Likoma Island is one of the most isolated and beautiful destinations in Malawi, located in the the northern region of Lake Malawi this enchanting island features stunning sandy beaches, lush vegetation, baobab tree forests and mango trees.
With breathtaking views of the mountains and wilderness of Mozambique, Likoma Island remains almost untouched since its discovery.
Likoma is an unspoilt natural paradise and offers the ultimate luxury beach destination in Africa and represent the perfect destination for chilling after a safari.
Likoma Island, surrounded by the pristine waters of Lake Malawi, is widely regarded as having the best diving on the Lake, infact beneath the lake’s sparkling waters there is a stunning plethora of marine life.
Lake Malawi is one of the deepest lakes in the world and is the most diverse fresh water eco system on the planet as well as harbouring an estimated 1000+ fish species.
Set alongside the lake and with a private sandy beach the luxury lodge Kaya Mawa, offers the ultimate beach destination in Africa, a timeless luxury for complete relaxation and indulgence, or to enjoy a variety of unique watersports.
From the pristine white sandy beach, the stunning lodge is blended in with nature without intruding on the natural beauty of its surroundings.
Kaya Mawa is a stunning and responsibly and eco sustainably run property and one of the best beach lodges in Africa; voted in the top ten ‘Most Romantic Places in the World’ by Conde Nast is a really romantic retreat taht provide a secluded luxury accommodation.
Kaya Mawa maintain a strong community connection, the staff is recruited from the local community, was built in partneship with local workers and the friendly people of the island recognize the important role of the lodge in the island development.
Visiting the villages and the art craft workshops is a safe and interesting experience and a way to interact with the locals.Tailormake your journey, contact our travel designers
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