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
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.
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:
The Green Season is one of the most interesting times to travel across Malawi and visit its key national parks. Guests who visited Liwonde National Park and Nyika National Park during the Green Season have been treated to an array of interesting sightings.
Central African Wilderness Safaris (CAWS) recently relocated to a new office premises at Gable End in Area 43. The new office is situated in a tranquil, residential area and provides guests with a relaxed setting to make their travel inquiries and bookings in added comfort.