Mvuu Lodge, Liwonde, Malawi

Mvuu Lodge is a Classic Camp

Wildlife at Mvuu Lodge

The gem in Malawi’s wildlife crown, Liwonde National Park straddles the beautiful Shire River and its floodplains. The park harbours a surprisingly abundant wildlife population: large numbers of elephant, reedbuck, waterbuck and sable, with a dense population of hippo in the river.Buffalo, Lichtenstein's hartebeest, zebra, roan, eland and rare black rhino have been introduced into “The Sanctuary,” a 4 000ha fenced area within Liwonde. The birdlife is prolific – over 300 of the country's 650 bird species occur in the Park.


What You Could See at Mvuu Lodge

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Latest News From Mvuu Lodge

  • Mvuu Lodge and Camp - January 2014
    Jan 31, 2014

    A birder’s paradise, with the highlight of the month a pair of African pittas spotted in the Ntangai Thicket!

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  • Mvuu Camp and Mvuu Lodge - August 2013
    Sep 16, 2013

    Large breeding herds of elephant have been seen feeding along the river, but moving into the riverine forest as soon as it gets hot. In addition to these herds, we have also enjoyed sightings of lone bulls and even some bachelor herds.

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  • Mvuu Lodge - June 2013
    Jul 5, 2013

    Like many others in Africa, the small population of black rhino in Liwonde is severely threatened by poaching. This, coupled with the limited resources of Malawi’s Department of National Parks and Wildlife in continuing its...

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A Quote From Our Guests

“ As one of the final legs of our family vacation to Africa, Mvuu Lodge was one of the highlights. Situated deep within the beautiful park itself, the Mvuu Lodge offers luxury entwined with the nature that surrounds it. ”
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Reviewed by: Hannahrose44, 2013.08.12