Baobab Travel, one of Malawi’s local operators that specialise in safaris and tours of the country, have launched an impressive and modern new website.
The website, which launched recently, showcases Malawi’s beauty with panoramic imagery across the site. It includes a Destinations section, which displays a range of popular accommodations that Baobab work with regularly, in line with their policy of only using the very best accommodation in their packages.
Baobab take pride in their knowledge of the country. The addition of a ‘Travel Guide’ section to the site includes everything a first time visitor will require, including: Getting to Malawi, Climate, Currency, Passports & Visas, Travel Insurance, Health guidance, and What to Pack.
There is also a stunning Gallery page showcasing Lake Malawi, National Parks, Mountains & Estates and Hiking & Walking tours for those wanting to see a glimpse of what Malawi can offer.
Baobab Travel is owned and run by Malawi enthusiast Alan Grimes, who has lived in the country for over 30 years. Alan has a vast knowledge of the country and all guests are sure to have a wonderful time discovering the country with Alan’s assistance.
Take a look at the new website here.
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