Part of nearby boutique hotel Kaya Mawa, Ndomo Point House is a private lakeside villa on the small and friendly Likoma Island. With a private beach and attentive personal staff, this luxury and spacious villa is perfect for families or couples looking for a true island escape where every need is catered for.


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Location

Located on its own private beach on the southwest of Likoma Island, the property offers uninterrupted views across to mainland Malawi and neighbouring island, Chizimulu. The island is small and inhabited mainly by the local fishing community, and it’s just a 15-minute walk from the house to the main areas of Kaya Mawa.

Lake Malawi itself is the most southerly lake of the Great Rift Valley and the fourth largest freshwater lake in the world by volume. It houses more species of fish than any other lake in the world and offers exceptional diving.

Rooms

There are four bedrooms in the fully-staffed villa, accessed from the courtyard of the house. All the rooms are enormous, offering draped king-size beds and earthy, soothing tones with touches of colour. Three of the rooms offer en-suite facilities with sunken baths and balconies opening out to views of the lake.

Communal Areas

Spread across three levels, the house boasts three spacious terraces, a courtyard, an outside dining area with a BBQ and a private swimming pool overlooking the beach. Interiors offer a stylish open-plan lounge and kitchen with light, cotton curtains, granite walls and exposed wooden beams for a cool, breezy atmosphere. A private chef is on hand to cook whatever you desire and meals can be taken under the stars. Guests are also free to use all the facilities at Kaya Mawa a short walk away, so make sure to visit the spa or enjoy a cocktail at the bar. 

Activities

A boat and vehicle comes with the house so exploration of the island’s mango trees and Lake Malawi is made easy. Visit St Peter’s Cathedral or enjoy the cathedral’s choir who come to sing and dance for guests at Kaya Mawa. Kayak, sail, dive and snorkel in the fresh waters of the clear lake or walk through the local village to learn about the island’s culture and history. For something further afield, guests can make a visit to Mozambique or take a dhow boat trip.

All Inclusive

Accommodation
Breakfast, lunch and evening meal
Laundry service
All house drinks (except premium imported brands and champagne)
Equipment for snorkelling, paddling, sailing, canoeing, stand up paddle boarding, walking or biking on the Island

When to go

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Like the majority of Southern Africa, Malawi has a tropical climate with distinct wet and dry seasons. With small regional variations aside, the wet season starts between October and November and lasts through to April or May. The dry season lasts from April or May all the way through to October or November, with clear skies dominating. The occasional shower is still possible during this time, just unlikely. Although it is possible to visit Malawi throughout the year, we would recommend visiting during the dry season when clear skies and cooler temperatures dominate.

Like the majority of Southern Africa, Malawi has a tropical climate with distinct wet and dry seasons. With small regional variations aside, the wet season starts between October and November and lasts through to April or May. The dry season lasts from April or May all the way through to October or November, with clear skies dominating. The occasional shower is still possible during this time, just unlikely. Although it is possible to visit Malawi throughout the year, we would recommend visiting during the dry season when clear skies and cooler temperatures dominate.

Like the majority of Southern Africa, Malawi has a tropical climate with distinct wet and dry seasons. With small regional variations aside, the wet season starts between October and November and lasts through to April or May. The dry season lasts from April or May all the way through to October or November, with clear skies dominating. The occasional shower is still possible during this time, just unlikely. Although it is possible to visit Malawi throughout the year, we would recommend visiting during the dry season when clear skies and cooler temperatures dominate.

Like the majority of Southern Africa, Malawi has a tropical climate with distinct wet and dry seasons. With small regional variations aside, the wet season starts between October and November and lasts through to April or May. The dry season lasts from April or May all the way through to October or November, with clear skies dominating. The occasional shower is still possible during this time, just unlikely. Although it is possible to visit Malawi throughout the year, we would recommend visiting during the dry season when clear skies and cooler temperatures dominate.

Like the majority of Southern Africa, Malawi has a tropical climate with distinct wet and dry seasons. With small regional variations aside, the wet season starts between October and November and lasts through to April or May. The dry season lasts from April or May all the way through to October or November, with clear skies dominating. The occasional shower is still possible during this time, just unlikely. Although it is possible to visit Malawi throughout the year, we would recommend visiting during the dry season when clear skies and cooler temperatures dominate.

Like the majority of Southern Africa, Malawi has a tropical climate with distinct wet and dry seasons. With small regional variations aside, the wet season starts between October and November and lasts through to April or May. The dry season lasts from April or May all the way through to October or November, with clear skies dominating. The occasional shower is still possible during this time, just unlikely. Although it is possible to visit Malawi throughout the year, we would recommend visiting during the dry season when clear skies and cooler temperatures dominate.

Like the majority of Southern Africa, Malawi has a tropical climate with distinct wet and dry seasons. With small regional variations aside, the wet season starts between October and November and lasts through to April or May. The dry season lasts from April or May all the way through to October or November, with clear skies dominating. The occasional shower is still possible during this time, just unlikely. Although it is possible to visit Malawi throughout the year, we would recommend visiting during the dry season when clear skies and cooler temperatures dominate.

Like the majority of Southern Africa, Malawi has a tropical climate with distinct wet and dry seasons. With small regional variations aside, the wet season starts between October and November and lasts through to April or May. The dry season lasts from April or May all the way through to October or November, with clear skies dominating. The occasional shower is still possible during this time, just unlikely. Although it is possible to visit Malawi throughout the year, we would recommend visiting during the dry season when clear skies and cooler temperatures dominate.

Like the majority of Southern Africa, Malawi has a tropical climate with distinct wet and dry seasons. With small regional variations aside, the wet season starts between October and November and lasts through to April or May. The dry season lasts from April or May all the way through to October or November, with clear skies dominating. The occasional shower is still possible during this time, just unlikely. Although it is possible to visit Malawi throughout the year, we would recommend visiting during the dry season when clear skies and cooler temperatures dominate.

Like the majority of Southern Africa, Malawi has a tropical climate with distinct wet and dry seasons. With small regional variations aside, the wet season starts between October and November and lasts through to April or May. The dry season lasts from April or May all the way through to October or November, with clear skies dominating. The occasional shower is still possible during this time, just unlikely. Although it is possible to visit Malawi throughout the year, we would recommend visiting during the dry season when clear skies and cooler temperatures dominate.

Like the majority of Southern Africa, Malawi has a tropical climate with distinct wet and dry seasons. With small regional variations aside, the wet season starts between October and November and lasts through to April or May. The dry season lasts from April or May all the way through to October or November, with clear skies dominating. The occasional shower is still possible during this time, just unlikely. Although it is possible to visit Malawi throughout the year, we would recommend visiting during the dry season when clear skies and cooler temperatures dominate.

Like the majority of Southern Africa, Malawi has a tropical climate with distinct wet and dry seasons. With small regional variations aside, the wet season starts between October and November and lasts through to April or May. The dry season lasts from April or May all the way through to October or November, with clear skies dominating. The occasional shower is still possible during this time, just unlikely. Although it is possible to visit Malawi throughout the year, we would recommend visiting during the dry season when clear skies and cooler temperatures dominate.

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