Travel Inspiration: Why We Like to Travel to Africa

Travel to Africa brings us joy. A sense of adventure as we are immersed in the rich diversity of people and culture. Hidden gems are waiting to be found and discovering them is always intriguing and exciting. Visting Africa gives you a new perspective of the world through unique experiences and abundant wildlife and beautiful sceneries will take your breath away. You will create extraordinary memories that you will share with family and friends for years to come.

Let travel reignite and inspire you.

News from Malawi Travel:

Source: Malawi Travel Marketing Consortium

Dutch Craftsmen help locals hone their skills at Kaya Mawa: For a portion of March, the team at Kaya Mawa had an amazing opportunity to host four extremely talented craftsmen from the Netherlands who came to the island to help train and hone their staffs’ skills over a range of areas. They had Didi who is an all-rounder/painter, David, another all-rounder who helped train the staff’s general plumbing skills with installing a new top feeding outlet for one of their rooms – an excellent team effort combining David’s know-how and the staff’s eagerness to learn! They also hosted Koos, an expert carpenter who collaborated with the lodge’s carpenters on new and creative ways to create beautifully handmade doors and windows for the rooms. Lastly, they had the plaster and concrete magician, Jamie.

New 9-Day Photographic Safari Tour: A new Photographic Safari with professional tuition is now available, during which avid photographers can turn their hobby into a passion and learn the basics and more about wildlife photography. The 9-day tour will see participants visit Malawi’s prime safari hotspot, Liwonde National Park. Liwonde has been at the centre of conservation success in recent years thanks to African Parks’ dedication to turn Malawi into a leading safari destination. The reserve has been restocked and now offers the chance of seeing all the Big 5 animals, perfect for those wishing to look to capture pictures of a range of amazing wildlife. There will also be time spent over the border in Zambia’s iconic South Luangwa National Park.

Rafiki Safari Camp join build of new Kindergarten and Community Resource Centre: Rafiki Safari Camp, on the edge of Nkhotakota Wildlife Reserve, has managed to prevail upon a small NGO called With Change in Mind (WCIM) to fund and assist with the building of a Kindergarten and Community Resource Centre in the local village. WCIM has undertaken numerous projects in Malawi including a similar project close to Senga Bay. The NGO obtains all funding from individual donors in the USA and welcomes donations from anyone with a desire to assist local communities. The land on which the school is being built was generously donated by the local village headman who has also offered the school the full use of water from his borehole.

Africa at Home: Bringing Africa to You!

Some of our travel partners have gone to great efforts to bring Africa to you as we endure the current travel restrictions. 360° video footage allows you to pan around the scenery and get a wonderful feel for a destination. The ‘Did you know: African Wildlife’ app gives you fascinating photographs, sounds and facts about the wildlife of South Luangwa National Park, Zambia

Did you know? Lions do most of their calling at night when the air is still and sound carries further? They also tend to call close to the ground, which acts a sounding board. The DYK app includes over 30 sounds and 200 stunning photos of African wildlife accompanied by interesting “Did you know” facts.

African Bush Camps: The Way You Spell Love

We wanted to share this heartfelt video and excerpt created by African Bush Camps – have a watch and be inspired to travel to Africa again. Whether you are near or far from family at the moment we hope you take today to remember all the wonderful memories you have with your precious family. Time shared on a family safari is like no other. It is a wonderful time to bond through a shared experience. On safari, everything is new and exciting. Seeing an elephant for the first time, making pizza out in nature, or learning the call of an eagle. Don’t tell your family about the world – show them.