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So you're in Malawi for your 2020 summer?

So you're in Malawi for the 2020 summer holidays? With the immediate loss of International Tourism, it's triggered a "Never to be seen again" special offers across the board in what is normally Malawi's peak tourist season.

Booking through a local Tour Operator costs no more than going direct and an added advantage? We get hot of the press deals and offers from around the country - and with a comprehensive database and experience can help direct you to the best property for what you're looking for.

So here's some ideas for your 'Staycation" Many lodges and resorts have reduced their rates significantly and have whole house/ whole lodge incentives - which is perfect for families and groups of friends! Hire yourself a 4x4 and hit the dirt roads through National Parks, forests and reserves. We have X-trails available for as little as $60.00 per day and Kitted Camping Hilux's from $90.00 per day - (Camping trip anyone?) All parks and reserves have equipped camp sites and self-catering chalets available - Keen on a little more comfort? You have the pick of the bunch when it comes to lodges! Hire yourself a mountain bike - We have trek bikes just waiting for the forest trails at only $10.00 per day, so hire yourself a bike and explore maybe Dedza, Dzalanyama, Ntchisi, or Kuti for the weekend! Try something completely different - Maybe get your hands into tea processing, coffee roasting, learn about essential oil production in Malawi or delve into wildlife research and tracking - what International guests travel for, is right on your doorstep! We have something new too - "The Supported Glamping Safari" - Self-Drive in your own car and at your own pace, while we stay a few steps ahead of you to set up camp, start on dinner, pour an MG&T and treat you to a remote exploratory safari without the stress and at your own private leisure. Find yourself a guide, we have trained and qualified guides that know Malawi like the back of their hands, like which path to take to find that East Coast Acalat on the side of the road. We have guides that run history expeditions, birding, wildlife or even just someone to help you guide you around the Lilongwe market!

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