Located on a large open plain stretching towards the Shire River in Liwonde National Park, you will find Kuthengo Camp nestled among Fever trees and Baobabs. With all the usual comforts of a Robin Pope Safaris camp, Kuthengo maintains a rustic charm, complemented by stunning views which are best appreciated from one of the 4 modern and spacious safari tents. The unspoiled Liwonde National Park promises an ultimate retreat where you can experience the many activities on offer with complete privacy; from adventurous game drives, breath-taking walking safaris or tranquil boat cruises along the grand Shire RiverCovid-19 Camp Protocol More Info Video
Already in the late '70s, the people and nature of Malawi fascinated the young Dutchman Cees Slager when he travelled to Africa for the first time. The successful tourism entrepreneur visited the Phalombe Hospital near Mulanje years later and remembered why he loved this country so much. During this time he made his first contact with Robin Pope, who at the time was looking for an investor for his growing safari company in Zambia. In order to coordinate this investment and to set up Pumulani (2008) and Mkulumadzi (2011) lodges, Cees’s daughter Margaux and her husband Ton de Rooy moved to Lilongwe in Malawi, from where they supervised and further developed the smooth takeover of Robin Pope Safaris in the following years, integrating their own activities in Malawi.
Kuthengo Camp – the newest hideaway of Robin Pope Safaris is located on a large open plain stretching towards the Shire River in Liwonde National Park. The park is shaped by Fever trees and gigantic Baobabs with abundant birdlife and migrating elephant herds.
Robin Pope Safaris is committed to responsible tourism. They conduct business in a manner that benefits the environment and wildlife conservation, the people who work for them, and the neighbouring communities. In this way, their tourism operations, and the presence of the guests has the capacity to protect natural wildlife areas, alleviate poverty through good employment practices and contribute positively to the local community.
In recognition of their commitment to responsible tourism, Robin Pope Safaris has won prestigious international awards including the Virgin Holidays Responsible Tourism Awards Joint Overall Winner in 2011, making them the ultimate winner across all 13 award categories. Visit their website for some other projects they are involved in.
Kuthengo has four spacious and modern safari tents which are all en-suite, each with a bathtub and an outdoor shower. The eco-friendly evening breeze air conditioning adds to the comforts of this intimate camp. With all the usual comforts of a Robin Pope Safari camp, Kuthengo maintains a rustic charm, complemented by stunning views which are best appreciated from your private deck with a cold sundowner in hand.
At Kuthengo you can do a few special interest activities:
-Seasonal boating safaris along the Shire River
Activities on offer:
- Daily game drives
- Guided walking safaris