In July 2021, eight African wild dogs were successfully translocated to Liwonde National Park in Malawi. We are delighted to announce that after seven months establishing themselves in their new environment, pups have now been seen by visitors and caught on camera!
Six weeks after the pack, composed of five males and three females, arrived in the park, nine pups were confirmed using a camera trap and are believed to be the first litter born in the country after many years. Over the last few months the pack have moved den sites several times and so far, all eight adults and nine pups, which are now five months old, appear to be healthy and well-adjusted to their new home.
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Lilongwe Wildlife Trust are running a limited series of research expeditions to the stunning Nyika National Park – and you can join the first unique trip, 15-22 August!
To help you decide where to go and what to do we are pleased to launch a new, updated edition of the Best of Malawi brochure/directory for 2022/23.
In this blog from Robin Pope Safaris, we learn why what was once a Zambia-only tour operating company, soon became so much more when they ventured over the border into Malawi to discover the jewel in Malawi's crown: Lake Malawi.
The Mangunda Safari Cruise is about to set sail, offering an excellent experience through Liwonde National Park's meandering Shire River.
We are delighted to share that 250 elephants will be translocated from Liwonde National Park to Kasungu National Park in Malawi, between 27 June and 29 July, as part of a national conservation initiative to maintain healthy habitats in Malawi’s national parks.
The Professional Golfers Association of Malawi (PGAMW) has announced the return of the Warm Heart Pro Tournament 2022, after three year of absence.
This year’s Mount Mulanje Porters Race will take place in Malawi on Saturday, 8th July 2017. After a two-year break due to Covid 19 pandemic, the Africa’s ultimate challenge is back.