Welcome to Chembe Eagles Nest lodge and campsite located in Cape Maclear on the shores of Lake Malawi! Cape Maclear is also a world Heritage Site.
A South African owned lodge, we offer of a number of small chalets set in a shady garden, all en suite, a campsite, an excellent restaurant and bar. With a private beach on the tranquil shores of Lake Malawi, so much to do and even more to discover, whether you are here for a day or a week, you'll find endless opportunities for adventure here, having the most memorable holiday. We offer a warm friendly atmosphere so you can relax and enjoy the stunning views.
Our en-suite Chalets are sure to leave you well rested for the day ahead. Mosquito nets and ceiling fans come standard in all rooms. All our chalets are lake facing with a patio to watch the beautiful sunset from your patio.
There is a small grassed campsite adjoining the beach that is ideal for ground tents and a larger, elevated area is available for vehicles with trailers and small caravans. It hosts a shaded wash-up area and beautiful pristine bathrooms with hot showers and toilets.
Your stay at Chembe Eagles Nest is guaranteed to be filled with great memories of spectacular food! We believe, every meal should be a taste experience. Our menu changes on a regular basis, and is sure to be exciting and "different".
Should you wish to have a more "laid back" dinner, speak to us about a barbeque or a traditional South African "potjie". Our outside "braai" area, built into the rock face, is always popular with guests.
Lunches can also be organised on Domwe Island during your snorkelling trips. All our meals are prepared from the beginning with fresh ingredients and exotic flavour which is purely African, ensuring that every meal is a culinary delight for the senses.
From the beginning, the emphasis was placed on quality accommodation, homely ambience and friendly service.
Chembe Eagles Nest has won a 2017 Top Valued Establishment Award! Best value accommodation destinations in Malawi!
Escape the hustle and bustle of city life and go on an adventure to the remote Mozambican shores of Lake Malawi
Village teams compete for honours in the annual Dug-out Canoe Race on Lake Niassa, with two teams from each lakeside village, made up of both men and women, competing for prizes to go towards development in their respective villages. The event is sponsored by Gerard van Dijk, a long-time investor at Nkwichi Lodge and strong supporter of the work of the Trust./p>
Luwawa International Mountain bike race is a 42-50km mountain bike race which is held in June every year, and which is gaining a reputation throughout the region, as a tough but exciting competition. For further enquiries about this event and for entry forms please contact George at the following via the contact page.This event is open to all, regardless of age or ability. There is an ample supply of water stops as well as first aid facilities and logistical support from our staff.
The Lake Malawi Sailing Marathon (LMSM) has taken place since 1984. The idea was born by a group of sailors, in the form of a casual sail northward up the Lake. The LMSM is more than just a race up the Lake, it is a challenge, an adventure, an opportunity to experience the country of Malawi from a perspective witnessed by few, and a chance to enjoy the camaraderie shared on this sailing safari.