Honeymoon Special - The bride stays for free on the forth night.
Kaya Mawa, meaning ‘maybe tomorrow' provides secluded luxury in traditional surroundings. Built entirely by hand, in partnership with the local community, this eco-friendly lodge offers an intimate collection of just seven thatched cottages and a private honeymoon island. Each cottage has its own hand-crafted, four poster mahogany bed, bathroom with sunken double-tub and hot-water shower. The main beach is private, with a thatch-roofed bar and hammocks and rope-beds scattered around.
Included Activities - these activities are included in your room rate.
Mountain Biking Bikes to suit all ages
Kayaking 6 two man kayaks
Sailing 3 Lasers and 1 Laser 2
Windsurfing 1 intermediate board
Snorkelling masks, snorkels and fins in every room
Walks To the town, market, workshop, Mango Drift or just go and explore
Paddle skiis 3 paddle skiis.
A pick up service from the airstrip and ferry pick up point are included in the cost.
Activities and facilities at an additional charge:
Please note we have a qualified instructor for all Water Sports:
$30 per person behind the small boat and $45 behind the big boat (this depends on weight and experience)
- Waterskiing (we have skis for all abilities and ages incl. training skis for five year olds up)
- Knee boarding
- Ringo (inflatable disc for all ages)
Scuba Diving - we have two resident PADI Instructors
$45 for a shore dive
$60 for a boat dive
$90 PADI Resort Course (two hours or so instruction followed by a dive) This can be done by unqualified divers
$70 refresher dive
$360 PADI Open Water Course ( 3-4 days)
$360 PADI Advanced Course (2-3 days - only once qualified as Open water)
$360 PADI Rescue Course ( 2-3 days – only once qualified as Advanced)
$950 PADI Divemaster Course ( 12- 15 days – Professional qualification - once qualified as Rescue)
Motor boat trips around Likoma Island
$90 for the slow Malawian boat max 6
$120 in the small speed boat max 3
$200 in the large speed boat max 6
$20 Fishing Trip, rods and tackle provided (slow trawling boat)
$45 Picnic on Masimbwe Island – return
$20 Trip to town and cathedral by car max 6
$50 South Island Tour - Includes Cathedral and Market.
One person per bike