Lake Malawi has some of has some of the most spectacular diving in Africa! With endless turquoise waters and tiny cichlids to add a splash of colour, half the beauty of Cape Maclear is under the surface of that enticing blue water.
We offer diving for those holding a certificate for Open Water Diving. A dive costs $35 per person. For those
seeking dive certification, Patrick has recently joined the HEEED team as a Dive Instructor. He offers courses in Open Water, Advance, Adventure, Rescue and many more courses. For more information see SCUBA SHACK Cape Maclear divers’ brochure.
Cape Maclear is nestled in the rolling hills of Nkhunguni.
There is no better view than from the hilltop path in the National Park. We can offer a guide to show you the beauty of the national park or the history and mystery of the colonial graves and rock carvings for $10 for half a day of exploring.
There are loads of wonderful kayak trips to take around Cape Maclear. Otters Point, Thumbi Island or just go for a paddle down the shoreline. If you want a guide, one of our experienced staff members would be happy to accompany you on your adventure! Rent a kayak for $15 for half a day.
Whether you are after a day trip to Thumbi Island to go snorkelling or a sunset cruise to feed the Fish Eagles, our two boats with their experienced boatmen are at your disposal. Talk to Elious at the lodge for more details as prices depend on the itinery.
While you're staying with us..
We offer a range of activities from the lodge, so that you can make the most of your stay in the beautiful Cape Maclear. We try to accomodate everyone's plans, so let us know if there is something you would like to do and our staff can try to arrange it for you. Even if we can't do something ourselves, we have lot's of useful friends who would be happy to help!