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Standard Chalets


This is a colourful chalet that lies right on the edge of the beach, where it emerges from a small rock face. Kuya, the ChiNyanja word for Cormorant, has a private dining area looking straight out across the sparkling white sands of Nkwichi beach.


The largest of the chalets, Niassa - the Mozambican name of the lake - lies a stone’s throw from the main beach. It offers a fabulous space for a family or palatial accommodation for a couple and has a canopied bed set on a raised platform. The chalet looks out onto the beach and the surrounding woodland and even has a dining space set under its own Baobab Tree.


Named by the staff for a former Scottish manager, this is a charming and cosy circular chalet with a raised open balcony looking out onto its own private lakeside cove.