Extremely rare Caspian Terns spotted in Liwonde – a first for Malawi

In late January, we recorded our first-ever (reported) sighting of Caspian Terns in Malawian skies, and since then, the extremely rare bird species has been paying us periodic surprise visits.

Four cheetahs translocated to Liwonde National Park

Central African Wilderness Safaris recently extended its support to African Parks and the Endangered Wildlife Trust, in their facilitation of the translocation of four cheetahs from South Africa to Liwonde National Park in Malawi.

Emma & Emma raise over MK 1,000,000 for CITW

Emma Badger and Emma Bryant set out on a mission to raise GBP 1,000 worth of funds for the children of CITW, a project that CAWS has supported for decades.

Photography Workshops at Mvuu Camp & Lodge

Guests visiting Mvuu Camp and Lodge in Liwonde National Park, can now sign up for photography workshops, which are being conducted by international field guide Frank Weitzer who has a keen eye and knack for wildlife photography. These workshops will be running until mid-June and cost

Joanna Codrington’s epic Malawian adventure & travelogue

Central African Wilderness Safaris recently hosted Joanna Codrington and her friends, and took them on an epic adventure across Malawi. Joanna was born in Malawi and lived in the country in the 1950s and 60s.

Samuel Chihana secures #20 ranking on tourHQ’s list of top 100 guides in the world

CAWS guide Samuel Lenard Chihana recently secured the number 20 ranking in tourHQ’s Global Guide Awards 2017 programme, which recognizes the world’s top 100 guides every year.

World Migratory Bird Day 2017 feature– a look at Liwonde’s migrant birds

This World Migratory Bird Day (WMBD), our team is pleased to share an overview of common migrant bird species that can be found in Liwonde National Park.

Rare tussle between an elephant and crocodile in Liwonde National Park

An Mvuu Camp guest recently captured an extremely rare sighting of a heated tussle between a crocodile and an elephant in Liwonde National Park.

Travel with CAWS and reduce your impact on the planet

When you travel with Central African Wilderness Safaris, you can rest assured that we are doing our part to reduce our impact on the planet, so your holiday and journey will be a truly “green getaway”. Here are a few ways that we make our operation more environmentally-friendly: