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Malawi is a naturalists paradise, with a rich diversity of flora and fauna and has no less than nine National Parks or Wildlife Reserves. Whilst it may not have quite the sheer numbers of large mammals (particularly predators) as some of its better known neighbours, it makes up for this in other ways. Malawi provides intensive and exclusive wildlife viewing in unspoilt areas of genuine wilderness. In recent years the Parks and Reserves have undergone something of a transformation, with private concessionaires helping to improve conservation and the quality of viewing. There have been successful reintroductions of Black Rhino in Liwonde and Majete. There are good elephant populations in all the protected areas and hippos and crocodiles are numerous in Malawi and are commonly seen the Shire River, where they number in the thousands.


In the south of Malawi, surrounded by 7,000 hectares of private concession within Majete, Mkulumadzi enjoys an idyllic location at the confluence of two rivers shaded by giant lead-wood trees. It is the perfect combination of splendid isolation and first-class facilities.
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Speak to any of the team at Inspirational Travel to get ideas for your holiday or honeymoon to Malawi. Call us on 01778 382764.