Set on the brilliant white, fine sandy shores of the world's 9th largest lake, Nkwichi lodge blends respectfully into the natural tree line. These six individually designed chalets epitomise African romance, from their massive four poster beds made from tree trunks and adorned with elaborate mosquito nets, to their double vaulted thatched ceilings, charming lake facing terraces scattered with hammocks and armchairs, and simply mind-blowing outdoor en-suite bathroom.
It is here where I sip champagne in a double bath carved out of natural rock, looking through trees to the water and beach below, and shower under a canopy of trees and stars... The romance continues at mealtimes: a candle-lit dinner on the beach, a picnic under a gigantic 2000 year old Baobab tree, lunch on the raised Lakeshore Deck shaded by fig trees, on the deck of the main lodge or that of your chalet. It's personalised attention all the way.