Celebrate 50 Years of Malawian Independence With A Safari

Robin Pope Safaris is commemorating Malawi’s 50th anniversary of independence with a one-of-a-kind 12-day safari package that takes visitors to all corners of the country.

Activities include game viewing experiences, tours of coffee/tea estates, historical tours, shopping in local markets, tracking rhinos and exploring Lake Malawi.

Highlights include:

  • Majete Wildlife Reserve, Malawi’s only Big 5 Reserve and one of the country’s largest protected areas
  • Satemwa Tea Estate
  • Mount Mulanje Massif
  • Liwonde National Park, one of the top birding locations in Southern Africa.
  • Lake Malombe and Lake Malawi National Park

The trip is available until January 6, 2015, and costs US$3834 per person sharing.

Malawi, which is nicknamed “the warm heart of Africa,” won its independence from Great Britain on July 6, 1964.

To book, go to Robin Pope Safaris.

Want to discover the finer side of Africa? Sign up for our weekly newsletter.

Leave a Comment