You can enjoy the finest of Malawi with Barefoot on this tour, which offers unrivaled comfort and style. You will have the best experience possible for all of your transports, daily activities, and airport pickup (if desired). You can spend a short amount of time in the African forest and on the beaches of the third largest lake in Africa by visiting Liwonde National Park and Lake Malawi National Park. The Lake Malawi National Park is situated at Cape Maclear at the southern end of Lake Malawi and is the first freshwater national park in the world as well as a World Heritage Site. The park encompasses the land surrounding the cape and harbor, the Lake, and islands that are up to 100 meters (330 feet) offshore. This area features a true aquarium full of tropical fish swimming in waters that are vibrantly multicolored. Here, more than anyplace else in the world, the endless thousands of freshwater fish known as mbuna are more numerous and diverse. Fish can be fed straight from the hand, and boats can be rented. In addition to a wide range of birds such fish eagles, cormorants, and hyrax, the park also features baboons, antelope, and hyrax away from the lake.
Liwonde National Park boasts one of Africa’s highest densities of animals! As the park is home to about 900 elephants, you will get the chance to see enough of them! The elephant population has increased to the point where it is now difficult for them to survive; as a result, some of them were moved in what was dubbed “the biggest elephant translocation in Malawi” to the Nkhotakota Wildlife Reserve.
Today, we’ll depart the capital city early stopping at Dedza Pottery for their famous cheese cake and Malawi coffee. We’ll stop for lunch en route and then continue on to Lilongwe National Park. Upon arrival we will are transfer by boat across the Shire River to our accommodation. Despite the short distance, we might be lucky and see our first hippos. After receiving our instruction on the dos and don’ts of playing in a dangerous game region and settling in, It’s time for our three-hour Shire River sunset boat safari. The second day will begin with a morning game drive. We will search for the elusive black rhino and the many other animal species the park has to offer with expert rangers. After a filling breakfast, we’ll return to the camp during the sweltering afternoon. The day is ours to do as we like before we meet up with our ranger once more for the afternoon trip.
After a filling breakfast and one more game drive through Liwonde National Park, we will bridge the Shire River once more on our way to Senga Bay. Here, we will take a boat transfer to Nankoma Island, where we will spend the following two nights. The lodge on Nankoma Island in Lake Malawi provides free non-motorized activities including kayaking and snorkeling. Our accommodation will cover all meals, drinks (except for alcohol), and a boat ride on Lake Malawi.
This is the last day of our “Best of Malawi” journey. After breakfast, we’ll meet our tour guide to return to the mainland. We can eat lunch at Livingstone and take in the lake vista one last time before we depart the island at 11:00 a.m. Senga Bay to Lilongwe’s route travels through stunning vistas and sceneries. We will reach the capital in the late evening to catch your flight back home.
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