Mvuu Camp, Liwonde, Malawi

Mvuu Camp is an Adventures Camp

4Cs Projects at Mvuu Camp

Liwonde National Park is where Wilderness Safaris is most actively involved in conservation efforts in Malawi, to say nothing of helping to build schools and other initiatives in the communities across the river.


Liwonde National Park

About 500 people living outside the park benefit financially from the existence of Mvuu Lodge and Mvuu Camp. Wilderness is also involved in logistical support for Liwonde National Park game scouts, helps with infrastructure development, and assists in wildlife translocations and an annual census.

Nanthomba School

A derelict building with no furniture, Nanthomba School just outside Liwonde National Park has been transformed into a well-run school for 400 kids. Its construction is the brainchild of Mvuu employees who were motivated by the Children in the Wilderness programme and backed financially by an inspired Mvuu guest.

Community Interaction

Mvuu hosts over 2 000 schoolchildren annually from all over Malawi on day visits to Liwonde National Park, encouraging a sense of appreciation and responsibility for Malawi's threatened natural heritage. Children are taught about the importance of conservation.

Children in the Wilderness Malawi

Children in the Wilderness Malawi began in 2002, since then running camp programmes at Mvuu Camp, as well as Eco-Clubs in the nearby villages, and providing scholarships for a number of children in secondary school.

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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