Celebrating World Rhino Day by taking a look at the conservation success story of the formidable black rhinos in Malawi.
On the International Day of Forests the Lilongwe Wildlife Trust addresses Malawi’s deforestation crisis.
Thirteen South African giraffe have been translocated over 2,500 km and safely released into Malawi’s Majete Wildlife Reserve, establishing its first population.
African Parks has completed a series of lion translocations as part of wider efforts to restore Malawi’s parks; and for the first time in 20 years, a population of the iconic predators has been re-established in Liwonde National Park.
Dubbed “The Lake of Stars” by David Livingstone – due to the way the light dances across the deep blue water during the day, and then reflects the twinkling stars and fishermen’s lamps during the night – Lake Malawi should be on every Africa-travel nut’s bucket list.
With the relocation of 250 more elephants currently underway, and a series of more conservation initiatives in the pipeline, Malawi certainly is an excellent example of how well conservation can work, when combined with scientific research, law enforcement, long-term management and community participation.
Wildlife crime history was set in Malawi today with not one, but two unprecedented court rulings – the first ever conviction of an individual dealing in rhino horn and, in a separate case, the first ever policemen to be convicted for wildlife trafficking.
A rare leopard and cub sighting at the Majete Wildlife Reserve in Malawi
Escape the hustle and bustle of city life and go on an adventure to the remote Mozambican shores of Lake Malawi.
An impressive vote of support from Malawi’s President Mutharika and 15 foreign diplomats for the Stop Wildlife Crime campaign.
2.6 tonnes of ivory, which was seized from two ivory traffickers, has been burnt in the north of Malawi.
In honour of World Wildlife Day, the president of the Republic of Malawi pledged his support for the nation’s Stop Wildlife Crime campaign, highlighting the importance that is being placed on the crack down on the illegal ivory trade.
Experiencing the annual ‘choda’ dance-off on the Mozambique shores of Lake Malawi.
A closer look at hydroelectric power and deforestation in Malawi’s Shire River.
Thanks to the crystal clear waters off an untouched section of the lake, Nkwichi Lodge offers a paradise for anyone who loves to snorkel.
A difficult but thoroughly rewarding hike to a remote area that offers incredible views over Lake Malawi.