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Malawi

Malawi is often referred to as the warm heart of Africa, due to the friendly welcome awaiting its visitors.

The country's main draw is the beautiful lake that shares the country's name, also referred to as the Lake of Stars. Here you can kayak, snorkel, scuba dive, horse ride, or just kick back and enjoy the beach. The shore of Lake Malawi is the perfect place to watch the sunsets and enjoy a sundowner. 

In the capital of Lilongwe, you will find a city brimming with culture. There are markets that line the streets and the sound of jazz is never far away. Malawians want to make visitors feel welcome, and their happiness and generous nature is legendary in overlanding circles!

 

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TRIP CODE
IUXOAC

GROUP TOUR from £4395 for 49 days

HIGHLIGHTS

- Scramble to the top of one of the world's highest sand dunes in Sesriem
- Glide down Botswana's Okavango Delta on a mokoro
- Hear the roar of the mighty Victoria Falls from the Zimbabwe viewpoint

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IYXOAC

GROUP TOUR from £4495 for 48 days

HIGHLIGHTS

- Explore the stunning Serengeti and discover a wildlife arena such as you have never seen
- Embark on a safari across the floor of the Ngorongoro Crater in an open-roof 4WD for a chance to see the rare black rhino
- Chill out on the northern beaches of Zanzibar, enjoying white sands and the sparkling blue of the Indian Ocean

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IYXOVC

GROUP TOUR from £2695 for 27 days

HIGHLIGHTS

- Explore the stunning Serengeti and discover animals unlike any you have ever seen
- Partake in community activities in Mto wa Mbu with a guided stroll around the farming areas
- Embark on a safari across the floor of the Ngorongoro Crater in an open roof safari 4x4 for a chance to see a Black Rhino.

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IYXOWC

GROUP TOUR from £2730 for 28 days

HIGHLIGHTS

- Feel the power of mighty Victoria Falls as view them from the Zimbabwe side
- Discover the largest ruins in sub-Saharan Africa. A Unesco World Heritage site, the ruined city was first constructed in the 11th century and is thought to be a royal palace for the Zimbabwean monarch.
- Chill out on the northern beaches of Zanzibar enjoying white sand and sparkling blue sea of the Indian Ocean