CAWS Relocates to New Office at Gable End

February 2017, Lilongwe Malawi: 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.

This fantastic new premises is also be home to Lark’s Café and offers guests a casual and vibrant area, where they can learn more about the high-quality safaris that CAWS offers in Malawi. The new office also has extensive gardens and a kiddies’ playground, additionally the office’s locally inspired décor ensures that the space looks colourful and chic.

Following a seamless move, the office is now fully-operational and all e-mail addresses and phone numbers remain unchanged. Guests are welcome to drop in and learn more about the latest travel deals and offers that are available for them to enjoy. From the company’s annual Green Season Specials, to updates on the latest sightings in Liwonde and Nyika National Park, guests can stop by at the office and learn more about travel in Malawi at their own convenience.

The move to the new office is part of Central African Wilderness Safaris’ ongoing efforts to provide guests with a more interactive, personalised and customer-centric service experience. The company’s team of highly qualified reservations consultants are now geared to showcase all of the camps in the CAWS portfolio in a more casual and upbeat environment.

Please visit www.cawsmw.com to find out more about Central African Wilderness Safaris.

 

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