friendly staff, good food,
abundance of water sports and of course, a great atmosphere.
Training, Surveys and Wildlife Sightings in Majete
With the cooler, winter temperatures around the
Majete Wildlife Reserve animal sightings have still been plentiful. This
means a lot of the big wildlife of Majete have been photographed for the
latest African Parks Majete Newsletter. On top of that, Staff at the
reserve have been training against fire outbreaks and a survey of all the
reptiles and amphibians in the area has begun.
Two male leopards were caught on the Majete Researchers camera traps down
in the South of the Reserve on the Pende /Masakala Road. All fourteen rhino
were sighted during the quarter with 155 rhino tracking patrols taking
place and The lions were seen on a weekly basis near Thawale Lodge, the
airstrip and at Mvuu Spot and in various parts of the tourism area.
Exploring Lake Malawi by
Bicycle at Pumulani
Pumulani, being the African island-style paradise
that it is, is best known for providing unforgettable Malawi lakeshore
experiences. However recently there has been a large gain in popularity for
is the perfect season for mountain biking in Malawi as the climate is dry
and cool, but the really appealing thing about mountain biking at Pumulani is that it can be combined with kayaking.
Guests are guided through woodland and village areas and finish the ride on
the lake shore across the bay from Pumulani.
Kayaks are waiting there so cyclists can paddle their way back across the Kasankha Bay.
Danforth Yachting undergo Website Updates
Yachting have updated their website, making it brighter, more eye catching
and suitably adaptable to viewing on mobile phones and tablets. They will be regularly updating the
website with local news, photographs, guests comments and tripadvisor
will also be re-doing their thatched bar and watersports area in November
during the quieter season. The team
from Liwonde are skilled thatchers and they'll be there for a week to re-do
the structure. Danforth look forward to sharing new photos of this at the
end of the year, ready for the December holidays.
RSC introduce New Itinerary on
the new Itineraries launched by Responsible Safari Comapny this year is the
Future Earth and Development Course. This new course offers an intense
overview of challenges faced in developing countries seeking to transform
learn in a
culturally sensitive, experiential environment and
take part in
participatory, hands-on workshops on issues ranging from
environmental conservation and sustainable agriculture, to rural healthcare
programmes seeking to treat and combat HIV. This is
a fantastic opportunity to
travel and learn
Not discovered Malawi yet?
Malawi is a hidden gem. It is the unique combination of Landscape,
Wildlife, Lake and, the People which makes this one of Africa’s most
amazing countries. Safe and friendly, Malawi offers visitors a fascinating
variety of sights and experiences. The diversity of landscapes, the huge
lake and the national parks and reserves provide the foundation for the
unrivalled choice of safaris, water sports and outdoor activities on offer.
information on Malawi Tourism visit: www.malawitourism.com
Contact: + 44 (0)115 9727250 firstname.lastname@example.org