Guests visiting Chelinda Camp and Lodge can now sign up for the Sangwala Trail – a three-day fully-catered trek that spans across 43kms of lush montane grasslands and woodlands. “Sangwala,” the name of the trail is derived from a combination of the names of the two overnight camps – Sangule & Zungwala.
Each year, the Lilongwe Wildlife Trust conducts a series of wildlife quiz events on World Environment Day. This year’s quiz featured contestants from 13 local schools, resulting in a tight competition. Lilongwe Private School emerged as the winner of the grand prize as well as an additional prize which were sponsored by Central African Wilderness Safaris.
We’ve refreshed our image library with lots of great photos by Juliet Lemon Photography. Juliet spent some time at our camps and a few other properties across Malawi, where she captured an array of striking photographs that beautifully portray the properties and their offering, as well as the pristine wilderness and vibrant community and culture of the surrounding areas.
Following our last update on the translocation of four cheetahs to Liwonde National Park in May, our guests are now being treated to regular sightings, with several back-to-back cheetah sightings reported in a single day, as well as an extremely rare sighting of one of the male cheetahs making a kill.
Central African Wilderness Safaris is pleased to announce that both of its properties located in Nyika National Park - Chelinda Camp and Chelinda Lodge, have secured individual awards in two distinct categories in the prestigious Tusker Awards programme hosted by Safari Index.
A total of 34 elephants were recently translocated 700km from Liwonde National Park to the highlands of Nyika National Park. During the translocation, Central African Wilderness Safaris had the pleasure of hosting several dignitaries and donors who were part of the initiative at Chelinda Camp and Lodge.
Gillian Rose, Founder and President of the Rosemary Pencil Foundation, and a long-standing supporter of CITW Malawi, recently concluded her annual visit to Malawi, where she had the pleasure of meeting and spending time with some of the students that have benefitted and continue to benefit from her ongoing projects and programmes.
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.