Our Honeymoon Malawi itinerary has been meticulously designed to cover the locations ideal for a budding romance. This schedule will provide you the honeymoon of your dreams, regardless of whether you choose to spend your days enjoying water sports and excursions to nearby villages or lounging together in a hammock in perfect privacy. Enjoy a breathtaking flight over Lake Malawi to land in heaven on Likoma Island after a week of thrilling safari excursions.
On this magnificent Malawi Honeymoon Vacation you will visit different locations were you will experience fantastic haven Malawi has to offer. You will go to Majete wildlife reserve, Liwonde National Park and then to Lake Malawi. Majete Wildlife Reserve is a largely unknown location in Malawi, making it a popular choice for exclusive expedition destinations with distinctive and thrilling safaris. Majete is Malawi’s only recognized Big 5 Park. Although Malawi is not a wealthy nation, its citizens are extremely wealthy.
Liwonde National Park is situated in the Southern Region of Malawi. It is a component of the broader Liwonde-Mangochi complex, which is overseen by African Parks in collaboration with the Department of National Parks and Wildlife.
Lake Malawi is the world’s third-deepest freshwater lake. The basin has a high prevalence of water-borne illnesses and is densely populated. The lake is the most fish species-rich lake in the world, with 800 to 1000 different kinds of fish living there. Over 100,000 tons of fish are caught annually by the lake’s 56,000 anglers. Over 1.6 million people rely on the fishing for their daily survival. Overuse, invasive species, habitat deterioration and deforestation, pollution, and climate change are some of the biggest dangers to the lake.
Upon landing at Chileka International Airport, You will be met by your driving guide and transferred to Majete Wildlife Reserve, which is about a 1.5-hour drive away. Majete is located at the foot of Africa’s Great Rift Valley and, despite its expanding animal population brought on by recent conservation initiatives, it is still less well-known than other safari locations in Africa. Expect first-rate guiding in the unpolluted forest and secluded luxury.
For the following three nights, you will spend time in the honeymoon chalet at Mkulumadzi, the most opulent lodge in all of Majete. Use this evening to make a detailed plan for the activities you want to undertake over the next couple of days at Mkulumadzi because they are highly adaptable and are conducted by knowledgeable, first-class guides with significant training. You won’t run out of things to do here with the availability of boating, walking, and car safaris, as well as the chance to visit nearby communities.
You’ll wake up early this morning to the sound of birdsong surrounding your hut, giving you ample time to brew a nice cup of coffee before crossing the footbridge for your first dawn safari. Early game drives are ideal for watching big cats in activity, and the pastel skies and mild breeze in the morning dew provide a welcoming ambiance. Cultural visits to learn about local Malawian life can also be arranged during this time.
Following your morning exercise and brunch, you will check out and cross the foot bridge for your roughly 3.5-hour transfer to Liwonde. You will cross the Shire River by boat to go to Kuthengo Camp, where you will spend the next four nights. Kuthengo resort is a small, secluded, rustic resort with no barriers to nature, tucked away among Fever trees and Baobabs. Elephants, antelope, warthogs, and other animals can be seen wandering around your veranda. Hippos can also be seen in the Shire beyond your tent.
Spend some downtime lounging by the pool or in your airy safari tent in between activities. In the evenings, unwind in the cozy lounge and bar with a refreshing drink and just take in this peaceful region of the world.
Following your morning workout and breakfast, you will check out and cross the Shire on your way to Liwonde airstrip, where you will board your aircraft to Likoma Island via Lilongwe. After your arrival in paradise, you will be picked up and taken in a quick transfer to your lodge, Kaya Mawa, where you will spend the following five nights in the honeymoon suite. It is unquestionably the best property on Lake Malawi and a true laid-back paradise where time seems to stand still. The name “maybe tomorrow” translates from the native Nyanja language.
You have four complete days to slow down and get used to the “no shoes, no news” culture here. You might be pleased to spend your days lounging in a hammock and reading a book, but for the more daring travelers, there are snorkeling, kayaking, water sports, and scuba diving trips that will take you to some of the world’s most bio diverse lakes, where you can discover undiscovered coves and caverns.
After enjoying a relaxing morning, check out of the hotel and be taken to the Likoma airfield to catch your flight to Lilongwe for your international flight home.
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