Malawi Kayak Adventures
Take a 7 Day Malawi Kayak Tours for an unforgettable castaway experience. There is so much on offer at these idealic camps set along the clear waters of Lake Malawi, from kayaking to scuba diving to just simply laying back on a hammock taking in the views. Great for honeymooners!
Reserve your trip today with our specials to Lake Malawi and indulge your castaway fantasy from the luxury of a private island camp!
Come and stay at one of our idealic tented camps set along the Lake Malawi on Mumbo island and Domwe Island in the southern part of Lake Malawi. Visitors will kayak and dive amongst the many multi-coloured fish indiginous to lake. Relax in island-style hammocks and luxury tents overlooking.
Mumbo Island is a pristine and deserted tropical island, an undisputed jewel of the Lake Malawi National Park. The Island has never been populated, and is still in it’s natural state with a thick covering of miombo woodland and ancient fig and baobab trees. The theme of the camp is barefoot luxury - there is everything that you need and nothing that you don't. Sleeping only fourteen guests in fully furnished tents with shaded decks, hammocks, and en suite hot bucket showers and ‘eco-loos’. Also equippred with a dining room, bar and lovely lounge under a baobab tree.
Built from reeds, timber, thatch and canvas the camp is perched on high rocks overlooking the water and blending in with the African bush. The whole of Mumbo Island lies within an exclusive concession, thus guaranteeing privacy in paradise.
Mumbo Island Camp ranks amongst the finest in Malawi, and was chosen as one of the Top 100 Hotels in the World in the UK Sunday Times Travel Magazine!
Domwe Island is the largest unpopulated island in Lake Malawi, unlike all other Lake Malawi islands, is well populated with mammals which have crossed onto the island and is part of the Lake Malawi National Park. The Domwe Island Adventure Camp is basic yet exclusive lying behind a small beach on the island’s west side. The camp is run on a self-catered basis, equipped with kitchen facilities, with full-time staff members, fully stocked with fridges, pots and pans, crockery and cutlery.
Accommodation consists of three fully-furnished safari tents and two tent sites, complemented by a dining area with bar and a water sport gazebo.
Note: Motorised boats are used as safety back-up and to supply the camps. These boats are also available for anyone unwilling or unable to kayak.