Mvuu Camp, Liwonde, Malawi

Mvuu Camp is an Adventures Camp

Non-stop hippo-ing and birding

Mvuu Camp overlooks a broad stretch of the Shire River (pronounced Shiree) in the Liwonde National Park. The camp is a clever mix of stone and canvas chalets and specially-designed family tents, which total 12 units or 48 beds. An impressive thatched dining and lounge area is situated between two enormous baobabs, and dinners are sometimes held under the stars in a specially constructed boma. A custom-built education and conference centre has facilities for up to 40 delegates or smaller corporate and teambuilding functions.

Highlights

  • There are specially-designed family tents just right for families of different sizes
  • Mvuu Camp offers a wide range of options including camping, self-catering and full board
  • The view of the Shire River generally holds a profusion of hippo, crocs and amazing birdlife.
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Some things to do at Mvuu Camp

  • First time to Africa
  • Travelled to Africa
  • Seasoned Traveller
  • Take a River Safari down the Shire River for high hippo numbers, magical birds and other wildlife.

  • Enjoy morning and afternoon-evening game drives with knowledgeable guides showing you the wonders of Liwonde.

  • Embark on a morning nature walk to get more in touch with your senses and with Africa.

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Submitted by: Anthony Grote, Jul 2, 2013

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Latest News From Mvuu Camp

  • Mvuu Lodge and Camp – December 2013
    Dec 31, 2013

    Between Mvuu Lodge and Camp, the annual bird species tally now stands at more than 300!

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  • Mvuu Camp & Mvuu lodge - October 2013
    Oct 30, 2013

    A male lions visits the camp area and crowds of incredible migrant birds arrive; not to mention a great variety of general game sightings…

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  • Mvuu Camp and Mvuu Lodge - September 2013
    Oct 5, 2013

    WildlifeElephants moving through the camp and lodge have become quite a common occurrence as they make their way to the Shire River for their daily drink. Waterbuck, impala, kudu, warthog and bushbuck are common sightings along the...

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A Quote From Our Guests

“ Elephants in the camp at 3am was hugely exciting, as was warthog walking through in the afternoon! Hugely knowledgable guides who take care to find you something new every time ”
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Reviewed by: Hannah V, 2013.08.19