The Mvuu Camp consists of five twin chalets, five family chalets and three roundavels, all of which are comfortably and simply furnished.
The chalets are built on a stone basis with canvas roof and stone-walled en suite bathroom. The camp has a central dining and bar area in a large thatched roof building also including the main reception and a small curio shop. The main lodge overlooks the beautiful wide Shire River where you can see pods of hippo and elephant herds playing in the water.
The restaurant serves tasty food and your activities here include walks (with armed scout), game drives and also boat trips on the river. Located near to the camp is also a rhino reserve which is home to around seven black rhino and while sightings can never be guaranteed it could just be the highlight of your trip. The guides at the camp are excellent; they are well trained, knowledgeable and informative.
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Perhaps the most authentic bush lodge in Malawi, Mvuu Wilderness Lodge is excellently run, has attentive and friendly staff and is in an idyllic location.