The very best of Malawi’s Mountain Resorts
Sunbird Ku Chawe is Malawi’s premier mountain resort and one of the very best places from which to enjoy the splendor of a magnificent scenic country. The hotel sits on the edge of Zomba Plateau, which rises to nearly 2200m, (7000ft), with the highest peaks on the rim forming a saucer shaped bowl. Around this rim are some of the most stunning views in Africa. The resort is a 90 minute drive from Chileka International Airport in Blantyre, and transport can be provided at a nominal fee.
Rooms are en suite, air-conditioned, have digital satellite television, international direct dialing, Wi-Fi internet, email facilities and 220 volts power points (British standard).
This double room features a soundproofing, seating area and sofa.
Superior Double Room
This double room has a tile/marble floor, electric kettle and sofa.
Hillside Suite Room
This double room features a electric kettle, soundproofing and tile/marble floor.
Hillside Deluxe Room
This double room has a satellite TV, air conditioning and seating area.
Restuarant & Bars
Mulunguzi restaurant offers the best of local and international cuisine on a la carte and buffet menus.
Hours Monday to Sunday Breakfast 06h00 – 22h00
Monday to Sunday Dinner: 18:00-22:00
Bastion’s Bar complements the restaurant with a well-selected wine list and snacks readily available. Apart from the snack menu and wine list, we also offer a cocktail list
Hours Daily 06h00 – 22h00
Activities & Experiences
Sunbird Ku Chawe offers a variety of activities and experiences for you to enjoy and experience first hand.
Zomba Plateau Tour
This tour visits a trout farm, the scenic William’s Falls, passes by rivers and dams and returns from Chingwe’s hole, a legend-filled cavern sinking vertically right by the edge of the plateau.
Liwonde National Park
The Park runs along the Shire river, from its mouth at Lake Malombe. In the dry season when elephant, hippo, crocodile and many antelope stay close to the only water supply, riverside game viewing – is a never-to-be forgotten experience. More than 400 species of birds, Lillians love birds, storks and ground hornbills have been spotted here. The tour includes transfers to and from Liwonde as well as picnic lunch.
Zomba City Tour
Explore the old colonial capital by first visiting the Memorial to the fallen of the Malawian battalions in the famed King’s African Rifles. Then on, past many fascinating buildings, to the very colourful Zomba market. From there to the University of Malawi’s Chancellor College campus, then to the beautiful Botanical Gardens, the oldest and largest botanical garden in the country. A few metres away are the old Parliament buildings and National Archives.
Working Hours :
- Monday08:00 - 22:00
- Tuesday08:00 - 22:00
- Wednesday08:00 - 22:00
- Thursday08:00 - 22:00
- Friday08:00 - 22:00
- Saturday08:00 - 12:00
- SundayDay Off