June 12, 2013
Kaya Mawa is a small, idiosyncratic hotel on an island in the middle of Lake Malawi. It doesn’t have the resources to put full-page glossy ads in the press as a large hotel on an island in Mauritius or the Seychelles might, but on the lake you can enjoy all the activities including water sports that you could on the Indian Ocean and much more…
Seven nights at Kaya Mawa costs from £2,395 per person, including all flights on a full-board basis.
Includes 1 free night and reduced internal flights. Further reductions for children. Motorized activities, drinks extra. Subject to booking conditions and availability.
NB prices shown were current at the time of writing the newsletter and are not necessarily current now.
Please ask for an updated quote.
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