People who live around Kasungu National Park depend on tourism and agriculture. The onset of the COVID-19 pandemic killed tourism and disrupted rural markets. It was a tragedy for many local people.
Ethiopian Airlines is launching additional flights to and from London’s Heathrow Airport from June 02 through to October 27.
Malawi’s biggest international arts event, Lake of Stars Festival, is returning to the central region for its 15th anniversary celebrations.
African Parks, an international non-governmental organisation (NGO) seeking to address Africa’s environmental conservation issues, will continue its Malawi initiatives throughout this year.
Cycle Malawi, a collective of cycling enthusiasts, has launched a collection of cycling tours throughout Malawi, where guests can enjoy the terrains, lakes, wildlife reserves and mountain forests.
After four years without lions roaming Liwonde, Malawi, African Parks has reintroduced the species back into the National Park.
Malawi’s tourism industry witnessed a ground-breaking year in 2017, with that growth set to continue this year, according to Malawi Travel Marketing Consortium.
On October 15, Malawi welcomed two cheetah cubs to the Liwonde National Park.
Aiming to promote animal conservation while also transforming the country’s wildlife and safari offering, African Parks and Malawi Department of National Parks and Wildlife have collaboratively completed the 500 Elephants initiative.
With support from Central African Wilderness Safaris, Peace Parks Foundation has recently translocated 34 elephants from Liwonde National Park to Nyika National Park, both in Malawi.