What does it cost to stay on Mumbo Island?
MUMBO ISLAND – PER NIGHT
Low season USD290 (22 Feb to 30 June ’20, and 1 Nov to 13 Jan ’21)
High season USD320 (1 July to 31 Oct ’20)
(Residents of Malawi and South Africa please note – we do occasionally run Specials for our local friends, so please contact us to check.)
All above prices are per adult per night (no single supplements apply).
Prices are available for children and teens – please see the Info Pack for details.
Prices include three meals per day, all activities and equipment, all taxes and National Park fees. Also included are purified water, and bottomless cups of tea, coffee and cooldrink.
Prices exclude alcoholic and bottled drinks, SCUBA diving and sailing.
Just like a pizza menu – choose from these recommendations, or make up your own!
Just like a pizza menu – choose one of our recommendations below, or make up your own. Options include: getting yourself there; adding or removing nights; changing the mix of places to stay; saving some cash by self-catering and/or using your own tent on Domwe Island; adding in some SCUBA diving; adding on other destinations in Malawi. Any package pricing will still apply! Contact our Cape Town booking office for expert and one-stop service to get you there hassle-free!
MUMBO ISLAND CASTAWAY
Six nights ex Johannesburg for R27 990 (travel 21 February to 5 April 2020 and 3 May to 12 June 2020)(Please contact us for prices outside of the special periods). A previous guest had this to say….”Over the years we have been to Bon Bon Island off Gabon, the Seychelles, Bazaruto in Mozambique, Mauritius, Maldives, and many others. Not one of them comes close to Mumbo Island – it’s insane beauty wherever you look. And what the photos don’t tell you is how cool the people treat you – not too in your face or fussy, just there to look after you whenever you need it.”
LAKE MALAWI ISLAND HOPPING ADVENTURE
Six nights ex Johannesburg for R22 990 (travel 21 February to 5 April 2020 and 3 May to 12 June 2020) (Please contact us for prices outside of the special periods). The Lake Malawi Island Hopping Adventure is a world-class sea kayaking trail that covers 25km in three days of paddling. Adventurers spend two nights in each of the Kayak Africa camps on Domwe Island and Mumbo Island. The trail is fully-supported and fully-catered, leaving guests free to focus on exploring and relaxing at will.
DOMWE ISLAND ADVENTURE
Six nights ex Johannesburg for R19 990 (travel 21 February to 5 April 2020 and 3 May to 12 June 2020) (Please contact us for prices outside of the special periods). A deserted tropical island and part of the Lake Malawi National Park, Domwe Island is a wonderful retreat from the real world and busy beach at Cape Maclear. Fully-catered but self-guided, a visit to Domwe Island is ideal for active and nature-loving guests looking to rediscover the simple life of times gone by.
Six nights ex Johannesburg (Price available on request.). A Bush and Beach combination in the cradle of the African Rift Valley. Perhaps this is the Garden of Eden? Habitat variety is awesome – massive lakes, mighty rivers, floodplains, riverine forests and vast natural woodlands combine to support all the big game and hundreds of bird species.
LAKE MALAWI REJUVENATOR
Six nights ex Johannesburg (Price available on request) Is the ‘Go go go’ of city life starting to get your goat? Help is at hand with this Lake Malawi classic which combines Malawi’s premier beach resort with its best island lodge. Mumbo Island and The Makokola Retreat (formerly Club Makokola) are not only geographical neighbours that lie just one hour’s drive apart, but have also long shared an ethos of providing guests with the best Lake Malawi has to offer.
MALAWI BIKE-KAYAK SAFARI
Six nights ex Johannesburg (Price available on request) Experience excellent trail riding through remote Africa, then refresh and relax on Lake Malawi’s best tropical island! Malawians are a nation of bikers, their humble one-gear bikes serve as personal transport, freight-carriers and ‘the family car’. Footpaths, back roads and bike trails criss-cross the rural landscape, presenting the intrepid mountain-biker with unbeatable access to a safe yet very real piece of Africa and its people.
LAKE MALAWI SEA KAYAK SAFARI
Six nights ex Johannesburg (Price available on request). With the best multi-day sea kayaking in Southern Africa on offer, this is an opportunity for adventurers and outdoor enthusiasts to get wet, get active, and get out there! Covering 60km in four days of paddling, the route has it all: secluded bays, deserted islands, mile-long beaches and open-water crossings. Not to mention the warm, clean and endless waters of the world’s fourth largest lake. Or the fish eagles, the tropical fish and the forested mountains that form the rim of the African Rift Valley.