Robin Pope Safaris - Kuthengo Camp

Liwonde National Park

With all the usual comforts of a Robin Pope Safari camp, Kuthengo maintains a rustic charm, complemented by stunning views which are best appreciated from your private deck with a cold sundowner in hand, admiring the herds of waterbuck that frequent the camp area, milling about in the evening glow.

You may be quite isolated from outside world, but the camp has everything you need; from a pool, to indoor dining, a cosy bar and even a lapa for evening campfires.

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Robin Pope Safaris - Kuthengo Camp

Located on a large open plain stretching towards the Shire River in Liwonde National Park, you will find Kuthengo Camp nestled among Fever trees and Baobabs.  4 to 5 hour road transfer from Lilongwe, 2.5 hour road transfer from Blantyre. Charter flights from Lilongwe available.


2 x modern safari tents with twin beds, 1 x modern safari tents with a king bed, 1 x family tent

Kuthengo maintains a rustic charm with, hardwood floors and decks, simplistic canvas roofs, en-suite bathrooms with double basins, bath, and outdoor shower

‘Evening breeze’ air-conditioning units designed to cool the air within your mosquito net and not the entire room


Mosquito net

Tea/coffee facilities

Tent Interior View from Room Deck Tent Interior Bathroom

Plunge pool in main lodge area


Communal Dining


Main area tents View from the Lounge Campfire Warm welcome to the camp

Inclusive: Game drives, boating safaris, walking safaris, hiking

Hippo in the Shire Walks Zebra Boating on the Shire Game Drive Boating on the Shire Walking Sunset on the Shire

Children of all ages are welcome.

There is a family tent

Open from 15th March until 11th January each year

Operating lodges and camps in protected ecosystems in Africa alongside local indigenous communities and wildlife comes with a great deal of responsibility. Robin Pope Safaris is committed to responsible tourism and conducts their business in a manner that benefits the environment and wildlife conservation, the people who work for them, and their neighboring communities. In this way their tourism operations, and the presence of their guests, has the capacity to protect natural wildlife areas, alleviate poverty through good employment practices and contribute positively to the local community. For further information on their projects please follow this link:

The camp is run on solar power with a backup generator

Tap water is filtered, but not safe for drinking; bottled water is also provided at the camp free of charge.

There is no WiFi but there is cellular reception

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