Central African Wilderness Safaris (CAWS), a leading travel and ecotourism company in Malawi has launched its latest green initiative – a ‘Tree with Every Trip’, to provide agents and guests with the opportunity to reduce the environmental impact of their travels.
Chelinda Primary School has been continuously developed and upgraded thanks to the generous contributions of several CAWS guests. Their efforts have helped to provide many students in the remote wilderness location of Nyika with access to an education and a more suitable learning environment.
If you’re planning a trip to Malawi anytime soon, it’s well worth remembering that this incredible destination has something very different to offer depending on the time of year that you choose to travel.
A specialised training session for CITW’s Eco-Club coordinators and teachers took place this month at Mvuu Camp and Chintheche Inn. A total of 16 team members benefited from the training, which highlighted the CITW curriculum and three core modules that were developed by the Lilongwe Wildlife Trust.
In August, amidst the excitement that surrounded the elephant translocation that was underway in Liwonde National Park, Prince Harry visited Malawi and extended his support to the ‘500 Elephants’ initiative.
If you’re planning a trip to Malawi anytime soon, here’s a quick overview of this incredible destination. We hope that this blog post will get you ready for a unique holiday, that will be filled with unforgettable memories.
After months of extensive planning and preparation, African Park recently commenced the process of translocating 500 elephants from Liwonde National Park to Nkotakota Wildlife Reserve. Termed ‘500 Elephants’, the initiative is the largest ever translocation of elephants to a single reserve and is one of the most significant translocation initiatives in conservation history.