Chelinda Lodge

Malawi

Open: Year round

Location: Nyika Plateau

 

Rooms: 8 double storey log cabins. There is one large enough for families to share together.

Activities:  Here you can enjoy day and night game drives in closed 4x4 vehicles with roof hatches; walking, mountain biking, and birding are also available.

 

Facilities: Swimming pool; There is a main building with a lovely dining area located around the fire. The outside deck is a wonderful place to enjoy the stunning African sunset. There is also a quiet lounge ideal for pre or post dinner drinks.  

Dining: Meals are served in the dining room around the fire.

 

Children: Children aged 7 and over are welcome

Health: Due to the altitude, there is no malaria here.

Communication:There is no mobile phone signal or internet/wifi for guest use 

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Client Rating for Malawi 5/5 from 10 reviews

Another not-to-be-missed place to stay, with drives through wonderful scenery and seeing very special animals, as well as some colourful flowers just emerging after the annual burning of about half of the grassland area - for firebreak and conservation purposes. Frosty mornings but evening log fires, including in the beautiful and spacious log cabins, and plentiful hot water - as well as excellent food - made the stay very comfortable. Larger groups are allocated to a guide, who helps them plan their activities during their stay and these can include whole day drives to about 3 different destinations. As a sole traveller, I didn't get the option to do the longer drives but was happy to join in any other drives available.

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