Kuthengo Camp

Liwonde National Park
The intimate Kuthengo Camp is nestled among fever and baobab trees on a large open plain stretching towards the spectacular Shire River in the unspoiled and virtually untouched Liwonde National Park. The national park stretches along the eastern shore of the Shire River as it cuts a lazy, 250 mile ribbon between Lake Malawi and the Zambezi and is home to the critically endangered black-horned rhino. And most exciting for visitors and conservationists alike, is the recent reintroduction of lions and cheetahs - both previously extinct in Liwonde - making game viewing much more diverse in this park than ever before. Activities include game drives filled with wildlife sightings, adventurous walking safaris and peaceful boating safaris. The camp boasts four spacious en-suite safari tents, each with an outdoor shower, bathtub, double basin and state-of-the-art ‘Evening Breeze’ air-conditioned beds, as well as a private deck for enjoying sunset views. The main area and dining area are located under a magnificent fever tree, overlooking the Shire River where herds of elephants and other game are frequently seen coming down for a drink or to cool off.
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AT A GLANCE

  • 4 modern safari tents
  • En-suite bathrooms with double basins, bath and outdoor shower
  • Evening Breeze air conditioning units designed to cool the air within your mosquito net and not the entire room
  • Game drives, walking safaris, boating safaris and hiking
  • All Inclusive: 3 meals daily, soft drinks, house wines, local brand spirits and beer, safari activities, laundry
  • Solar power with backup generator
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