Our January 2023 Newsletter which includes all the latest news of what’s happening in Malawi has now been released. Leading the newsletter is our roundup of Malawi’s Developments over the past year and what’s planned for 2023, along with the interesting story about newly emerging operation, Climb Malawi, which is now drawing attention to Malawi’s climbing riches. We have handpicked some of our recent blogs too.
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The new year started great for 1 2 Travel Africa. Not only did their Dream Holidays and Workations in Malawi get published in two magazines in the Netherlands, they now also joined the Better Places family as their official Malawi travel expert.
A newly emerging operation, Climb Malawi, is now drawing attention to Malawi’s climbing riches, and giving residents and visitors increasing opportunities to access them.
The Makokola Retreat, resting on the southern lakeshore's sandy white beaches, welcomes guests in 2023 with two excellent offers running in January and February.
‘Destinations: The Holiday & Travel Show' in London, is one of the UK’s top travel exhibitions, dedicated to giving visitors the chance to discover brilliant new parts of the world. Best of all, Malawi will be back at the 2023 show in February!
Central African Wilderness Safaris, one of Malawi's long standing tour operators who also run the iconic Mvuu Lodge in Liwonde National Park and four other properties in Malawi, have released their latest newsletter.
Lilongwe Wildlife Trust, responsible for running Malawi's only wildlife rehabilitation centre and a key campaigner in Malawi's fight against wildlife crime, has released their latest newsletter.
Many in Malawi’s tourist industry have introduced new initiatives and pushed on with a variety of developments through 2022 & continuing in to 2023. In this second article, we focus on some of the lodges and hotels.