Malawi Tour MNZL

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Duration : 8 Days 7 Nights

Day 1 and 2 : Mulanje

Today you will be transferred from Blantyre & set off to Mulanje & taken to Likhubula Forest Lodge. It is an approximate 1 ½ hour drive from Blantyre. Tea estate with mount Mulanje in the background  Mulanje massif Mulanje is a town in the Southern Region of Malawi close to the border of Mozambique. It is near the Mulanje Massif. It is the headquarters of the conservation group, the Mulanje Mountain Conservation Trust. The small town of Mulanje is the center of Malawi's tea growing industry Mt. Mulanje is one of the very remarkable natural resources in Malawi. Apart from its famous and imposing Sapitwa Peak that stands over 3000 metres above sea level, the attractive Mt. Mulanje is more than a rock. It has a very rich and stunning forest reserve which is home to a rich and diverse endemic plant and animal species. After breakfast at Likhubula Forest Lodge, you will start your hike on Mulanje Mountain. Overnight at one of the huts on the Mountain..
YOU HAVE BEEN BOOKED INTO MULANJE OUTDOORS FOR 2 NIGHTS ON FULL BOARD BASIS.
INCLUDES: ACCOMMODATION, ALL MEALS, ALL GUIDE FEES, ALL ADMINISTRATION PORTERS &ALL ENTRY FEES EXCLUDES: DRINKS AND BOTTLED WATER, CLIENT PORTERS, TOILETRIES & ITEMS OF PERSONAL NATURE


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Day 3 and 4: Nyala Lodge

Today you will be transferred from Mulanje & make your way to Nyala Lodge which is approximately a 2 ½ hour drive. Nyala Lodge is situated an hour away from Blantyre in Lengwe National Park. It is easily accessible on good roads. The drive down from the escarpment provides amazing views over the Lower Shire Valley & the Shire River. Lengwe is home to the beautiful Nyala Antelope which is indigenous only to this park in Malawi. There are many species in the park including Kudu. Impala, Bush Buck, Reed Buck, Buffalo, Duiker, Hyena and Warthogs. The park is home to over 300 bird species. Nyala Lodge offers nine Luxurious en-suite chalets (family rooms and double rooms), which, with their thatched roofs, blend in with the surroundings. All rooms have cold and hot water showers, electricity, mosquito nets ceiling fan. Two rooms are equipped with air conditioners. The main building consists a restaurant and bar area with a Khonde overlooking a waterhole, where animals frequently come to drink. There is a little pool where one can cool down on the hot days.


YOU HAVE BEEN BOOKED INTO NYALA LODGE IN A STANDARD ROOM FOR 2 NIGHTS ON FULL BOARD BASIS. INCLUDES: ACCOMMODATION, ALL MEALS, WALKING SAFARIS & A GAME DRIVE
EXCLUDES:DRINKS, PARK ENTRY FEES, OTHER ACTIVITIES & EXCURSIONS. (Other Activities can be arranged & paid for directly at the lodge or with Jambo Africa Ltd)

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Day 5: Ku Chawe Inn, Zomba

Today you will depart Mvuu Camp & make your way to Zomba. Zomba is in southern Malawi, in the Shire Highlands. The city is best known for its British colonial architecture and its location at the base of the dramatic Zomba.Plateau. Zomba Plateau is arguably Zomba's most famous feature. In some parts,  kuchawe bed it rises to 1800m in height and is covered with vast tracts of African Juniper and Widdringtonia, and other mixed vegetation. The top of the plateau is criss-crossed by streams and is dotted with waterfalls and still lakes. The hike to the top of the Plateau is a popular tourist activity. KU CHAWE INN Sunbird Ku Chawe is Malawi’s premiere mountain resort and one of the best places to fully take in the vast and beautiful countryside of Malawi. The hotel stands overlooking the Zomba Plateau which rises to nearly 2200m above sea level. Around this hotel are some of the most stunning views to be seen in all of Africa. Discover a majestic vision of beauty hidden in the heart of Malawi. Surrounded by landscape and terraced gardens, this hotel commands spectacular views, which on clear days stretch all the way along the Shire Highlands and Mount Mulanje. Each room has been attractively furnished with en suite bathrooms, satellite television and log fires to compliment the cozy atmosphere of the Inn. The gardens are beautifully landscaped and full of interesting flowers and trees Rooms are all en suite, air-conditioned, have digital satellite television, international direct dialing, Wi-Fi internet, email facilities and 220 volts power points (British standard).


YOU HAVE BEEN BOOKED INTO KU CHAWE INN FOR 1 NIGHT IN A STANDARD ROOM ON HALF BOARD BASIS.
INCLUDES: DRINKS, LUNCH, ACTIVITIES & EXCURSIONS (TOURS CAN BE ARRANGED & PAID FOR DIRECTLY AT THE LODGE)
EXCLUDES:Drinks, Park Entry Fees, Other Activities & Excursions. (Other Activities can be arranged & paid for directly at the lodge or with Jambo Africa Ltd)

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Day 6 and 7: Mvuu Camp

Today you will be transferred from KuChawe Inn & make your way to Mvuu Camp which is approximately a 1 ½ hour drive. elephant and hippo's  Hippos

Mvuu Camp overlooks a broad stretch of the Shire River with a profusion of hippos, crocodiles and the amazing birdlife of the Liwonde National Park. Boat trips are the highlight and offer the best way to seeing the park’s elephants as well as the huge crocodiles. Birdlife is prolific with the park regarded as one of the finest birding spots in Africa - both for the number of species and the relative ease with which the ‘specials’ can be seen.

The accommodation is a clever mix of stone and canvas chalets and specially-designed family tents. Activities at Mvuu Camp revolve around boating trips on the Shire River and game drives (morning and afternoon/evening). Nature walks and bike rides are also incredibly popular.

The wildlife includes large breeding herds of elephant, plenty of hippo and crocodile, sable antelope, impala, reedbuck, oribi, leopard, serval and lion. Birdlife is prolific with the park regarded as one of the finest birding spots in Africa


YOU HAVE BEEN BOOKED INTO MVUU CAMP FOR 2 NIGHTS ON A FULL BOARD BASIS INCLUDES: ACCOMMODATION, ALL MEALS, A BOAT SAFARI, WALKING SAFARI, A GAME DRIVE & PARK ENTRY FEES.
EXCLUDES:DRINKS, OTHER ACTIVITIES & EXCURSIONS

Day 8: Departure

After breakfast, you will be transferred back to Blantyre or Lilongwe