After getting very enthusiastic feedback in January and March, Dilo from 1 2 Travel Africa has decided to bring back his free webinar to introduce Malawi to Dutch speaking travellers.
In about 45 minutes you’ll learn why this relatively unknown African country made it into the Lonely Planet’s Top 10 Best in Travel Countries for 2022. Accompanied by stunning photos, Dilo will share stories about the wildlife you can meet on safari, the relaxing and adventurous experiences you can have at the Lake and in Malawi’s mountains, and why you will definitely fall in love the people and their famous big smiles.
Should you still have any doubts why you would never forget a trip to Malawi, then you can ask Dilo all your questions during a live Q&A at the end.
This free webinar will take place on Wednesday 21 September at 10:00 am CET and on Thursday 22 September at 7:30 pm CET.
Kindly note that these presentations will both be in Dutch. When there is enough interest, Dilo will plan an English webinar as well at a date to be confirmed. Please let him know on email@example.com if you’d like that.
If you would like to attend the webinar, click here.
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