The Mangunda Safari Cruise is about to set sail, offering an excellent experience through Liwonde National Park’s meandering Shire River. Witness an abundance of wildlife coming to the waters edge from an excellent array of birdlife, to herds of elephant, buffalo, hippos, crocodiles and so much more.
The MV Mangunda, run by Serendib Travel & Tours, is due to set sail this Sunday 26th June. The 18.5 meter (60.69 foot) cruiser based near the Liwonde Barrage on the Shire River has three decks and is ideal for families or groups of friends. A 360 degree walk around the middle deck with secure railings allows for a close up view of the wildlife as it cruises down the river.
The 5 hour voyage will take you on an enlightened and guided sail through the park with an experienced skipper. The cruise includes all park fees, a cocktail lunch, beverages and also offers a cash bar.
Priced at MK40,000 per person, the Mangunda Safari Cruise is a fantastic and unique way to explore Malawi’s premier wildlife park.
Contact the Serendib Travel & Tours booking office on +265 888 6721170 or email [email protected] for more information.
The Mangunda Safari Cruise Facebook page can be found here.
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