This 8-day tour incorporates a fantastic wildlife safari in Malawi with visits to small community projects, such as Satemwa Tea Estates, and non-profit youth project, YODEP. Take in the beauty of Malawi while meeting the faces behind some of these inspiring initiatives.
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- Transfer from Blantyre Airport to Majete Wildlife Reserve
- Early Morning Game Drive
- Boat safari
- Afternoon game drive
- Transfer from Majete Wildlife Reserve to Satemwa Tea Estates
- Tea tasting in Satemwa
- Guided walks around the tea estates
- Transfer from Satemwa to Zomba
- Eco-tourism visit - YODEP
- Transfer from Zomba to Blantyre
- Transfer from Blantyre to Chileka International Airport
Like most African nations Malawi has a dry season and a wet season. The wet season stretches from November to April and is not the most highly recommended time to visit, although the storms towards the end of the season are spectacular to behold and bring the landscape to life. The dry season extends from May to October, with cool temperatures (by African standards) until August. Those seeking warmer weather should target September or October, when temperatures are pleasantly hot. September/October also hosts the Lake of Stars festival – a must for music lovers.
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