After a leisurely breakfast we will paddle to Domwe Island ( about 5km). This is a short paddle and will take around 1 hour.
The lunch will be provided at 1pm and features various pasta dishes, quiche, pizza or chippatis served with a large salad. When not kayaking you might enjoy swimming in the crystal clear, warm, fresh lake water which is one of the charms of the islands, as is snorkelling: Lake Malawi is a World Heritage Site for its abundance of freshwater fish life and is famous for its beautiful tropical cichlids. Snorkelling along the island shore is like swimming in an aquarium. Snorkel gear is provided. There is also a PADI certified dive school so scuba dives and courses can be arranged – at an extra cost.
Both of the islands we visit have plenty of walking trails, and hikes around them are well worth the effort – the islands are forested with miombo woodland which features a remarkable variety of trees therefore is great for birding.
You will stay overnight in Island Camp “Domwe Island” (safari tent) . Domwe Island has three large (permanent) walk in safari tents sleeping two each and two thatched tent decks. Each tent sleeps 2 people and is furnished with beds, white linen, comfy chairs and a hammock on the deck. If your group is bigger than 6, we will set up dome tents and bedding for you on the thatched decks.
Overnight in Island Camp “Domwe Island” (safari tent)