Welcome to Chembe Eagles Nest, Takulandirani.
Chembe Eagles Nest lodge is located in Cape Maclear, with its a long and beautiful beach on Lake Malawi. They offer a number of small quaint chalets which are all en-suite and have views overlooking the well-kept gardens and lake itself. If you are here for a short or long stay you will find this lovely location has so much to offer, adventure awaits you. If you just want to relax and enjoy some down time there is plenty of that to do around this tranquil spot too.
The small en-suite chalets are comfortable and you will wake every morning feeling well rested and ready for the day ahead. All rooms have a mosquito nets, ceiling fans and air conditioning, keeping cool in those hotter months is no problem at Chembe. Each of the chalets also faces the lake so you can enjoy those gorgeous African sunsets from the comfort of your very own Veranda.
Campers have their own wash-up area, braai facilities and beautifully pristine ablutions with ample privacy from the rest of the lodge. Dinner, bed, and breakfast includes a three-course dinner, accommodation in luxury chalets and breakfast. Children’s rate – The discounted rate for children only applies when sharing a chalet with two full-paying adults. Deposits may be required to secure bookings. Payment to be made in full on or before first night of stay. Credit card facilities are available but only for visa cards
Yummy food and great culinary experiences is exactly what you get at Chembe Eagles nest, all prepared using fresh ingredients. They like to offer a variety of dishes to those passing through so change their menu regularly and keep it exciting and different. If you want to enjoy a BBQ then this too can be arranged, the area is built into the rock face and is very popular with guests. Organise with the lodge to take you to Domwe island and have lunch on Domwe island during a snorkelling trip.
There are lots of fun activities at Chembe that will excite you.
Island cruises (Come enjoy cruise on our Mama Africa (Catamaran) with island snorkelling trips feeding the fish eagles snorkelling in clear waters with a range of lake Malawi Chiclids
Choose from full day cruise with a light lunch enjoying at the island or half a day or sunset cruise admiring Malawi’s beautiful sunsets.)
Malawi Travelling Tips
For most people the dry (winter) season is most attractive (i.e. April/May to October/November). The chance of rain is slim, daytime temperatures are generally pleasant (in the 20s Celsius) and the low vegetation and limited availability of water mean that game viewing is at its best.
Rainfall is extremely rare in the dry season and even in the so-called wet season, the rains are usually short-lived storms, as is typical of the tropics, and at no time does the climate seriously inhibit the traveller
Reasons why one should visit Malawi
Malawi is Africa’s next go-to destination.
Rehabilitated game parks and natural reserves – Malawi is Africa’s newest BIG 5 destination
Malawi is listed by Lonely planet as one of the top 10 tourist destination to visit in 2022
It’s not crowded
Lake Malawi is spectacular
The locals are friendly
Lake Malawi is very safe, with very little crime in any of the towns or villages around the lake.
Be careful when swimming in some parts which may have hippo or crocodile.
Only qualified scuba divers should attempt to dive in the lake, there are many dive schools in the area however.
The roads can be very bad in rainy season so drive carefully.
Take basic precautions when visiting the national park and do not feed or touch the wildlife.
Working Hours :
- Monday09:00 - 19:00
- Tuesday09:00 - 19:00
- Wednesday09:00 - 19:00
- Thursday09:00 - 19:00
- Friday09:00 - 19:00
- Saturday09:00 - 19:00
- Sunday09:00 - 19:00