Wildlife transformations are underway with Malawi’s safari experiences now starting to match its other tourism attractions as it emerges as one of Africa’s most complete destinations.
Helping its 2017 growth considerably was the ground-breaking #500Elephants project completed during the year, with it being the largest elephant translocation in human history.
Also, Nkhotakota Wildlife Reserve welcomed a new, affordable camp in 2017, while Liwonde, Malawi’s premier park is to see the opening of a new Robin Pope Safaris camp in April 2018. Nkhotakota’s Kachenga and Tongole camps are planned to be incorporated into the fenced sanctuary area of the Reserve when it is expanded in 2018.
Additionally, Malawi Travel Marketing Consortium welcomed a number of new members, including, Kande Horse, Zomba Forest Lodge, Serendib Hotels, Warm Heart Adventures and Hill Springs Lodge.