• This itinerary is a week of complete relaxation in true remote settings. Combine a few days on safari in Malawi’s only Big 5 Reserve, where each drive is an adventure; with a few more on the beautiful shores of Lake Malawi. Mkulumadzi, Majete Wildlife Reserve enjoys a stunning location on the confluence of two rivers. The activities on offer include game-drives, boating safaris, bush walks, hiking Majete Hill, cultural tours, birding trips on the Shire River and game-viewing from a hide. Guests are free to be as energetic or idle as they please although at least one activity per day is encouraged to best enjoy Majete. On the Lake, Pumulani is set up on a hill overlooking Lake Malawi. One may therefore decide to simply soak up the sun and swim in the clear blue waters of the lake or infinity pool. Various watersports such as snorkelling, fishing, sailing, kayaking, waterskiing, wake boarding and fun tube are offered. A sunset cruise onboard the dhow is tipped to be the best way to end the day… Tips on activities on offer: Mkulumadzi: walking, game drives, boating, hiking and cultural tours Pumulani: birding, kayaking, boating, sailing, fishing, scuba diving, snorkeling, water-skiing, fun-tubing, sunset cruises, picnic tours plus village tour rides (all motorized activities are excluded).
  • Malawi is a landlocked country, running down the end of the Great Rift Valley. Dominated by Lake Malawi, the third largest lake in Africa, the surrounding country is exceptionally beautiful with dramatic scenery that includes rocky outcrops, high mountains, plateaus and views across what is considered to be Africa’s most beautiful lake. Malawi is known as the “Warm Heart of Africa” and as people, the Malawians live up to this name. They are extremely friendly and welcoming. There are many market scenes, road side stalls, cottage industries that a visitor can comfortably visit. With both the scenery and the culture Malawi is a great country to drive in.
  • Malawi is a landlocked country, running down the end of the Great Rift Valley. Dominated by Lake Malawi, the third largest lake in Africa, the surrounding country is exceptionally beautiful with dramatic scenery that includes rocky outcrops, high mountains, plateaus and views across what is considered to be Africa’s most beautiful lake. Malawi is known as the “Warm Heart of Africa” and as a people the Malawians live up to this name. They are extremely friendly and welcoming. There are many market scenes, road side stalls, cottage industries that a visitor can comfortably visit. With both the scenery and the culture Malawi is a great country to drive in. What better way than to explore this magical country than to spend a week and a half in southern Malawi on safari and end off at the romantic Lake of stars, Lake Malawi. From game viewing experiences, tracking the elusive rhino, cultural experiences to relaxing on the beautiful shores of Lake Malawi, the safari is guaranteed to please. Tips on activities on offer: Mkulumadzi: walking, game drives, boating, hiking and cultural tours. Mvuu: walking, game drives, boating, hiking, rhino tracking and cultural tours.  Pumulani: birding, kayaking, boating, sailing, fishing, scuba diving, snorkeling, water-skiing, fun-tubing, sunset cruises, picnic tours plus village tour.