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Likoma Island

Situated in the central-eastern corner of Lake Malawi lies the small unspoiled Likoma Island, also known as the Isle of Baobabs. The island is surrounded by crystal clear waters, sandy beaches, and an abundance of cichlids, some of which are endemic to the Likoma area. The island is only 17 square kilometers, and has 12 villages, the largest being Jalo Town (Ngani Bay), where you will find Central Africa's third largest cathedral. Up on to the north point of the island you'll find a forest reserve, near to some beautiful beaches, one famous beach known as Baobab Beach is littered with giant, ancient baobab trees.

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Ngala Beach Lodge

Ngala Beach Lodge is a welcoming place that radiates peace and tranquility, offering comfortable, clean chalets, great food and awe-inspiring views of both the lake and the Vipya Mountains. Located north of Nkhotakhota, Ngala Beach Lodge is 270km from Lilongwe, an approximate 4-hour drive

Likoma Express operates directly from Ngala Beach Lodge to Likoma Island and Chizumulu Island.

Nkhata Bay

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Usisya Beach

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Chizumulu Island

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