Malawi is a beautiful, diverse country, home to a variety of wildlife and cultural experiences. The perfect place to see the Big Five, visit diverse lake systems or learn about the rich mosaic of Malawian culture.
Lake Malawi, the “Lake of Stars” supports more species of fish than any other lake in the world. Snorkelling and diving adventures are spectacular, and can be enjoyed alongside sailing, wind-surfing, water-skiing and canoeing. Boasting busting local communities and beautiful sandy beaches, Likoma Island offers exclusive natural beauty. Activities on the island include birdwatching, cultural visits, cycling and hiking safaris. Guests enjoy the opportunity to sit on a mountain cliff above Cape Maclear, watching the brilliant red sun sink into Lake Malawi, offering unforgettable sunsets. From the islands, guests enjoy snorkelling and scuba diving surrounded by myriad of brightly coloured fish.
Liwonde National Park, the premier wildlife reserve in Malawi, incorporates the Shire River as well as quiet backwaters and lagoons, marshes, open savannah country, woodland and hills. With the rich diversity of habitats, the extensive variety of plant, animal and birdlife offer what is arguably the best birding location in central and southern Africa. Malawi is known as the “Warm Heart of Africa” as the gentle, friendly people welcome and ensure an unforgettable holiday.
Majete Wildlife Reserve is home to all of the “Big Five”, eland, sable, nyala and hartebeest, among a variety of other mammals. The community involvement and social upliftment are an inspiration story, which we are proud to support.
The unique slab of mountain, the Zomba Plateau, is covered by streams, waterfalls and lakes. The tracks around the top are glorious with views once described as “the best in the British Empire”. Sightings of leopard are rare, although these beautiful creatures are certainly in residence.