Being unlike anywhere else in Africa, the biodiversity of flora and fauna to be found in the Nyika national Park is fascinating and of great scientific importance. This vast, untouched, beautiful wilderness area is home to eland, (herds of up to 300 in the summer), roan antelope (the highest concentration in Africa), zebra, reedbuck, bushbuck, klipspringer, 3 species of duiker (red, grey and blue), warthog, bushpig and blue monkey.
In the remote areas of the park (only accessible by foot or on horseback) there are elephant, buffalo, kudu, Sharpe's grysbok, baboon and vervet monkey. Predators include serval and side striped jackal and very healthy populations of spotted hyaena and leopard.
The Nyika is a must for any birdwatchers visiting Malawi, with 435 species recorded due to the diversity of habitat. Grassland species include Wattled crane, Denham
Each of the eight luxurious log cabins are connected by wooden walkways and are beautifully landscaped on the hillside with uninterrupted views of the Nyika Plateau.
Each cabin has a large fireplace, spacious en suite bathroom, and a loft reading room. Each cabin has two floors - the first floor has an open plan bedroom with queen-size beds, and lounge with an en suite bathroom (shower and bath). A front door leads on to a small veranda and upstairs there is a further living area including a writing desk underneath the front windows.
Accommodation, all meals, safari activities (except horse riding), drinks, laundry and National Park entry fees.
Horse riding, fly fishing and transfers.