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Discover North Malawi's Mushroom Farm Lodge

The glitz, glamour, and pure indulgence offered by many accommodation providers in Malawi is certainly appealing, and they offer some of the best sleeping experiences in the worldÉBUT, Mushroom Farm isnÕt one to be overlooked, just because their pillows arenÕt stuffed with goose feathers and they donÕt give you slippers!

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Mushroom lodge is also heavily involved with a number of Malawi community projects such as Manchewe Football Club. By using a number of bright ideas, they are helping the club raise some much needed income to give them the opportunity to continue what they do.

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Sister Property to MalawiÕs  Latitude 13 opens in Lusaka

The people behind MalawiÕs iconic Kaya Mawa (Likoma Island) and ground breaking Latitude 13 (Lilongwe) have launched a new, sister hotel in neighbouring Zambia. Latitude 15 is an eighteen-room retreat in Lusaka, nestled in lush grounds, surrounded by mature avocado trees, jacaranda, azaleas, and home to an oasis garden pool.  ItÕs destined to become the go to accommodation of ZambiaÕs capital.

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Kaya Mawa itself, meanwhile, has undergone a series of refurbishments.

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An Update From Wilderness Safaris: The Livingstonia Hike

MayÕs cool weather is the precursor to the coming cold days of winter - though this is 'Africa's cold'!. Nyika National park is already experiencing cold foggy mornings and evenings with cool days. The landscape is also changing as the dry and cold weather starts to take effect. The lush green vegetation will soon be replaced with dry golden brown colours.
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The Nyika to Livingstonia hike is becoming popular with ever increasing numbers of guests wishing to take up this challenge. This is by far the most popular hiking trail on the Nyika and can also be done as a fully serviced trek.

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New, Award Winning, Walking Trails at Bua River Lodge

Bua River Lodge is set deep within the thickly vegetated and wonderfully varied Nkhotokota Wildlife Reserve, one of the largest reserves in Malawi. Nkhotakota has had very little human intervention – which means that itÕs as close to a true wilderness as you will get! One of the best ways to explore this truly wonderful expanse of bush, is on foot. This, however, is reliant on new trails being opened up, allowing access through the dense jungle – and these need opening up each and every season! No one knows exactly what you will find – but there is little doubt that the area is teaming with wildlife – including elephants, crocs, impala, warthog and literally hundreds of types of bird.
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Robin Pope Safaris celebrates World Lion Day, 10th Aug 2014

Majete Wildlife Reserve is a great conservation success story, having been turned around from serious poaching and revived to MalawiÕs only Big 5 reserve. In August 2012 Robin Pope Safaris (RPS), who run Mkulumadzi (Majete), and Pumulani (Cape Maclear) was instrumental in the reintroduction of lions in support of African ParksÕ work in the reserve. Today, Majete has a total count of at least 5 lions.


World Lion day is celebrated on 10th August and Robin Pope Safaris is taking this as an opportunity to honour the great conservation efforts at work Majete. RPS will be offering guests staying at Mkulumadzi Lodge a special activity on the 9th and the 10th of August.
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A Growing Team at Malawian Style does their bit for charity

Malawian Style is a company that over the last few years has really gone from strength to strength, and with a rapidly expanding fleet of vehicles, destinations, and services.


In recent month Malawian style have announced a new addition to their family – and are on the hunt for a second! 
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Not only this but Malawi StyleÕs most recent fundraiser had Lilongwe residents donning knee high socks and school ties with their Ōback to schoolÕ themed party. Cheesey tunes, a free braai and races, this was a great night all in the name of two good causes, the Chembe Village Project and The Mango Tree Nursery.

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News from the lake; Ngala for sale and Sunbird Music Festival

Ngala Beach Lodge is situated on the Northern Lakeshore of Lake Malawi; approximately 3 hours drive on tar, 284 kilometres north of Lilongwe between Salima and Nkhata Bay. There is now an opportunity to purchase this little piece of paradise, and invest in a country with a tourism industry on the edge of a boom.
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Meanwhile, Livingstonia Beach have just announced dates for the Sunbird Sand Music Festival. Another musical highlight of the Malawi calendar and this year returning for its third event, it promises to be better than ever!

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Big developments this June at Game Haven Lodge

As the season changes, and the crisp sun of winter lights up the landscape, one place to visit on your travels to Malawi is without doubt Game Haven.


This serene, beautiful 500 acre game park and lodge is set in one of the last remaining indigenous forests and grasslands of the Shire Highlands of Southern Malawi, approximately 20km from Blantyre on   Chimwenya Estate, Bvumbwe.


The site offers a range of accommodation, with its flag ship spaces being 5 luxurious en suite cottages each with a fireplace and verandah and exceptional views. Guests have the chance to experience the likes of Giraffe, Zebra, the ŌBig sixÕ antelope literally on their doorstep.

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The Tongole Foundation; GraceÕs Story By David Cole  
Tongole Wilderness Lodge is an exciting 4* eco-tourism venture set deep within the rugged and breathtakingly beautiful miombo woodland of the 1,800 sqkm Nkhotakota Wildlife Reserve. But, Tongole is more than just a lodge. Tongole Lodge was always built with the intention of supporting the local community – through the Tongole Foundation. This venture has gone from strength to strength, setting up and supporting initiatives to help the neighbouring communities of Nkhotokota.


David Cole, Founder of Togole Lodge, talks personally of one of the foundationÕs latest projects.
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Not discovered Malawi yet?

Malawi is a hidden gem. It is the unique combination of Landscape, Wildlife, Lake and, the People which makes this one of AfricaÕs most amazing countries. Safe and friendly, Malawi offers visitors a fascinating variety of sights and experiences. The diversity of landscapes, the huge lake and the national parks and reserves provide the foundation for the unrivalled choice of safaris, water sports and outdoor activities on offer.




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