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.
Fly High Africa and Matthew Brazier Photography (based in Washington DC) recently released some breathtaking drone footage of Nyika National Park, which was captured on their recent visit to the plateau.
Ever wanted to find out more about the guides who help make your safari experience so special? Here's some things you may not know about Blessings, one of our fantastic guides at Chelinda Lodge and Camp.
We're excited to be welcoming Malawi’s biggest international arts event, the Lake of Stars Festival, back to its original home later this year at our Chintheche Inn. The festival will take place from September 30 – October 2, 2016.
Two Zoology students from the University of Exeter have recently finished undertaking an innovative bicycle powered cinema project in Malawi, reaching over 14,000 people with their film 'Stop Wildlife Crime, Protect Malawi’s Wildlife'.