Pumulani Lodge

Pumulani is not just any African beach lodge – it’s an exquisite sanctuary of luxury, personalized service, and breathtaking views of Lake Malawi. Renowned Dutch architect G. Hooft Graafland meticulously designed each of the ten villas, taking inspiration from the surrounding natural beauty and adapting them to their unique locations. The sweeping curves of the spacious villas gracefully mirror the patterns and movements of the lake, ensuring that they blend seamlessly into their stunning surroundings.

Every villa boasts a generously-sized bedroom that leads out onto a private deck, perfect for soaking up the early morning sun. The spacious bathrooms offer magnificent views and are equipped with a double shower, bathtub, and double sink. The lounge area is perfect for guests who want to unwind in the comfort of their own room.

Pumulani’s central area comprises an open restaurant with an undercover area, bar, and a cosy fire area, all offering spectacular views of the lake. One of the two infinity swimming pools is situated on a lower terraced deck, while the other is down by the beach accessible via three raised walkways with steps leading off from the central area to the villas. The name Pumulani is derived from the local Chichewa language and means “rest well” – and that is exactly what guests can expect to do in this beautiful and tranquil haven.

Kaya Mawa

Experience the magical aura of Kaya Mawa, a hidden gem nestled on the shores of Lake Malawi’s Likoma Island. Here, the warm hospitality of the local staff embraces you, and you’re transported into a world of simple pleasures and timeless luxury with all the modern conveniences you need. Kaya Mawa means “Maybe Tomorrow” in the local language, embodying the laid-back and carefree atmosphere that permeates this idyllic retreat.

Each of the eleven rooms and private villa at Kaya Mawa is unique and offers something extraordinary. You can relax on serene and secluded decks, enjoy romantic dinners with your significant other, or retreat to lakeside chalets with private lounges. You may find yourself showering under the stars, taking a moonlit dip in your private pool, or strolling hand-in-hand along the beach after dinner.

For those seeking adventure, Kaya Mawa offers a range of activities such as stand-up-paddle boarding, kayaking, kitesurfing, waterskiing, sailing, quad-biking, and a full PADI dive school. As the sun sets on another perfect day, indulge in a massage at the spa, nestled among the rocks on the lake, and let all your cares melt away. You might just find yourself thinking, “Shouldn’t I be leaving?… maybe tomorrow.”

Best of Zambia & Lake Malawi

This 13-day adventure takes you on a journey through some of the most beautiful and diverse landscapes of Zambia and Malawi. Begin by exploring the incredible Lower Zambezi National Park, with its stunning forests and waterways teeming with wildlife, before moving on to the world-famous South Luangwa National Park, home to the elusive leopard and a plethora of other amazing animals. After your thrilling safari experiences, escape to the unspoiled wilderness of Malawi, where you’ll discover the breathtakingly beautiful Likoma Island, set like a jewel in the sparkling waters of Lake Malawi.

Jewels of Malawi

This is a 9 – day journey through Malawi. This country may be one of Africa’s smallest countries but when it comes to exploration and adventure, it has tremendous amounts to offer; from grasslands and forests, mountaintops, unspoilt wildlife parks to Africa’s third largest and most beautiful Lake! Enjoy game drives, walking safaris & boat safari in Majete Wildlife Reserve and Liwonde National Park before you continue to the famous Lake Malawi. Malawi is known as the “Warm Heart of Africa” and as people, the Malawians live up to this name. They are extremely friendly and welcoming.