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A herd of elephants in Malawi

Malawi Conservation Tours

Malawi operator Robin Pope Safaris is now offering a unique opportunity to spend a week in the ‘Warm Heart of Africa’, Malawi gaining insights into the exceptional work currently being undertaken by African Parks, the conservation organisation of which the UK’s Prince Harry is now President. This tour is scheduled to start from 20 March 2020.

Malawi has an incredible story to share with the world on various conservation success stories that have been achieved thus far, and lots more to come.

Some of the highlights include Majete Wildlife Reserve restored as a Big 5 reserve, largest elephant translocation (500 elephants moved from Majete and Liwonde into Nkhotakota), reintroducing a great diversity of wildlife species (such as lion, rhino, cheetah, leopard, giraffe) in the 3 parks under African Parks management.

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To see the remarkable results of all this work, visitors to Malawi can now join Robin Pope Safaris’ Focus on Conservation week with African Parks Malawi:

Itinerary

Rates:

  • From US$ 3191 per person – includes a donation to African Parks.
  • Includes transfers starting Blantyre and ending Lilongwe; accommodation; full board; local drinks; safari activities and laundry.
  • Excludes visas and items of a personal nature. 

Scheduled set departure:

  • 28 March 2020.
  • Note: The safari is based on minimum 4, maximum 6 guests.

Bookings:

To book this tour contact info@robinpopesafaris.net or for more information click on the links above or visit www.robinpopesafaris.net

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