Mvuu Camp nestles discreetly on the banks of the Shire River, which drains Lake Malawi to the south. The Shire is also the largest in Malawi and forms the western boundary of the internationally acclaimed Liwonde National Park.
The camp comprises of twelve stone and canvas chalets and specially-designed family units. The thatched dining and lounge area is situated nearby, offering a magnificent view to the river over lawns that hippos often use. Dinners under the stars are offered in a specially constructed boma. Mvuu Camp also offers a custom-built education and conference centre with facilities for up to 40 delegates or smaller corporate and team building functions.
Activities include boat trips on the Shire River, traditional game drives (morning and afternoon/evening), birding, nature walks and bike rides.
Arriving at Mvuu Camp can be via a boat safari along 30km of the Shire River from Liwonde town or via a short boat trip across from the park entrance. The boat safari offering an excellent chance to spot wildlife, especially elephant, hippos and crocodile along the way.
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