Kumbali Country Lodge, located only 10 minutes away from the centre of Malawi’s capital city of Lilongwe on a picturesque working farm, have some exciting news to share in their latest newsletter which we’ve summarised below.
On August 27, 2023, Kumbali”s Sunday Summer Soiree was a huge success! Collaborating with the Sunday Soiree team, they turned the Kumbali Castle garden into a celebration of food, drinks, fashion, and music. With 300 attendees, it kicked off with brunch in our summer house then different culinary experiences and music in the castle garden. It was the perfect way to bid adieu to August!
As September is in full swing, aligning with the Ministry of Tourism’s declaration of Tourism Month under the theme of sustainable tourism, Kumbali invite you to immerse yourself in their offerings. Discover the essence of sustainability while indulging in the special experiences at Kumbali Lake Retreat in Lifuwu, Salima and Kumbali Country Lodge in Area 44, Lilongwe.
Kumbali are excited to share that their Kumbali Castle construction is now in full swing. Construction is underway, with walls being elevated. This indoor event space will feature amenities such as a salon, spa, and everything essential for weddings and similar occasions. Stay tuned for more updates as they create this exciting new venue.
The Kumbali banana plantation is flourishing and gaining popularity, with fresh bananas now available at esteemed stores such as Chipiku and Food Lovers. You can take a banana plantation tour when you visit Kumbali too. Just inform the team of your interest and they will make arrangements for your visit.
The team are thrilled to have hosted their inaugural wedding at Kumbali Garden, and the celebration marked the beginning of many weddings to come. Kumbali are accepting bookings for summer 2023 and 2024 weddings, offering the exclusive wedding special package to make each event truly unforgettable.
Find out more about Kumbali Country Lodge on their dedicated page here.
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