Hotels in Lichinga: The hotel is located in the centre of Lichinga, the capital of the Niassa Province, just 3 km from the airport. Guests will find shopping venues in the near vicinity. This city hotel features all the comforts and amenities for guests on business or holiday, with great access to Lake Niassa, to the Nature Reserve of Niassa, and to Malawi. There are a total of 72 rooms at this hotel. Guests are welcomed in a lobby with 24-hour reception. Facilities include air conditioning, a hotel safe, currency exchange, lift access to the upper floors, conference facilities, and a car park. For additional fees, wireless Internet access, and room and laundry services are available. Guests can wine and dine in the café, bar or restaurant. The hotel has 72 rooms including 4 suites, 13 doubles and 55 twins. All rooms are equipped with air conditioning, a satellite TV, as well as a private en suite bathroom with a bath and hairdryer. Further in-room amenities include a telephone, Internet access, a safe, minibar, tea and coffee making facilities, and individually regulated heating. Guests have access to the outdoor pool and tennis court. In a cosy and pleasant environment, the restaurant offers a wide choice of international cuisine, a distinguished service bar and friendly service.
Hotels in Lichinga: This spectacular, camp-style resort is perched on the bank of the Lugenda River in a remote part of Mozambique's Niassa National Reserve. The resort consists of eight luxury tents set on lightly raised platforms, each with a private deck and en-suite bathroom with bath and shower in addition to king-sized beds and ceiling fans. On-site facilities include a bar offering cool, refreshing drinks, a swimming pool with river views, and a restaurant near the riverbed serving a breakfast of muffins and coffee as well as high tea and dinner. The resort offers mobile camping safaris for more adventurous guests either on foot or with canoes. Daily game drives are offered in the morning or afternoon as well, allowing visitors to take in the area's breath-taking scenery and observe wildlife such as birds, zebras, lions, elephants and leopards, all on an exotic safari in Mozambique's largest nature reserve.