14 Day See Malawi
- Fisherman’s Rest
- Majete Wildlife Reserve
- Tea Estates
- Zomba Plateau
- Cape Maclear
The driver takes you to Fisherman’s Rest where you will relax and later take a walk in the private game reserve. You will stay here for two nights.
Depart for a wonderful drive through the beautiful landscapes and mountains to Majete Wildlife Reserve. You will have a full day filled with of game viewing. The national park offers you a chance to see lions, rhino, hippos, elephant, impala, plus some wonderful bird life as well as less common wildlife.
You go for a final game drive game viewing and relax before leaving for Mulanje Mountain. For the next two nights you stay at Likhubula Forest lodge.
Your day will be filled with activities like tea tasting, coffee tour and walking in the plantations.
Relax at the lodge before leaving for Zomba, the old capital to see the many stunning views and waterfalls and stay at Zomba Forest Lodge for two nights.
Hike to Emperors’ View, or see the bottomless Chingwes hole, walk the trails and enjoy the many views atop the Zomba plateau.
Early morning you depart for Cape Maclear. Spend the afternoon relaxing on the beach, swimming and snorkeling. You stay at Mgoza Lodge for two nights.
After breakfast you relax or go for a guided village walk and see how people leave in the remote fishing village, Chembe. Later in the afternoon we set to the lake to the nearby island of Domwe and Mumbo for a sunset boat cruise, snorkeling and hippo viewing.
Early morning we set off for the north for more beach time and spend two nights in Chintheche at Kande beach.
This day is a more relaxed day on the beach, swimming and snorkeling.
Early morning we set for the road going further north to Livingstonia. You get at Chitimba beach, have lunch and go up the mountain the to Mushroom Farm.
Livingstonia is an old colonial town located up in the mountains. Overlooking the beautiful lake
You have breakfast and relax before heading Manchewe Falls.
Early morning we depart for Lilongwe. Arrive in Lilongwe late afternoon.