South Luangwa, Lake Malawi and Indian Ocean Dreams
15 Days: $ 9,700 / person
Experience Africa beach vacations with a real enchanting twist! Go on guided walking safaris through a high concentration of wildlife, enjoy day and night game drives, and historic architecture. Then, unwind on the pristine beaches of Lake Malawi, and indulge in watersports. Witness incredible coral reefs in Memba Bay.
Prices are in USD and exclude international flights
Accommodation (on a twin-sharing basis) on the indicated meal plan for 14 nights.
Economy flights for all sectors : Lusaka – South Luangwa, South Luangwa – Lilongwe – Likoma Island, Lichinga – Nampula (Flight)
All activities as listed :
South Luangwa: Mchenja Camp: Game drives, bush walks
South Luangwa: Kafunta River Lodge: Game drives, bush walks
Lake Malawi – Mozambique: Nkwichi Lodge: snorkeling, kayaking, canoeing, bush walks
24-hour point of contact in Africa
Zambia: Game drives in high quality and well maintained safari vehicle with professional English-speaking driver guide. Game drives may be shared with other guests of the lodge/camp, with maximum of 9 guests in the vehicle.
Day 1 - 2
International arrival. We will welcome you at the airport
Lusaka is one of the fastest-growing cities in central Africa, with a sprawling downtown area, high-walled suburbs, busy shanty towns, bustling markets and large industrial areas, bringing together people of many nationalities and making it a bustling center for economic, political and cultural activities.
Experience wild walks! South Luangwa National Park is tropical, wild, beautiful and one of the most stunning national parks in Africa.
Kafunta River Lodge: Game drives, bush walks Drive into the South Luangwa National Park on a safari vehicle for a fascinating overview of Africa’s wild. You can opt for morning, afternoon, or night drives for close encounters with giraffes, zebras, elephants, lions, and hippopotami, as well a host of smaller creatures. Travelling in covered safari vehicles ensures safety and during the peak season of April to October, you get to access the park at Kafunta’s pontoon. Night drives are a one-of-a-kind experience under spotlights and give you a fair idea of nocturnal life in the wilderness. Feel the pulse of the region as a qualified walking guide escorts you on a bush walk. There’s no better way of exploring the rugged terrain for the smaller animals, birds, and plants that come alive by night.
Mchenja Camp: Game drives, bush walks At Mchenja Camp, you will never be short of things to do. Explore the South Luangwa National Park on exhilarating game drives taken twice daily in open vehicles, and view some of the best game in Africa. Living up to its name, the game drives offer regular sightings of antelope, giraffe, zebra, puku, bushbuck, warthog, baboons, and the ever-popular hippos. Don’t miss out on the night drives and the thrill of sighting nocturnal animals, especially the elusive leopard. Embrace the beauty around you and discover the region on foot with bush walks. Accompanied by experienced guides and armed game scouts, you will learn the fundamentals of the flora, fauna, and tracking in the surroundings.
Welcome to unspoilt, virgin territory! Manda Wilderness on the Mozambican shores of Lake Malawi is known for its crystal clear waters, beautiful white sandy beaches, unspoilt wilderness and lush, green forests.
Nkwichi Lodge: snorkeling, kayaking, canoeing, bush walks Get a unique taste of this untouched African island paradise along Lake Malawi. Dive into the crystal clear waters to see an array of brilliantly colored tropical fishes and other marine life. Coming across interesting rock formations underwater is almost like finding a treasure! Paddle at your own pace in a kayak to explore the magical shoreline with pearly white beaches and small rivulets, and soak in the enthralling environment. Set out canoeing along the Rift Valley shoreline which is also an excellent way of observing the diverse birdlife of the valley. Take a bush walk to unravel the secret pathways to track game, take in the wonders of the woodlands and lakeside scenery.
Feast your senses on a melting pot of ancient history and diverse cultures spanning several centuries! Ilha de Mozambique, off the north coast of Mozambique and connected to the the town of Lumbu by a 3.