Zambia and Malawi Adventure - Travel through Zambia and Malawi on this 11-day bush and beach safari

Zambia and Malawi Adventure - Travel through Zambia and Malawi on this 11-day bush and beach safari from Molo Africa

By: Molo Africa  06-03-2009
Keywords: Accommodation, Bed and Breakfast, Holiday Accommodation

Explore Zambia's South Luangwa National Park on game drives and bush walks, where you can spot the Big 5, including some of the biggest elephant herds in Africa. Move on to the beautiful shores of Lake Malawi, where you can spend your days in the water with a number of watersports on offer.

DAY 1, Arrive in Lusaka On arrival at Lusaka International Airport, you will be met and escorted to your scheduled charter flight taking you to Jeki airstrip. An open 4x4 vehicle will transfer you to the camp, which will also serve as your first game drive in the area. On arrival at the camp, take some time to relax and settle into your riverside chalet, beautifully decorated in a minimalist style, with teak furniture and a large 4 poster bed. Enjoy dining under the stars in the boma with a delicious 3-course meal prepared by the excellent French chef.
Accommodation Sausage Tree Camp Luxury tented bush camp on the banks of the Zambezi River.

DAYS 2 - 3, Game & Wildlife Wake up to a sumptuous buffet breakfast, and go on a morning game drive. Game viewing is excellent in the area, with no fences hindering the game in the park. Because of the camp's location, you can enjoy both water and land based game viewing activities. Spend half your time on boat and canoe safaris, and the other half on game drives and walks. After an active day out you can return to your spacious and airy tent for a hot shower before dinner. On one night you could choose to arrange a romantic dinner for 2 in the privacy of your own tent.

DAY 4, Travel to South Luangwa A road transfer will take you back to the airstrip, where you will catch your scheduled charter flight to Mfuwe in South Luangwa. You have a choice of spending the next 3 nights at either Tena Tena or Nsefu Camp. Tena Tena lies on a bend of the Luangwa River, with accommodation in custom-made tents positioned in the shade of a grove of mahogany trees. Spend your afternoon relaxing in the lounge and bar area as you watch the elephant, hippo and antelope on the river banks. Nsefu Camp is 12 km north of Tena Tena, also situated on the banks of the river. Accommodation is in rondavels, with spacious bedrooms affording great river views. The bar overlooks a waterhole where game frequently come to drink, so you can sip a sundowner as you watch elephants wandering about the area.
Accommodation Tena Tena Tented African bush camp in a secluded position on the bank of the Luangwa River. Nsefu Secluded African lodge in untouched surroundings, with superb river views.

DAYS 5-6, Exploring the Luangwa Bush At either camp, you can enjoy superb game viewing. The South Luangwa National Park is home to dense populations of mammals, birds and reptiles, with the river region being the most populated of all. The river plays host to crocodile, hippo and many water birds, so your boating safaris won't be disappointing. There are also plenty of predators and plains game to spot on game drives, and the area is home to over 400 species of bird.

DAYS 7, Head to the Lake Malawi A road transfer will take you back to the Mfuwe Airstrip, where you will catch a scheduled charter flight to the Lake Malawi and Club Mak airstrip. A road transfer will then take you to Pumalani Lake Lodge, your accommodation for the next 5 nights.
Accommodation Pumulani Lake Lodge Luxurious lodge set on the shores of Lake Malawi.

DAYS 8–11, Dive & Relax on the Lake Pumulani Lake Lodge is situated in the South end of Lake Malawi, on one of the most beautiful shores of the lake. Being right on the lake, a range of water activities are available. You can explore the waters going snorkelling, kayaking and scuba diving, or really get active with waterskiing, tubing and wake boarding. For those wanting an experience of African culture, a village walk is offered. Beautiful sunsets can be enjoyed from the pool on the terrace, from the beach or on board a dhow cruise. After a day filled with exciting activities, you can return to your spacious villa and enjoy the views from your private deck. After a rest, make your way to the dining and bar area, positioned high above the lake affording great views.

DAY 12, Return to Lilongwe A road transfer will take you back to the airstrip in time for your flight to Lilongwe, from where you will catch your connecting flight home.

Accommodation, meals and drinks (local).
Scheduled activities at Sausage Tree and Nsefu or Tena Tena only.
All internal charter flights and transfers starting in Lusaka and ending in Lilongwe.

International flights into Lusaka and out of Lilongwe
Imported spirits on own account
Activities at Pumalani
Portages & Gratuities
Travel Insurance

Starting at Lusaka end in Lilongwe
From                    To                    PPS          SS
1 Apr 2009     21 May 2009     R62104         -
22 May 2009 31 May 2009     R69013     R12069
1 Jun 2009     30 Jun 2009       R79012     R19796
1 Jul 2009       31 Oct 2009      R83506     R24543

All prices are accurate but you may find that the final rates in your quotation vary slightly due to room type, seasonality and currency conversion. Notes: Prices may increase pending the availability of the accommodation and guides. Subject to foreseeable increase in supplier tariffs, taxes, or any other Government actions.

Keywords: Accommodation, Bed and Breakfast, Holiday Accommodation, Holiday Resorts, Holidays, Lodges, Luxury Accommodation, Luxury Resorts, Safari Lodges, Safaris, Tours, wildlife