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Situated in the north-west corner of Mozambique, but more popularly known for being on the eastern shores of Lake Malawi (Lake Niassa as it’s known on the Mozambican side) Nkwichi Lodge forms part of the Manda Wilderness Project. Nkwichi lodge pay a vital role in the local area and assist with the conservation of Lake Malawi. Alongside their many projects, Nkwichi get involved with local events and community projects. Have a read below for the latest news and information from Nkwichi:

(TRAVPR.COM) UK - August 1st, 2016 - Situated in the north-west corner of Mozambique, but more popularly known for being on the eastern shores of Lake Malawi (Lake Niassa as it’s known on the Mozambican side) Nkwichi Lodge forms part of the Manda Wilderness Project. Nkwichi lodge pay a vital role in the local area and assist with the conservation of Lake Malawi. Alongside their many projects, Nkwichi get involved with local events and community projects. Have a read below for the latest news and information from Nkwichi:

Choir Festival dates confirmed

The Annual Manda Wilderness Choir Festival dates have been confirmed for this year. The glorious event will take place on the 20th August this year! There are still some spots available at Nkwichi, but they are limited and are sure to be booked fast. The festival is sponsored by The Andrew Lloyd Webber Foundation, and proves to be a cultural extravaganza each year. For anyone interested in music and cultural festivities, this is not to be missed! Have a look at the short clip, Wired for Sound took at last years festival for a taster here.

Nkwichi wins GOLD for ‘Best for Beach Tourism’

Nkwichi Lodge wins GOLD at the African Responsible Tourism Awards this year, in the category "Best for Beach Tourism". The judges said "To help bring the world’s most biodiverse freshwater lake and a 120 000 ha of lakeshore and escarpment under formal protection – in partnership with 16 villages – are remarkable achievements."

Nkwichi helps with lakeshore conservation

Last month Nkwichi Lodge attends a workshop facilitated by the WWF Mozambique, to implement the signalization of the several Sanctuaries along the lakeshore. The creation of these protected areas will contribute to the conservation of the diversity and ecological integrity of the Lake’s physical and biological resources so that they may be enjoyed and used productively by present and future generations, and preserve one of the world’s unique ecosystem and habitats that only occur in Lake Malawi.

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