Namalikhate Lodge and Restaurant


The restaurant has as its centrepiece Thomas Mpira’s striking carving of the Spirits of Namalikhate (above). It provides simple meals that draw on local ingredients to both residents and non-residents. Although the cooks are willing to accommodate all possible requests, it should be understood that the menu is limited; and that meals are prepared to order.


Small conferences can be accommodated by arrangement.


Namalikhate Village was opened in 2004 to provide accommodation, dining and conference facilities to visitors to Kungoni Centre. It overlooks the Nadzipokwe River and is located a short distance from the Chamare Museum, Art Gallery and Showroom.


Comfortable accommodation is provided in five attractive chalets, which are divided into ten en suite rooms, each with two single beds, desk and chairs, making it possible to accommodate twenty guests altogether.


A distinctive feature of Namalikhate Village is its unique decoration by Kungoni Centre on cultural and artistic themes. The beautiful rooms and peaceful surroundings invite visitors to reflect on what they have experienced here. Camping is also available in the Botanic Garden for those who have their own tents.