Located on the stunning Nankoma Island in Lake Malawi, Blue Zebra Island Lodge is a truly unique experience. Completely uninhabited and far removed from the hustle and bustle of the city, there is truly nothing quite like it anywhere else in the world. Under the protection of the Lake Malawi National Park, these three Islands offer a unique opportunity to see rare species of Malawi's colourful Cichlid fish that have earned this site its UNESCO World Heritage Site accreditation. The Islands are also renowned for their dazzling array of bird life. There is a diverse selection of tented chalets set on the hillside with spectacular views over the lodge below and out across the Lake. These range in size and luxury class to accommodate couples and families.

Why we like it

Idyllic tropical island on Lake Malawi; Plenty of water-based activities; Friendly people

Quick Facts

Accommodation Type: Full Board
Rates from: Less than $150 p.p.p.d.
Camp Size: Large
Max No of Guests: 40
Children Friendly: Yes
Minimum Age: 0

Grading and Accreditation

Star Grading: Not Graded
Green Rating Accreditation: No
Responsible Tourism Certified: No

Location

Details Distance (Km) Travel Time (Min)
Nearest Town Salima1520
Nearest Major City Llilongwe10090
Nearest Major Airport Lilongwe12090
Nearest Hospital Salima1520

Park / Reserve

Lake Malawi Please click to view

Activities

Primary

Scuba & Snorkelling

Secondary

Boat Cruise

Optional

Beach
Cultural Tour
Massuese
Water Skiing

Facilities

Room

En-suite bathroom
Tea & Coffee Facilities
Couches / Lounge area
Cupboards
Safe

Camp

Swimming pool
Spa
Massage available
Laundry service
Wi-Fi internet
Credit cards accepted
Conference facilities
Restaurant
Bar

This Experience

Safari type

Beach Safari

Specialist Species

Birding
Cichlid fish

Malaria area

Yes

Suitable for

Solo Travellers
Couples
Children
Families
Honeymoon
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