10 Nov 2014 - 31 Aug 2015
CLASSIC CAR ADVENTURE THROUGH MALAWI DRIVING FULLY MAINTAINED TRIUMPH AND VOLVO CLASSICS
Discover Malawi is the shortest tour (about 1900km in 12 days) where participants drive one of the classic cars during the day and
Takulandirani and welcome to Malawi!
Situated on the iconic Great Rift Valley in Central Africa, and one of Africa's smallest countries, Malawi is affectionately known as ‘The Warm Heart of Africa' and is rapidly emerging as one of the last undiscovered gems of Africa. With endless adventure and culture opportunities offered in a land famous for its welcoming people, Malawi's highlights include national parks, mountains and the stunning shores of Lake Malawi. Bordering Tanzania, Zambia and Mozambique, Malawi offers a spectacularly diverse landscape filled with some of the continent's most breathtaking scenery and home to towering mountains, prolific wildlife parks, great value Malawi hotels, rivers, plateaux, forests and one of Africa's most beautiful inland Lakes, Lake Malawi.
With an impressive historical culture, abundance of attractions and inspiring sense of national pride, Malawi is one of the most exceptional of African countries offering the intrepid explorer a truly unique experience of Africa and something genuinely extraordinary.
Malawi's unspoilt wilderness, game parks, verdant plateaus and rugged highlands attract a good number of adventure seekers and nature lovers and there is a lot to see and do in Malawi. Malawi's nine game reserves and national parks give ample opportunities to enjoy unspoilt wilderness and observe myriad wildlife cavorting in their natural setting. Particularly noteworthy are the Nyika National Park (elevation 2,300 m), a leopard habitat also known for its abundant orchid species, and Liwonde National Park, home to hippos, crocodiles, elephants, zebras and antelopes. The ideal way of visiting the parks is on a locally led tour in Malawi. Trekking and mountain hiking are also popular activities for visitors.
Lake Malawi, with its vast expanse of crystal clear waters, numerous beautiful palm fronted beaches and spectacular marine life, is the highlight of a Malawi holiday for many visitors. Apart from great diving, swimming and snorkelling opportunities, taking a Malawi tour to cruise down the lake's amazing 500 km length is enormous fun. Ferryboats take visitors to many islands and remote fishing villages around the lake. Good value resorts, Malawi hotels and lodges provide accommodation in Malawi at scenic locations on the lake shore. You can even use our interactive Malawi map to choose your hotel in Malawi based on its location.
Malawi's capital Lilongwe is a modern city situated in central Malawi. A green and pleasant city, its main attraction is the Old Town with its markets, Lilongwe hotels, cafes and bars. The largest town in the country is Blantyre, which is also the commercial capital. Located in the more developed southern part of Malawi, Blantyre boasts of many historic buildings and churches. It is an ideal base for tourists looking to explore the misty peaks of Mt Mulunje and other nearby attraction of Zomba Plateau and offers a range of Blantyre hotel options.
Stunning views, a great lake, fascinating wildlife, and a most friendly people are what await visitors in the Republic of Malawi. The laidback charm of it makes it even more appealing for many visitors. We are locally based and can help you find the perfect Malawi hotel or Malawi tour to ensure you have the best holiday in Malawi possible!
From: USD 225
Mvuu Camp is situated within Liwonde National Park on the banks of the Shire River.[more info]
From: USD 160
Chelinda is set within Nyika National Park and overlooks a crystal-clear dam with views out onto the open grasslands of the Nyika Plateau. Nyika National Park is Malawi's most northern wildlife area.
From: USD 86
Thawale Camp is situated within Majete Wildlife Reserve and has recently undergone exciting renovations, as well as new management, to offer you fresh menus and experienced services.[more info]
From: USD 25
Domwe Island offers a truly Robinson Crusoe experience for travelers who want to really experience the romantic and rustic side of Lake Malawi.[more info]
From: USD 70
Check out this great budget wilderness lodge on the outskirts of Liwonde National Park![more info]
From: USD 75
Mgoza Lodge is an ideal spot for resting and relaxing while enjoying the live atmosphere along the shore of Lake Malawi.[more info]
From: USD 32
Nanchengwa Lodge is an owner managed lodge and one of the longest standing lodges on the southern lakeshore. An ideal place to relax and chat with other travelers about your adventures![more info]
From: USD 230
Spectacular views, outstanding accommodation and sublime luxury on the shores of Lake Malawi.
PLEASE NOTE THAT THE LODGE WILL BE CLOSED FROM 8th JANUARY 2014 TILL 28th MARCH 2014[more info]
From: USD 75
Tuckaways is a brand new small beach lodge tucked into the shores of Lake Malawi's Cape Maclear.[more info]
From: USD 250
Madzi Kuwala is a newly upgraded lake villa and a perfect hideaway to relax and unwind with friends and family.
NB: Public Holidays Special Rate: $350 per night
Takulandirani and welcome to Malawi!
Meet Judi, Juliet and Kate of The Responsible Safari Company, your local connection in Malawi! Speak with us to plan your Malawi holiday and to experience the very best of this outstanding and diverse slice of Africa![more]
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Customer FeedbackExcellent service, friendly and efficient. Very good suggestions about where to go and how long for due to a good understanding of what we wanted.
Ms Millie C. - Malawi