Kaya Mawa translated as "maybe tomorrow" in the local Tonga dialect, the lodge uses the stunning natural surroundings to create a getaway lodge of unique character, imagination and very special ambiance. Fully renovated with beautiful refurbishments and reopened in April 2010. Rated by Condé Nast Magazine as one of the planet's ten most romantic destinations, Kaya Mawa is located on the south-western tip of Likoma Island in the middle of Lake Malawi, close to Mozambique. The island is covered with mango trees and ancient baobabs and encircled by glorious sandy beaches and rocky coves.
Khuyu, Ngani, Mbungu, Msekwa at the bottom of the rocky knoll with private decks and direct lake access.
Ulissa & Yofu are also at the back of the main beach under the shade of a baobab or mango tree. Both family houses have a double and a twin/triple room, an interconnecting bathroom and outside chill out areas.
Nkwhazi, Mbamba & Makengulu offer lake views from sleeping areas and verandahs. Either a private island or one of two rooms perched high up a rocky knoll with a private pool.
Private house, with sitting room, views across the lake and private infinty pool and at the far end of the beach for added privacy. Mainja House - Private two bedroom house, with sitting room and rock plunge pool.
4 bedrooms and 3 ensuite bathrooms. Pool, private beach fully staffed.
Restaurant is set to one side of the bar and is used for buffet breakfasts and lunches. Kaya Mawa has many unique areas where dinners are served – on a beach, a deck, platform or on the gazebo. An eclectic mix of simple and delicious international cuisine enjoyed at your own private surprise table. The bar & restaurant are split into a multi level deck and offers seating at the bar or comfy sofas.
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