Chelinda Camp, Nyika, Malawi

Chelinda Camp is an Adventures Camp

Wildlife at Chelinda Camp

Nyika National Park harbours important populations of roan, eland, Crawshay's zebra, southern reedbuck, bushbuck, warthog, spotted hyaena and side-striped jackal. Elephant are occasionally spotted, with leopard often seen in the daytime owing to the temperate climate.

About 400 bird species occur in Nyika. Some specials include augur buzzard, blue swallow (seasonal) and Denham's bustard. Nyika is a botanists' delight with masses of wild alpine flowers including 11 localised orchid species, exquisite dieramas, gladioli, protea and kniphofia.


What You Could See at Chelinda Camp

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Latest Chelinda Camp Album

Submitted by: Kai Collins, Dec 21, 2012

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Latest News From Chelinda Camp

  • Chelinda Camp – January 2014
    Jan 31, 2014

    Summer at Chelinda means excellent game viewing in a breathtaking landscape

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  • Chelinda Camp and Chelinda Lodge - October 2013
    Oct 28, 2013

    Regular rain encourages vegetation growth, in turn providing outstanding game viewing and birding

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  • Chelinda Camp and Chelinda Lodge - September 2013
    Oct 8, 2013

    Elephant sightings have been quite rare, but signs of their presence have been abundant all over the area.

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A Quote From Our Guests

“ Nyika NP is stunningly beautiful - European highlands with African wildlife, more or less. Green rolling hills, rocky outcrops, patches of woodland, an abundance of wildflowers - and lots of animals ”
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Reviewed by: LifeThroughALens, 2012.05.27