The Mvuu Wilderness Lodge is situated along the banks of the Shire River in Liwonde National Park, Malawi's premier wildlife reserve. Mvuu offers exclusive accommodation in spacious, luxurious tents. There are five tents, each with an en-suite bathroom and a private veranda raised over the lagoon, ensuring prime and discreet wildlife viewing. Lodge facilities include a dining room, pub and lounge area, and a pool. Guests can enjoy meals on the deck or under thatch and relax at the pool in between activities. Activities include boating, game drives (morning, afternoon and evening), nature walks and birding. In addition to the main game viewing activities, guests can do bicycle trips from the boundary of Liwonde to the local villages outside the park - an amazing cultural experience. Guests can also experience a night in Ligwangwa, a typical rural Malawian village. An excellent diversity of animals - including large numbers of Elephant and Sable antelope, Hippo, Impala and Waterbuck - can be seen in the area. Huge Crocodiles, Leopard and Serval are also fairly common. Birds are prolific, especially along the Shire River, where the African Fish Eagle and the Pel's Fishing Owl are frequently sighted, as well as Böhm's Bee-eater, White Backed Night Heron and a host of local "specials".