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UNIQUE OPPORTUNITY TO WITNESS 'CONSERVATION MALAWI'
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To allow visitors to witness this amazing country-wide conversation initiative in action, and see the thriving and growing big game populations, Robin Pope Safaris have created an amazing 'Conservation Malawi' itinerary. This 10-day package takes you on a journey through all three parks, giving an unforgettable safari experience of an African conservation success story and a country's wildlife transformed.

(TRAVPR.COM) UK - April 26th, 2017 - Malawi is currently home to one of the most exciting and wide reaching wildlife conservation projects ever seen in Africa. The African Parks organisation now manages 3 of Malawi's parks & reserves and has undertaken a massive program of re-stocking and wildlife protection across all three. Majete Reserve has already been the recipient of more than 2500 animals at a cost of US$2.5Million and has grown into a Big 5 reserve now with over 10,000 animals. The two other reserves have only been taken over more recently but Nkhotakota is already half way through the biggest elephant translocation in human history, with 250 received in 2016 and another 250 due in 2017 (plus many hundreds more head of game). Liwonde is in the process of receiving a group of cheetah and a relocation of lions is also planned.

To allow visitors to witness this amazing country-wide conversation initiative in action, and see the thriving and growing big game populations, Robin Pope Safaris have created an amazing 'Conservation Malawi' itinerary. This 10-day package takes you on a journey through all three parks, giving an unforgettable safari experience of an African conservation success story and a country's wildlife transformed.

The tour begins with a transfer from Blantyre International Airport to Mkulumadzi, a 2-and-a-half-hour drive through colourful local scenes of villages, agriculture and the Malawian bush where you will reach the camp. Located on the Mkulumadzi River within Majete Wildlife Reserve, you will be staying in stunning accommodation – the Mkulumadzi Lodge. Once you have rested, you will be ready for the next two days with your choice of game drives, boating safaris, bush walks, hiking, black rhino tracking, cultural tours, birding trips on the Shire river and a game-viewing from a hide, all within Malawi’s Big 5 reserve.

The next three nights will see you stay at Mvuu Lodge, hosted in luxury stone and thatch safari tents overlooking a tranquil lagoon located just off the Shire River. Mvuu Lodge is a 4-hour journey from Mkulumadzi towards the serene Liwonde National Park, considered to be one of the top birding locations in Southern Africa. With beautiful riverine surroundings, this will present you with some of the most scenic game viewing experiences.

Upon leaving Mvuu Lodge and Liwonde National Park, the 5-hour scenic drive encountering stunning landscapes and culture along the way will lead you to the Nkhotakota Reserve where you will be staying at the Tongole Wilderness Lodge located on the banks of the lovely Bua River. You have three full days here (4 nights) to fully explore the Nkhotakota Reserve and an opportunity to learn more about the recent elephant translocation by African Parks. Once your Malawi experience draws to a close, you will be transferred back to Lilongwe for your onward journey.

The package is available from June through until December 2017 and all accommodation, activities (except motorized water sports which are optional) are included. Local drinks are also included at all lodges except Mvuu. Visa fees and international flights are excluded.

This experience will give you an insight into all the fantastic work African Parks have produced at returning Malawi to a thriving location of game-viewing and wildlife encounters.

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