Perched on an escarpment of the East African Rift Valley in one of Malawi’s last remaining indigenous rainforests, about an hour and a half out of Lilongwe, is this colonial legacy that treats its guests to the enchanting vistas of the Rift Valley, the shimmering turquoise beauty of Lake Malawi 30 kilometers away and, on a clear day, the mountains of Mozambique on the other side of the Lake — all from the perimeter of the Lodge. Then soak in the quintessential warm-hearted hospitality of rural Malawi as you take a leisurely stroll around the neighborhood and, if you are staying the night, wind up the excursion with a cozy evening by a roaring log fire.
Rare birds and beautiful orchids are abundant and there is the possibility of a courtesy call by the denizen corps of Samango monkeys, baboons, antelope and hyenas.
Price inclusive of transfers and 1 night dinner, bed & breakfast: US$380 for 1 person / $250 each of 2 / $215 each of 3 / $190 each of 4 or more
$100 discount p/p for day trips
Lunch, drinks and activities are extra.

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We have just returned from DZALANYAMA FOREST GUEST HOUSE. From the trip advisory to the local travel guide, Our tour guide was very professional and dedicate to bring us an enjoyable and unforgettable trip in Malawi. Our tour guide is very knowledgeable and passionate.

Linda Walker

Our travel agent was excellent for us and considered our unique needs and planned our itinerary. I would definitely work with you again as you made our trip easy and stress-free. It was a delight to work with RSG Quick Breaks. Thank you so much.

Janet Arnold

I just returned from the Liwonde National Park trip and I can’t stop raving. The trip far exceeded my expectations. Everything from the guides to the accommodations and food was wonderful. Going to Africa was a truly life changing experience.

Teri Allen