Picturesque landscapes coupled with spectacular wildlife sightings at Nyika National Park

We have approached slightly warmer months on the Nyika Plateau and the favourable weather conditions have induced the shooting of a colourful array of flowers, as well as lush green grasses. Over the past weeks, guests visiting Chelinda Camp and Chelinda Lodge have enjoyed scenic view

Sustainable travel that makes a difference – an overview of our CAWS operation

As this year's World Tourism Day calls us to focus on the theme 'Sustainable Tourism for Development,' here's an overview of how we have tried to ensure the sustainability of our CAWS operation, so as to contribute to the development of the country’s economic, social and environmental

Sangwala Trail launched in Nyika National Park

Guests visiting Chelinda Camp and Lodge can now sign up for the Sangwala Trail – a three-day fully-catered trek that spans across 43kms of lush montane grasslands and woodlands. “Sangwala,” the name of the trail is derived from a combination of the names of the two overnight camps – S

Fresh new image collections for Mvuu & Mumbo by Juliet Lemon

We’ve refreshed our image library with lots of great photos by Juliet Lemon Photography. Juliet spent some time at our camps and a few other properties across Malawi, where she captured an array of striking photographs that beautifully portray the properties and their offering, as wel

Mvuu guests enjoy regular cheetah sightings and spot rare kill

Following our last update on the translocation of four cheetahs to Liwonde National Park in May, our guests are now being treated to regular sightings, with several back-to-back cheetah sightings reported in a single day, as well as an extremely rare sighting of one of the male cheeta

Extremely rare Caspian Terns spotted in Liwonde – a first for Malawi

In late January, we recorded our first-ever (reported) sighting of Caspian Terns in Malawian skies, and since then, the extremely rare bird species has been paying us periodic surprise visits.

Peter Wilson of Three Journeys Round visits Mvuu Camp

Peter Wilson from the Three Journeys Round project recently visited Mvuu Camp and spent some time at the Children in the Wilderness Eco-Clubs, which are conducted at Nanthomba School in Liwonde.