Mvuu Camp

Mvuu Camp has a spectacular vantage point along the Shire River that draws all manner of fauna to its banks. The camp, comprising 14 units as well as a nearby campsite, is a clever mix of spacious stone and canvas chalets and specially designed family tents. An impressive thatched dining and lounge area offers a magnificent river vista that is framed by two large baobab trees. Dinners are sometimes held under the stars in a specially constructed boma. A custom-built education and conference centre with facilities for up to 40 delegates or smaller corporate and team building functions is available.Mvuu Camp offers a wide range of accommodation options such as full board rates and camping, and a variety of activities including boat safaris on the Shire River, game drives, nature walks & trails and non-stop birding. Trips to community projects in nearby villages and Nanthomba School are also popular.

Accommodation Summary

Rooms

Mvuu Camp – Family Chalet

There are five family units with two beds per room. The bathroom is shared by both rooms.

Mvuu Camp – Standard Chalet

There are seven twin bedded chalets. The twin beds can be moved together to make a double bed.

Facilities

Videos

Mvuu Camp and Lodge

Mvuu Camp and Lodge

Mvuu Camp, Liwonde National Park

This aerial video features Mvuu Camp, a key property in the Central African Wilderness Safaris portfolio that is ideal for families, small corporate groups and travellers seeking an affordable safari camp experience in Liwonde National Park. Credits: Craig McPherson

Liwonde National Park

his aerial video features the spectacular natural surroundings and wildlife of Malawi’s premier wildlife destination – Liwonde National Park. Credits: Toby Richards.

Elephants swimming in the Shire River

These elephants were seen having a swim down the Shire River during a boat transfer, which was taking our guests to Mvuu Camp & Mvuu Lodge​.

Elephant sighting at the Shire River in Liwonde National Park

This herd of elephants was spottedgrazing and quenching their thirst by the Shire River.