We’ve been working in Malawi for a number of years and during this time we’ve watched fledgling developments grow into a more confident, rounded infrastructure.
Our specialists have first-hand experience of the lodges, new and old, and have explored the remote corners of the country to bring you less obvious travel suggestions. Our tour ideas follow routes that we’ve particularly enjoyed and include rare wildlife encounters as well as time relaxing on the shores of Lake Malawi or scuba diving with the cichlids that surround Likoma Island.
Our recommended tours in Malawi
These itineraries are designed to give you some suggestions for what is possible when you travel in Malawi, and they showcase some of the routes that we’ve found work particularly well. Treat them simply as inspiration, because your tour will be created uniquely for you by one of our specialists based on your particular tastes and interests.
Walking on Nyika Plateau.
Birdwatching from your romantic log cabin.
Light aircraft transfer over Lake Malawi.
Explore the incredible Likoma Cathedral.
Scuba diving with cichlids in Lake Malawi.
Enjoy game drives in the wild Nkhotakota Wildlife Reserve to view elephant, buffalo and lion.
Spend an afternoon in a local village learning about Malawi's rich culture.
Relax on the shores of Lake Malawi.
Some of our favourite travel guides
Whether you want fine beaches, luxury accommodation, activities galore or good safari opportunities on your honeymoon, Malawi offers all of this and more. Our country specialists have also hand-picked a number of exquisite properties for you to choose from.View this travel guide
Known as the "Lake of Stars" and running nearly the length of the country, Malawi is dominated by Lake Malawi. It's ideal for families, honeymooners or those simply seeking a relaxing break after a safari, and our country specialists will ensure you experience the best of it during your stay.View this travel guide
A captivating country still off the radar for many tourists, Malawi offers you the opportunity to view Africa's big game away from the crowds. Traditional vehicle as well as walking safaris can be included in your itinerary by our country specialists.View this travel guide