The African Responsible Tourism Awards 2017 saw the inspiring Ilha Blue Island Safaris take Gold in the “Best for Engaging People and Culture” category. It seems only natural that Nkwichi Lodge (winner of the same award in Silver in 2015) and Ilha Blue would join hands for a staff exchange program to share their knowledge and love of Mozambique, and their chosen industry, with each other.
Three birds of prey frequently seen on the lakeshore at Nkwichi.
The sounds of Lake Niassa are the epitome of a stay at Nkwichi Lodge.
Nestled in the remote parts of Mozambique on lake Niassa shores is Nkwichi lodge, and home of the great Nkwazi, Fish eagle. Having a chalet named of the great majestic bird is not only Nkwichi lodge’s passing mention of the existence of the fish eagle but an appreciation of the great bird and its very welcome presence in the area.
The enthusiasm for education amongst this civil war savaged community is heart warming and makes you realise that there is no greater joy than giving a child something like access to education
Learn about the four winds of Lake Niassa.
The colourful, patterned ‘capulana’ is the symbol and pride of the Mozambican woman. Learn all about this versatile piece of cloth taking the world by storm.
Escape the hustle and bustle of city life and go on an adventure to the remote Mozambican shores of Lake Malawi.
The Manda Wilderness rural villages are small lake shore communities ruled from within where the ‘seat of government’ has an unusual location – under a mango tree!
It’s mushroom mania as they sprout up everywhere in the bush.
Experiencing the annual ‘choda’ dance-off on the Mozambique shores of Lake Malawi.
Nkwichi Lodge on Lake Malawi is named after the squeaky noises that the sand makes when you walk.
Thanks to the crystal clear waters off an untouched section of the lake, Nkwichi Lodge offers a paradise for anyone who loves to snorkel.
13 choirs competed at the 6th annual Manda Wilderness Choir Festival held at Lake Malawi.