Landlocked between Zambia, Tanzania and Mozambique, you will find one of Africa’s more discreet destinations, Malawi. Malawi safaris offer all things Africa; it has stood back whilst other safari destinations became consumed by tourism, and watch them suffer whilst it remained un-spoilt and true to itself. With a ‘chilled’ pace of life, Malawi has earned itself the title of ‘The Warm Heart of Africa’, and quite rightly so. The place, people, history, culture and the attractions combined make Malawi one of the most welcoming places in Africa.
Heavy rain. Advise against travel.
Another wet month.
Rain, rain and more rain.
The last of the heavy rains.
May marks the end of the rains and the beginning of the dry season.
June is the start of the game viewing season
Warms days and good safari conditions. Cold evenings.
Like July, a lovely time to travel. Excellent wildlife viewing.
Temperatures starts to pick up. Conditions still perfect.
Temperatures still climbing and the terrain starting to look very dry.
The last good month to travel but can see rain, particularly towards the end of the month.
The rains return hard.
Malawi's trademark attraction, this world famous & stunning lake offers the perfect beach finish to your safari.
Majete National Park is divine, and the revival of game here makes it one of Malawi's premier game-viewing regions.
This beautiful national park is not only stunning to look at but has some of the best scenic walks in Malawi.
Chanting, romantic, and unspoilt, Liwonde is the perfect getaway for the Africa lovers.
Up in northern Malawi, you will find Malawi's largest national park, Nyika - home to the famous Nyika plateau.
Lake Malawi is full of surprises, and some of the best ones are the secret islands dotted in right in the middle.
All our itineraries are tailor made, but here are some of our favourite routes and camp combinations.