Crafted Africa, one of Malawi’s long standing tour operators (operating successfully for many years as Malawian Style before rebranding) have added a new visa assistance service to their clients.
As with many African countries, Malawi requires visas for many nationalities to enter the country. This year the Malawi government made it mandatory for all travellers to pay for and apply for their visa online in advance of arrival.
While this all sounds simple enough, the new system has had some teething problems and some people have struggled to get their visas arranged when using the service for the first time. So that’s where Crafted Africa and their wealth of experience comes in!
If you have a booking with Crafted Africa and are travelling to Malawi, just send them the details they need and they will do the visa application and payment process for you, and will just add the cost onto your final invoice! Easy peasy. This service is available for visitors that have booked directly with Crafted Africa, as well as those booking through international tour operators and travel agents whose trip is managed in Malawi by Crafted Africa.
Crafted Africa have long been highly regarded as one of Malawi’s leading tour operators, offering some of the best experiences and packages around the country. Last year they combined both their Malawi and Zambia outfits of ‘Malawian Style’ and ‘Zambia in Style’ to form Crafted Africa – a complete tour operation offering a variety of holidays from bush to beach.
Learn more about Crafted Africa here.
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