Malyo Wilderness Camp nestles on the bank of the Kwando River in one of the permanent channels. Located between permanent water and grass-swept plains, we took pride in our commitment to tread lightly on the Earth – the result is an organic architecture that blends seamlessly with one of the most breathtaking landscapes in Namibia.
Malyo Wilderness Camp is rewarding, both spiritually and physically and again reinforced the knowledge in my mind about why Southern Africa is such a special part of our Planet. A region that must, at all costs, be preserved for future generations. The whole area around Malyo is fertile and largely undeveloped, with lush riverine ecosystems supporting abundant game and birdlife, with the Mudumu National Park just minutes’ drive away.
Malyo is surrounded by an abundant array of wildlife throughout the year leaving guests enchanted by the changing moods of the Kwando River with it’s channels, lagoons, shallow wetlands and floodplains. ?The riverine forest and open grasslands, schrubland and palm savannah, one can understand the diversity of ecosystems kept in this small area.