Celebrating Malawi’s 50 years of independence.

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This is a celebratory package marking Malawi’s 50th Independence. Known as the ‘Warm Heart of Africa’, this culturally diverse landlocked country has an extremely friendly and welcoming population; enhancing the overall experience. Malawi runs down the end of the Great Rift Valley.

Majete Wildlife Reserve

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Majete is Malawi’s only Big 5 Reserve and also one of the largest protected areas and covers an area of over 70,000ha. The reserve is located within the Miombo woodland ecoregion and much of the higher lying areas in the west of the park are dominated by Miombo/Brachystegia woodland.  Mkulumadzi Lodge is located within the reserve, on a 7000ha private concession and is known for its luxurious accommodation as well as its exclusivity.

 Satemwa Tea Estate (Thyolo)

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This is a scenic area where tea is grown, located in the south of Malawi and established in 1908. The neatly manicured tea bushes that sprawl across the landscape is indescribably beautiful. Huntingdon House in Satemwa Tea Estate offers many activities from the obvious tea tasting, to hikes and mountain biking within the beautifully kept estate. It’s also a haven for birdwatchers.

Liwonde National Park

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Liwonde National Park is considered to be one of the top birding locations in Southern Africa. The park well deserves these accolades as it offers some of the most scenic game viewing, beautiful riverine surroundings and varied bird watching you could wish to find. Mvuu Wilderness Lodge offers comfortable tented accommodation in spacious ‘Hemingway’-styled safari tents.

Lake Malawi National Park

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This Park was established in order to protect the cichlid fish unique to the area. In 1984 the park was designated a World Heritage Site.

Pumulani Lodge is exclusively situated on the westside of the Nankumba Peninsula, surrounded by national park. The ten villas are scattered around the hillside and are individual in shape and style but all have a spacious bedroom, bathroom and extensive sitting area.

Contact us for the full itinerary or for more information: info@robinpopesafaris.net

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