Danforth Lodge and Yacht Charters.
Danforth Yachting, situated at Cape Maclear
bordering on the Lake Malawi National Park, offers
superb Lake Malawi accommodation. Surrounded
by islands, this is one of the most beautiful locations
on this magnificent lake. Danforth is both a Malawi yacht
charter company and a luxury lodge, focusing on sailing
and water sports. Owner run and offering personal
attention, Danforth Yachting delivers all round excellence.
Read below for our latest updates on our Lake Malawi
Family holidays at Danforth Yachting
Over the past few weeks we have had fun hosting families with children of varying ages.
The first hit with all of them is always the ground level trampoline in the garden! For some reason, kids of all sizes find this an irresistible attraction and many happy hours are spent bouncing. We have fitted safety cushions around the springs, making it user friendly. Other fun activities include snorkeling trips, kayaking, water-skiing, tubing and dinghy sailing to name just a few of the highlights.
One family left a wonderful review and we just had to share it with you: “We traveled as a family of four (kids 8 and 11) and between us all we swam, sailed, water-skied, dived, tubed, snorkeled, kayaked, trampolined, played table tennis, walked into the village and wished we had squeezed in walking and cycling. This really is a place for everyone. The owners and their team are amazing and their aim is for you to have as much fun as you want to have and to enjoy the beautiful Lake Malawi.”
For more information on our family offering on the Malawi Tourism website http://goo.gl/NqY0LP.
Tom Rowley, a journalist with The Telegraph recently stayed with us as part of his quest to find out about a First World War naval battle staged on the tranquil waters of Lake Malawi. The British steamer, HMS Guendolen, had seized its German rival, the Hermann Von Wissmann. But perhaps it wasn’t all as heroic as it sounds… You can read the full article here: http://goo.gl/VBJ2CD.
And finally, our winter sunsets have been leaving our guests stunned so we decided to share a week’s worth of sunsets on our Facebook page for all to enjoy www.facebook.com/danforthyachting.
You guys are legends. As close to paradise as you can get without going to heaven. Thanks! Plus big shout to Dean for teaching me to jump on a wake-board.
Floris. Luxembourg. June 2014
A fantastic place made even more special by the people. Thank you all for a relaxing, exhausting, fun-packed few days.
Ewen, Maggie, Matthew, Jason. Angola. June 2014