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Families, Honeymoons and Couples
Nestled amongst the branches of the iconic African baobab and fever trees, on the open banks of the river Shire, Kuthengo promises the ultimate retreat into the rich and diverse wilderness of Liwonde National Park.
There are only four large canvas structure tents for guests, meaning the camp’s man-made footprint is kept to a minimum and the exclusivity of the camp and area are maintained. It is the size and intimacy of Kuthengo that makes for its unique charm, as the small number of guests enables the guiding team to tailor your safari and provide a highly personalised experience.
With walking, driving and boat trips available for guests you’re sure to be kept busy. Excursions into the national park could reward you with sightings of lion, cheetah, elephant or even rhino and leopard for the diligent spotters. In the evenings, kick back and relax under a glorious sheet of stars as you listen to the fire crackle and hippos rumble in the nearby waters.
There is no minimum age at Kuthengo, though walking is not available for anyone under 12 and there are no special activities for children, so we recommend Kuthengo Camp for slightly older children and adults.