5 Ways CAWS is helping to beat plastic pollution

This World Environment Day, we’d like to share 5 ways in which our camps and community and conservation projects are helping to beat plastic pollution in their day-to-day operations:

Back to the bush with the Shire River Trail in Liwonde National Park

We recently conducted the Shire River Trail for a group of guests at Mvuu Camp and Lodge. The trail is a three-day trek spanning across 30kms of scenic floodplains and Miombo woodlands. Starting at the foot of the Nafiulu Hills, leading up to a 23km hike, and ending with a 7km walk al

An update on CITW’s YES Clubs

The Nanthomba and Ntapwa YES Clubs belonging to the Liwonde zone, recently held a joint meeting at the Nangondo Primary School center. The main objective of this meeting was to develop the two YES clubs’ joint programmes and activities, as well as discussing the reintroduction of lion

Naomi & Charlie from Equator to Cape enjoy a quick break at Chintheche Inn

Naomi and Charlie, who are on an epic charity bicycle ride - ‘Equator to Cape', recently indulged in a quick, rejuvenating holiday at Chintheche Inn, during their stopover in Northern Malawi. Click through to read what they had to say about their experience at the Inn.

Excellent cheetah sightings and elephant viewing at Mvuu – herds of up to 120 spotted

Guests visiting Mvuu Camp and Lodge in Liwonde National Park are being treated to excellent elephant sightings at the moment. This month, guests on boat safaris and transfers were able to see large herds of up to 120 elephants swimming across the Shire River, from the bank at Namandan

Family travel bloggers enjoy stays at Mvuu Camp and Chintheche Inn

This month, we were pleased to host travel blogger Karen Beddow and her family, who visited Mvuu Camp as part of a family holiday in Malawi. Karen Beddow is the founder of Mini Travellers, a multi award-winning family travel blog that collaborates with diverse brands, tourist boards a

Lights off, Stars on at CAWS camps during Earth Hour

On 24th March 2018, at 8.30 PM, the CAWS camp teams across Malawi participated in the annual Earth Hour switch off. Guests and team members alike joined millions of people around the world, who turned off their lights to show their commitment towards taking action against climate chan

River levels and the effect thereof in the summer rainfall season

The rainy season in Malawi is a time when greenery permeates the country and water bodies fill up. The ample supplies of fresh rainwater, give rise to a burst of life and activity. During this season, the rise in water levels of the lake, rivers and streams throughout the country allo

Interesting animal behaviour during the Green Season

Wildlife enthusiasts interested in watching animals exhibit an array of unique behavioural patterns can do just that on the Nyika Plateau and in Liwonde National Park, during the Green season. Unlike the dry season, the rainy season in Africa ushers in a shift in wildlife dynamics, wh

5 Cool things to do on safari during the Green Season

During the Green Season in Malawi, the country's key wilderness areas become full of life and energy, allowing avid wildlife enthusiasts and nature-lovers to experience the best of Malawi’s wildlife and natural heritage. Here is a list of five must-dos for guests embarking on safaris