Facing the Shire River and looking out over a fertile flood plain, Kuthengo Camp sits beneath gnarled baobabs and fever trees. In front of the camp, the sun sets over the Shire's hippo-rich waters, whilst African fish eagles roost in the surrounding trees.
The camp's four spacious tents all face the river, with wooden decks positioned in front. Kept cool with Evening Breeze technology, they all have en-suite bathrooms and outdoor showers. Herds of waterbucks often wander past, whilst the nearby marshes regularly attract grazing elephants.
Activities are all led by highly trained guides and include game drives, nights drives and bush walks. Boat safaris on the Shire River are available between December and early April.
Why We Like Kuthengo Camp
With just four rooms, this intimate camp is the perfect place to appreciate Liwonde National Park, with its beautiful landscape and surprising diversity of animal and bird life.