Chintheche Inn, Lake Malawi, Malawi

Chintheche Inn is an Adventures Camp

The finest beach on Lake Malawi

Chintheche Inn is set on the western shores of central Lake Malawi, characterised by pristine sandy beaches that are palm-fringed, and dotted by fishing villages and patches of lowland tropical forest. Ten comfortable, brightly furnished rooms with en-suite bathrooms look out over the panoramic shoreline. The extensive grounds and gardens feature a campsite and a large pool. There is a central dining area and bar, although dining usually takes place (weather permitting) under the stars.


  • Each room has its own beach-view balcony overlooking the Lake’s sparkling waters
  • Lake Malawi is Africa’s third largest and second deepest lake
  • Ideal, comfortable base for families and groups wanting to explore the Lakeside
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Some things to do at Chintheche Inn

  • First time to Africa
  • Travelled to Africa
  • Seasoned Traveller
  • Cycle through the local Lakeshore villages on a mountain bike.

  • Relax on or stroll along one of the finest beaches on this freshwater Lake.

  • Snorkel in Lake Malawi to see the largest variety and number of cichlid fish species on Earth.

Latest News From Chintheche Inn

  • Chintheche Inn - July 2014
    Jul 31, 2014

    The lush gardens at Chintheche Inn are a haven for an array of birdlife, including often-seen pied kingfisher and African hoopoe…

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  • Chintheche Inn– June 2014
    Jun 30, 2014

    The birdlife around Chintheche Inn is spectacular with almost too many species to list…

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  • Chintheche Inn - June 2013
    Jul 31, 2013

    Our birds are still tweeting though, and seem to be getting more active. A highlight for us as the Inn is that we are getting regular visits of a genet.

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A Quote From Our Guests

“ This is a beautiful small resort situated on a lovely stretch of beach on lake Malawi. The beach has white sand, plenty of trees and very nicely furnished with local crafts. Food was also great. ”
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Reviewed by: Mansourhe, 2013.09.19