Teachers visit to Mvuu Camp

Local school teachers inspired following visit to Mvuu Camp.

A group of school teachers were left feeling inspired to return to the classrooms and inform their students of the importance of conserving natural habitats and wildlife, following a recent trip to Mvuu Camp.
Paul and Janet Kilham on Nyika Plateau

CAWS welcome new managers to Chelinda Camp and Lodge

Central African Wilderness Safaris are extremely excited to announce that from July 2015 Paul and Janet Kilham will take over as the new managers of Chelinda Camp and Lodge.
Hide construction

New hide under construction in Liwonde National Park

A new ‘water level hide’ is currently under construction in Liwonde National Park close to Mvuu Camp and Lodge.
Ulendo Airlink Plane

Ulendo Airlink to station plane permanently at Chelinda

Between June 1st and October 30th2015, Ulendo Airlink will have a C206, with belly pod, permanently based at Chelinda Lodge and Camp in Nyika National Park.
Ministry of Transport Group Photo

CAWS help pave the way for better road to Nyika

A meeting with Malawi’s Ministry of Transport on April 16th has led to promises of an improved road linking Rumphi to Thazima Gate in Nyika National Park.
David March

Mvuu guests sponsor local school children

Two retired school teachers from the UK are sponsoring three children involved in the Children in the Wilderness (CITW) Programme, after taking part in a village tour organised by Central African Wilderness Safaris.
Black rhino calf

New Black Rhino calf born in Liwonde National Park!

It is with great excitement that Central African Wilderness Safaris can announce that during March one of Liwondes rhinos, Namatunu, gave birth to a new little baby calf.
Nat Geo Traveler Magazine

Safari listed in ‘top 50 tours’ by National Geographic Traveler magazine

A safari tour run by Central African Wilderness Safaris (CAWS) has been selected as one of National Geographic Traveller magazines ’50 Tours of a Lifetime’.
CAWS MD Chris Badger (middle) and Dr Emma Stone from African Bat Conservation (left)

March to end wildlife crime in Malawi – a success

Thursday April 2nd saw members of Central African Wilderness Safaris (CAWS) Lilongwe office join hundreds of Malawian citizens in a march supporting Malawi’s “Stop Wildlife Crime” campaign.
Stop Wildlife Crime campaign (Jonathan Vaughan pictured centre)

CAWS talk to ‘Stop Wildlife Crime’ campaign coordinator Jonathan Vaughan

"...The most important thing recently, is that there is political will at the highest level to try and combat wildlife crimes in Malawi. The government have signed up to the Clinton Initiative so they have put a moratorium on domestic trade in ivory. They have also recently joined the