Mvuu Camp - Malawi - Wilderness Safaris

Mvuu Camp overlooks a broad stretch of the Shire River in the Liwonde National Park. The camp is a clever mix of stone and canvas chalets and specially-designed family tents, which total 12 units or 48 beds. An impressive thatched dining and lounge area is situated between two enormous baobabs, and dinners are sometimes held under the stars in a specially constructed boma.
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Mvuu Camp overlooks a broad stretch of the Shire River in #Malawi's Liwonde National Park #Africa #safari

Mvuu Camp overlooks a broad stretch of the Shire River in #Malawi's Liwonde National Park #Africa #safari

Game viewing by boat along the Shire River is always productive and rewarding #Malawi #Africa #safari

Game viewing by boat along the Shire River is always productive and rewarding #Malawi #Africa #safari

Dramatic wildlife sightings are the order of the day at Mvuu Camp #Malawi #Africa #safari

Dramatic wildlife sightings are the order of the day at Mvuu Camp #Malawi #Africa #safari

A gem in Malawi’s wildlife crown, Liwonde National Park straddles the beautiful Shire River and its floodplains. The park harbours a surprisingly abundant wildlife population: large numbers of elephant, reedbuck, waterbuck and sable, with a dense population of hippo in the river.Buffalo, Lichtenstein's hartebeest, zebra, roan, eland (pictured) and rare black rhino have been introduced into “The Sanctuary,” a 4 000ha fenced area within Liwonde.

A gem in Malawi’s wildlife crown, Liwonde National Park straddles the beautiful Shire River and its floodplains. The park harbours a surprisingly abundant wildlife population: large numbers of elephant, reedbuck, waterbuck and sable, with a dense population of hippo in the river.Buffalo, Lichtenstein's hartebeest, zebra, roan, eland (pictured) and rare black rhino have been introduced into “The Sanctuary,” a 4 000ha fenced area within Liwonde.

A gem in Malawi’s wildlife crown, Liwonde National Park straddles the beautiful Shire River and its floodplains. The park harbours a surprisingly abundant wildlife population: large numbers of elephant, reedbuck, waterbuck and sable (pictured), with a dense population of hippo in the river.Buffalo, Lichtenstein's hartebeest, zebra, roan, eland and rare black rhino have been introduced into “The Sanctuary,” a 4 000ha fenced area within Liwonde.

A gem in Malawi’s wildlife crown, Liwonde National Park straddles the beautiful Shire River and its floodplains. The park harbours a surprisingly abundant wildlife population: large numbers of elephant, reedbuck, waterbuck and sable (pictured), with a dense population of hippo in the river.Buffalo, Lichtenstein's hartebeest, zebra, roan, eland and rare black rhino have been introduced into “The Sanctuary,” a 4 000ha fenced area within Liwonde.

White-breasted cormorant along the Shire River at Mvuu Camp #Malawi #Africa #birding

White-breasted cormorant along the Shire River at Mvuu Camp #Malawi #Africa #birding

Mvuu means hippo in the local Chichewa language and the name epitomises the large numbers of hippo that inhabit the nearby Shire River #Malawi #Africa #Safari

Mvuu means hippo in the local Chichewa language and the name epitomises the large numbers of hippo that inhabit the nearby Shire River #Malawi #Africa #Safari

Mvuu means hippo in the local Chichewa language and the name epitomises the large numbers of hippo that inhabit the nearby Shire River  #Malawi #Africa #Safari

Mvuu means hippo in the local Chichewa language and the name epitomises the large numbers of hippo that inhabit the nearby Shire River #Malawi #Africa #Safari

Superb river cruises take in the languid Shire River, where guests may get close to hippo pods, bathing elephant, crocodile and a host of colourful birdlife. #Malawi #Africa #safari

Superb river cruises take in the languid Shire River, where guests may get close to hippo pods, bathing elephant, crocodile and a host of colourful birdlife. #Malawi #Africa #safari

A gem in Malawi’s wildlife crown, Liwonde National Park straddles the beautiful Shire River and its floodplains. The park harbours a surprisingly abundant wildlife population: large numbers of elephant, reedbuck, waterbuck and sable, with a dense population of hippo in the river. Buffalo (pictured), Lichtenstein's hartebeest, zebra, roan, eland and rare black rhino have been introduced into “The Sanctuary,” a 4 000ha fenced area within Liwonde.

A gem in Malawi’s wildlife crown, Liwonde National Park straddles the beautiful Shire River and its floodplains. The park harbours a surprisingly abundant wildlife population: large numbers of elephant, reedbuck, waterbuck and sable, with a dense population of hippo in the river. Buffalo (pictured), Lichtenstein's hartebeest, zebra, roan, eland and rare black rhino have been introduced into “The Sanctuary,” a 4 000ha fenced area within Liwonde.

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