On the west side of the Nankumba Peninsula at the southern end of Lake Malawi, lies Pumulani - subtly embedded in the lush hills between trees and jagged rocky outcrops. The ten villas offer maximum space, design, comfort and privacy.
David Livingstone gave Lake Malawi the famous name "Lake of the Stars", and for good reason: during the day the light dances over the deep blue water and as soon as the sun has set, the stars twinkle in the sky and on the lake while the fishermen make their Light oil lamps for the night.
As a guest, you can relax on the sandy beach or enjoy an elevated view of the lake from the stylish infinity pool. For those looking for an activity, Pumulani offers water skiing, sailing, kayaking, walking in the hills, sunset sailboat rides on our hand-built dhow, and snorkeling and diving.
Underwater activities are particularly spectacular here! Experts say this lake is home to more native fish species than any other lake in the world. Pumulani offers the perfect mix for an unforgettable vacation. Enjoy being active or relaxing in the beautiful and calm landscape.
The beautiful, crystal clear Lake Malawi with its colorful underwater world is a wonderful place for snorkeling and swimming. There are numerous fantastic fishing villages on the shores of the lake.
This national park is a great mix of land & water activities with great animal sightings. In the park there are dry savannas as well as flood plains and forests.
During a hike along the tea plantations in the shadow of the Mulanje mountain, you can marvel at the magnificent panorama of the summit. On the way you will pass small waterfalls.
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