The comfortable Mkulumadzi Lodge is beautifully set in the Majete Wildlife Reserve that forms part of the Great African Rift Valley.
Nestling in the shade of gigantic Leadwood Trees at the junction of the Shire and the Mkulumadzi River, it offers the perfect combination of idyllic remoteness with first-class lodging.
The Majete Reserve has remained untouched by the bustle of mass tourism. Every expedition that leads you deep into the reserve’s pristine nature is an adventure par excellence.
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In fact, the adventure starts with the access to the Mkulumadzi Lodge: A hanging bridge elegantly spans the river of the same name and arches daringly across to the lodge.
Refined luxury and absolute privacy are the Mkulumadzi Lodge’s signature hallmarks. You may look forward to a place of serene peacefulness at the heart of Malawi’s breathtakingly beautiful nature.
Only eight stately safari chalets are set along the Shire River’s banks. Generously spaced apart for your privacy, towering Leadwood trees and wild mangos cast welcome shade.
The chalets feature a spacious and comfortable furnished bedroom that invites you leave the stress and tension of everyday life far behind. Make yourself comfortable and recharge your batteries!
The Mkulumadzi’s superb restaurant takes care of your culinary wellbeing. Specialising in both local and international cuisine, the fine delicacies may be served either indoors or out on the terrace.
The lounge terrace is the perfect spot to kick back after a long and exciting day spent out and about on safari. Enjoy a refreshing drink and share your safari adventures with the other guests. An open fireplace invites you to gather round on a cool night.
And on a hot day, why not cool off with a splash in the lodge’s large swimming pool? The swimming pool is also perfect for starting the day with a few easy laps before breakfast.
The wildlife observation excursions into the Majete Reserve are offered early in the morning and late in the afternoon: certainly the best hours for wildlife spotting. Moreover, this schedule leaves you with sufficient time to enjoy the lodge’s wonderful facilities, for example, sipping a steaming tea on the terrace.
And then, of course, there is plenty to see without even having to leave the lodge: Hippopotamus bathe in the Shire River and countless bird species may be spotted in the trees all around. Welcome!
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