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Thawale Lodge

Address: Majete National Park, Chikwawa view map

Thawale Camp provides excellent accommodation for guests visiting Majete Wildlife Reserve. Majete has recently undergone a transformation and guests can enjoy the wildlife from their private chalet balcony and watch the evening flow of animals come to the waterhole as they are having a sundowner.


Dorian

Shelley and Anissa are the new managers at Thawale with a team of fantastic enthusiastic Malawians. African Parks is passionate about community involvement and almost the staffs are sourced from nearby communities.

Caring for Destination
This accommodation provider has taken action to address one or more issues (whether environmental, social or cultural) which will contribute positively to the long term viability of the destination and hence their site displays a Caring for the destination rating.

Main area of focus in Caring for the Destination:

  • Local Employment
  • Local Guides
  • Community Visits

Detailed description of the Caring for the Destination Initiative:

Thawale Camp employs local staff from adjacent communities, providing increased employment to the area and beneficial rewards from tourism.

Thawale utilizes the Wildlife Reserve guides and scouts who are locally sourced and part of the ongoing community sensitization scheme managed by African Parks.

Majete partners with local communities and offers community visits to nearby villages so that tourists can sample life in rural Malawi. Sekera Village offers traditional dances as well as local cuisine and an insight into their unique culture


Traveller Feedback
Score for how travellers see this initiative ... both in terms of impact and commitment.
Not impressed
2.25 out of 3 Fantastic
Mr Audie M.
- United States
on 04 Jun 2013
Thawale Lodge allows you to enjoy the animals in their natural habitat as they roam through the camp!
Mr Alan J.
- South Africa
on 20 Jun 2011
This is an organisation that really cares for its destination and I have no doubt it will become a number 1 destination for wildlife enthusiasts in the near future.



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