Malawi Responsible Accommodation
Meet and stay with people and places that care for their destination! All the Malawi hotels and accommodation options listed below make valuable contributions to their communities in one way or another. In keeping with responsible travel practices, they support the local communities of which they are a part. Our locally owned and operated Malawi hotel booking site is for those looking to book socially and environmentally responsible accommodation from local businesses. Choose from our personally selected responsible Malawi hotels below and give a little back to the local community whilst on your Malawi holiday.
Annie's Lodge is located in one of Zomba's historical colonial buildings, with great views of the Zomba plateau and Lake Chilwa. It's so close to the Zomba Botanical Gardens that they even share a fence![more info]
A unique wilderness experience located along the banks of the Bua River.[more info]
Check out this great budget wilderness lodge on the outskirts of Liwonde National Park![more info]
Chawani Bungalow is set amidst the stunning scenery of Satemwa Tea Estate. Built in the '50s, it was used by the Estates GM until the mid '90s. Chawani is a rustic and charming house with a beautiful garden.[more info]
Chelinda is set within Nyika National Park and overlooks a crystal-clear dam with views out onto the open grasslands of the Nyika Plateau. Nyika National Park is Malawi's most northern wildlife area.
Chelinda Lodge is beautifully set amongst the rolling hills of Nyika Plateau, which are often dotted with a large herds of roan, eland and zebra. A pocket of hagenia woodland and forest backdrop perfectly shelters this idyllic upland lodge.[more info]
Chinteche Inn is tucked in to the western shores of Lake Malawi. With stunning sandy beaches leading down to clear lake waters, it is one of the best ways to truly experience lakeside life.[more info]
Danforth Yachting is situated at Cape Maclear and offers superb Lake Malawi accommodation.[more info]
Dedza Pottery Lodge is a best spot for those who are eager to learn more about Malawian culture as well as those trying to bring out an artistic spirit in them![more info]