Mvuu Camp, Liwonde, Malawi

Mvuu Camp is an Adventures Camp

Things to do at Mvuu Camp

Mvuu Camp offers a wide range of activities through Liwonde National Park, considered the most prolific wildlife area in Malawi, as well as excursions in the surrounding communities.

River safaris

Superb river cruises take in the languid Shire River, where guests may get close to hippo pods, bathing elephant, crocodile and a host of colourful birdlife.

Nature walks

A morning or afternoon walk with an experienced guide means that you may find a porcupine, Dickinson’s kestrel or inquisitive impala on foot and away from the confines of a safari vehicle.

Game drives

Named after Chief Liwonde who had championed its protection, the Liwonde National Park harbours very diverse landscapes. Travel through these in search of equally diverse wildlife.

Night drives

After a sundowner stop at some idyllic location, return to camp after dark, when a different wildlife component comes to life.

Game drives into the Rhino Sanctuary

There is a black rhino conservation programme and it is possible (with special permission) to visit the Rhino Sanctuary in the Park, which also contains other game and different bird species.


Liwonde National Park offers some of the best birding in Malawi. Specials include brown-breasted barbet, Böhm's bee-eater, African skimmer and Livingstone's flycatcher to mention just a few.

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Submitted by: Anthony Grote, Jul 2, 2013

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Latest News From Mvuu Camp

  • Mvuu Camp - July 2014
    Jul 31, 2014

    A breathtaking sight of a herd of happy elephants was spotted in the Shire River – more than 50 splashing in merriness! Monthly Newsletter for Mvuu Lodge, Malawi - July 2014

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  • Mvuu Camp – June 2014
    Jun 30, 2014

    Great sightings of serval and civet at Mvuu, not to mention excellent birding as usual…

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  • Mvuu Lodge and Camp – March 2014
    Mar 31, 2014

    Dramatic rescue of a snared rhino in the Rhino Sanctuary, Liwonde National Park, Malawi

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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