Enjoy this 4-day Malawi wildlife safari package at Liwonde National Park. This Fly-In safari package includes breathtaking scenery and wildlife. Liwonde National Park, Malawi’s premier wildlife reserve is situated on the upper Shire River 160 kilometers/100 miles north of Blantyre and has a lot to offer. It is one of the few national parks with animals that offers game walks as an alternative to the more typical game drive due to its nearly nonexistent presence of deadly predators. On a vacation to Malawi, you can go on a canoe or boat safari. In addition to the popular walking and open-top 4×4 game drive safaris, boat safaris are also an option in this national park due to the Shire River’s passing through the park. Hippopotamuses and crocodiles can be observed in great numbers in the river. You might see elephants, hyenas, lions, leopards, and antelopes in the park are other areas. In addition, the black rhino has been reintroduced! The park is renowned for its wide variety of birds, including the African Fish Eagle.
When you arrive at Lilongwe International Airport, you will be received and assisted with immigration requirements before boarding your charter aircraft for the flight to Mvuu Lodge in Liwonde National Park. The flight takes about 45 minutes. Flying along the Shire River as you get closer to Liwonde National Park, you might spot elephant and sable herds of elephants on the floodplains as you come in to land at Mvuu. It takes just 5 minutes to go from the airfield to the Lodge.
The Mvuu Wilderness Lodge is located on the banks of a tranquil lagoon that empties into the Shire River in the center of Liwonde National Park. The Lillian’s lovebird, Brown-breasted Barbet, Palmnut Vulture, Pel’s Fishing Owl, and Livingstone’s Flycatcher are among the specialties of birding. There is also a viewing hide on a Shire River tributary, as well as some intriguing cycling excursions to the neighborhood school and rural settlements nearby.
This is the last day of your Malawi safari holiday package. You will return to Lilongwe for your flight out today after a 45-minute flight through the Great African Rift’s mountains to the west. Alternately, you might extend your trip by adding a few extra days of relaxation at a lodge on Lake Malawi’s shore.
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