MAJETE WILDLIFE RESERVE - MALAWI
✔️ Vested communities ✔️ Authentic experience
✔️ Remote location ✔️ Responsible & sustainable
100% of tourism revenue earned by African Parks goes to conservation and local communities
READ ABOUT Majete Wildlife Reserve
Game Capture Camp is a self-catering campsite offering four serviced shelters plus campsites for approximately 25 tent campers. There is a waterhole next to the campsite.
Each campsite has a designated site and there are five shared braai areas. There are five pop-up tents available for hire. Or stay in one of four wood & canvas shelters, three raised, where you will sleep on a deck overlooking the bushveld. Each shelter has linen, a balcony with two director’s chairs and a private braai. The lockable shelters feature single or double beds with mosquito nets, bedside table, electric points and mattresses. Bring your own linen. Each shelter has a cupboard in the communal kitchen with all the necessary kitchen equipment.
The campsite has a large open lapa with furniture and a central fire pit that is lit every evening. There is a large covered lounge area and kitchen. The kitchen is equipped with an oven and fridge freezer. The communal toilet block has flushing toilets and hot/cold showers.
Guests are welcome to spend time at the Mwembezi Restaurant, swimming pool and small shop (with basic travel amenities and curios) at the park entrance. The campsite is located near the entrance to Majete Wildlife Reserve - near the most productive game viewing areas.
Credit card payment facilities are only available at the park reception.
All guests per unit / person sharing
A-frame shelters (Unit)
Dome tent (Unit)
Campsite (Per person)
Fisherman's Camp tents (Per person)
Nakamba Hide Sleepout (Unit)
See above for a description of general facilities
Children on game drives?
12 years and older
Emergency medical evacuation
SATIB24 (Nyasa Express Charter = Air Ambulance)
morning and afternoon game drives - self-drive or guided;
boat excursions on the Shire River (subject to river conditions);
Nakamba Hide sleep-out;
community guide (accompanying in your private car) - including bird specialists;
explore the far reaches of the reserve – the areas of Pwadzi and Pende – on specialised game drives;
cultural dancing performance.
Note that these activities are optional extras and will, except self-drive activities, incur additional charges.
Guests are welcome to enjoy meals at the Mwembezi Restaurant and make use of its adjacent swimming pool. The restaurant offers breakfast and lunch menus, and dinners can be had if arranged in advance. It is situated at the reserve’s main entrance and has a small shop where basic travel amenities and curios can be bought.