Blue Zebra Island Lodge
About Blue Zebra Island Lodge
A WILD ISLAND PARADISE: the exclusive Blue Zebra Island Lodge is situated on Nankoma Island, part of the Marelli Archipelago in Lake Malawi National Park (UNESCO World Heritage site).The perfect getaway for nature lovers looking for a combination of adventure and relaxation in a tranquil, private setting.The three islands are home to a vast array of freshwater fish, including some of the rarest and colourful in the world. The islands support diverse flora and fauna and are a bird watcher's paradise.A unique set-up with nine en-suite safari-style tented chale
Not your traditional 'African Safari', but a unique island safari: Marine-safari: seasonal diving offered (May - September); snorkeling, nature trails. Great birding around the island!
An island beach rather than an ocean beach, although Lake Malawi can appear to be an ocean at times! Nankoma beach is the main beach on the island, with smaller secluded beaches around the sides.
Massages, manicures and pedicures are on offer.
Mid-week and low season specials for group bookings (whole island bookings) - team building and corporate events/conferencing available.
2019 Safari Guild Awards: Gold for the'Best Family Safari Experience in Malawi".
Secluded executive chalets are a dream for honeymooners.
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Inclusive boat transfers are at our scheduled times. Additional charged will be incurred for missing the boat, or to book an off-schedule transfer (must be booked in advance, in accordance with the boat transfer).
Arrival boat (mainland to Blue Zebra): 12:00
Departure boat: (Blue Zebra to mainland): 11:00
It is your responsibility to ensure you have adequate travel and medical insurance.
- Swimming Pool
- Credit Card Facilities
- Conference Venues
- Full board
- Luggage storage
- Pets Not Allowed
- Shuttle service
*Distances are shown as the crow flies and not necessarily the actual travelling