Kaya Mawa

Address: P.O. Box 79, Likoma Island, Malawi | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on P.O. Box 79, Likoma Island, is near Ulisa Gardens.
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    Travel Blogs from Likoma Island

    Likoma Island - Mango Drift

    A travel blog entry by africaadventure on Aug 18, 2013

    14 photos

    ... prepared all but two of our suppers and their food was excellent. The first exception was a pot of small silvery fish purchased from the local fishermen for all of R3 cooked with locally purchased rice, another R3, and fried pepper, garlic and onions with a packet of instant tomato soup for a meal that was extremely 'fishy' and perhaps, by not removing the heads, bitter and a little crunchy. I learned later that the locals prepare the fish almost identically, but either by ...

    Likoma Lunchtime

    A travel blog entry by houlie77 on Jun 09, 2013

    1 photo

    ... to Winchester Cathedral in the UK, over 100 feet long and 25 feet wide. We were very lucky to have been given a tour by Father Dominic, he showed us some of the highlights including a cross made from the Zambian tree where the famous explorer David Livingston's heart is buried. To see one of Malawi's most famous buildings was amazing, but even more amazing was to imagine the sheer determination of the missionaries to share their faith by building such a ...

    We Lake it, We Lake it Alot

    A travel blog entry by davo.and.bethan on Feb 12, 2012

    24 photos

    ... hour hike from the nearest road or by boat, luckily we timed our trip to coincide with the boat, phew! The boat that services the lake is called the Ilala an old steam boat that chugs up the lake and back once a week.

    We arrived early at the ferry port, which was lucky as it left half an hour early taking everyone by surprise and forcing a man to complete a daring leap from the lower deck. It turns out the captain was worried about completing the journey before ...

    Christmas Time

    A travel blog entry by paddyfetherston on Dec 22, 2011

    1 comment, 5 photos

    We arrived at Likomo Island and stayed for 5 nights including Christmas.

    Like Chizumulu we spent most of our time relaxing on the beach with plenty of swimming.

    We were interrupted one morning when what looked like a huge plume of smoke threatened to engulf the beach. Although it was not smoke, it was a cloud of lake flies. Billions ...

    Adventures of the Ilala Ferry

    A travel blog entry by meltin4 on Oct 25, 2011

    ... time with all their luggage and goods for transporting it does get quite squashed.

    All the other stops require even more of a battle to get on or off at, and they involve an added adventure - the need to use tiny over packed boats to take you from the Ilala to the shore or vica versa. To get through the crowds ...