Our July 2022 Newsletter which includes all the latest news of what’s happening in Malawi has now been released.
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Following the lifting of its Covid-related travel restrictions, Malawi has seen a six-fold uplift in interest from international volunteers seeking to support wildlife conservation efforts.
Lilongwe Wildlife Trust (LWT), a non-profit conservation organisation that works to protect Malawi’s wildlife and reserves, has released their Impact Report for 2021-2022. This report showcases the facts and figures from a really successful year for the Trust.
This month the Tongole Wilderness Retreat team is delighted to share the news that more wildlife is being translocated to Nkhotakota Wildlife Reserve this July.
Central African Wilderness Safaris, one of Malawi's long standing tour operators who also run the iconic Mvuu Lodge in Liwonde National Park, have released their latest newsletter.