Overlooking the Zomba Plateau, Ku Chawe Inn offers a unique mountain retreat, affording guests the chance to take in the true beauty of Malawi with stunning views and beautiful surrounds. The area is a must for those in search of adventure, with plenty of activities on offer and a thrilling back to nature experience. Lake Malawi aside, the Zomba Plateau is one of Malawi's defining features; home to an array of wild vegetation and incredible vistas.
The Plateau can be explored with guided tours, either on foot, by jeep or mountain bike. Discover cascading waterfalls and fascinating giant butterflies. Ku Chawe Inn is the perfect base from which to explore, set amidst trees high on the Plateau and around 20 minutes from Zomba town. Guests can expect a comfortable stay with 37 en-suite rooms on offer. Rooms are nicely furnished and feature a number of modern amenities, including air conditioning, 220 volts power points, WiFi and satellite TV. There are 4 accommodation options to choose from, with a hillside suite, superior rooms, deluxe rooms and hillside deluxe rooms available.
The hotel is set in a charming landscaped garden, which is always nice for a relaxing stroll in between activities. There is also a restaurant and bar area, serving delicious a la carte meals, with occasional buffet dinners served in the evening. The large fireplace by the bar is most welcome, with the mountain air growing quite chilly, particularly after dark.
2 hours drive from Mvuu, 3 hours from the Southern Lakeshore and 4 hours from Blantyre.
Zomba Plateau safari, tour of Zomba town, a number of walking trails and a safari in nearby Liwonde National Park.
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Review of Ku Chawe Inn
Rooms clean and bright and well appointed - but the hotel is clearly government run and staff accordingly not very engaged. Food was buffet style and a bit disappointing
Â Zomba aera is quite interessing place, and the mountain offers lot of good quiet treks...
Â Rooms of the Sunbird Hotel in Ku Chawe are spacious with large landscape, but the food
Â is not a the right level...Â (We experienced (but not only) a poor and sad buffet for a dinner...)
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