1st June - 30th June 2020
Number of people Rate per person  (VALID TILL DEC 2020)
4 people USD 6350
  • Highlights
  • Day 1 - Depart for selous

    Pick up from hotel or airport and begin your safari to Selous. This will be a 5 hours drive through the coastal region. Lunch boxes will be provided en-route. After a short rest, depart for the afternoon boat safari and overnight at Kinga Lodge, full board.

  • Day 2 - Walking safari

    Start the day with a walking safari accompanied by an armed game ranger. This will take you through a wide part of the game reserve. Breathe in the intoxicating smell of the African bush: a mixture of the earth and the animals odour. You will not only try to identify the different animal spoor but your guide will share with you his knowledge of the different flora in the reserve. The local people use some of these plants and trees for different medicinal purposes. Thereafter, proceed for a full day drive with packed picnic lunch provided. Relax by the waterfall before returning to Kinga Lodge, full board for overnight on full board basis.

  • 3 - Flight to Ruaha National park

    Take your flight to Ruaha National Park. On arrival your vehicle and guide will be Waiting for you for the afternoon game drive and overnight at Ruaha Mdonya Old Camp, full board.

  • Day 4 - Walking safari & Game drive

    Early morning walking safari followed by after game drive and overnight at Ruaha Mdonya Old Camp, full board.

  • Day 5 - Game drive in Ruaha National Park

    Full day game drive and overnight at Ruaha Mdonya Old Camp, full board. RUAHA NATIONAL Full PARK, Tanzania's 2nd biggest park and host to a number of animals which rare or absent in the North. The rare animals include the African Wild dog, roan and sable antelope and the greater kudu. The Great Ruaha River, which provides life to the park, flows through the eastern side of the park and is home to hippos, crocodiles and a variety of water birds.

  • Day 6-Depart for Malawi

    The drive from Ruaha National park to drive to the Tanzania/Malawi boarder and after the boarder and immigration formalities and visit to the Karonga Project Museum where hundreds of fossils from dating back from dinosaur times some 100 million years ago to the period of first humans, some 5 million years a 2.5 million year old lower jaw of Homo rudolfensis were found, over night at Mikoma Beach Hotel bed and breakfast.

  • Day 7 - Depart for Nyika national park

    Depart early in the morning for Nyika National Park and to Chelinda Camp, overnight on full board basis.

  • Day 8 & 9 - Game drive

    Game drive and over night at Chelinda Camp. Option activities include walking and overnight at Camp on full board basis Established in 1965, Nyika Plateau is the largest and oldest National Park in Malawi. It is Nyika is made up of rolling grassy hills surrounded by steep escarpments and interspersed with forested valleys, most of which are above 2,000 meters above sea level. This vast plateau is a perfect place for game drives and long walks through the long grass. Streams and dams are stocked with trout, and game such as eland, zebra, roan, waterbuck and smaller antelope roam the area. Night drives reveal eyes of hyenas, jackals and plenty of owls, and if you are lucky you might spot a leopard. A variety of 200 species of orchids cover the grasslands in the spring.

  • Day 10 - depart for makuzi beach

    After break-fast depart for Makuzi Beach in Nkhata Bay. Overnight at Makuzi Beach Resort. Bed and breakfast

  • 11- leisure at makuzi beach

    Day at leisure at Makuzi Beach, overnight at bed and breakfast. All of the eight chalets, overlooking the Lake Malawi are tastefully furnished and have en suite facilities. Each has its own solar power and hot water boiler. Other optional activities will include village walks water sports, fishing, kayaking among others. Your driver and vehicle will be parked at the Lodge for your personal use at all times.

  • Day 12 - Day trip

    In comparison to many other parts of Africa Malawi and is still much undeveloped and very African. Although there are big international supermarkets in the city, you will notice as you over fly Lilongwe villages surround the city. Walks around Lilongwe are very peaceful and the people are very welcoming and friendly. The capital is divided into two areas: Old Town and New Town. The old town houses residential areas, banks, shops and the Lilongwe Market. New Town as the name suggests, you will find diplomatic missions, up market residents, NGO offices and governmental offices. The airport is 30 km from the Centre. Dinner optionally at the Hotel or in other restaurants in Town, overnight at Ufulu Gardens , overnight bed and breakfast.

  • Day 13 - Flight back home

    After breakfast transfer to the airport for your flight back home.

Price inclusive
  • accommodation on sharing basis as mentioned above
  • 4 WD vehicle
  • Meals as mentioned above
  • English speaking driver/guide
  • airport transfers in Dar es Salaam and Lilongwe
  • park fees and concession fees in Selous G. Reserve, Ruaha and Nyika Nat Parks
  • 1 x boat safari in Selous
  • 1 x walking safari in Selous G.R and Ruaha Nat Park
  • 1 x local flight Selous G.R – Ruaha. N.P
  • Armed ranger while on walking safaris
  • game activities as mentioned above
  • water during game drives
Price exclusive
  • Tips
  • Drinks
  • Airport depature tax
  • local flights not mentioned
  • international flights
  • other activities / excursion not mentioned above
  • personal and travel insurancer


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