Nkwichi, a halcyon paradise hidden on the pristine Mozambican shores of Lake Malawi.
More than a lodge, Nkwichi is a complete experience offering a unique taste of Africa with exquisite lakeside scenery and unparalleled tranquillity.
With 8 secluded beaches set on 4 km of Rift Valley coastline, Nkwichi is the perfect setting to discover a lost world; a fresh-water oasis and an Africa untouched.
In many cultures around the world, a people’s vocabulary is shaped by their surroundings, most often illustrated by the Inuit culture’s variety of words for the different types of snow. In Nyanja culture, the ‘People of the Lake’, they have developed sensitivity for the different types of wind which breeze over and occasionally batter the lake, and have named these accordingly.