Explore Malawi with Alan Grimes
Discover Malawi and it's finest on land and lake.

Hippo family, Liwonde National Park (photo courtesy of Alan Grimes)

Baobab Travel offers guided or self drive tours throughout Malawi and into neighboring countries such as Zimbabwe and Zambia; South Luangwa National Park in Zambia is merely a four hour drive from Lilongwe International Airport. Baobab Travel offers personally guided tours with a travel guide who has lived in Malawi for over 30 years and who is absolutely passionate about the people and their culture, wildlife and breathtaking scenery encompassed within the Warm heart of Africa; Malawi.

Named #1 spot to visit in ‘Top emerging travel hotspots in 2015’ by Huffington Post

#2 destination on CNN’s ‘Dare To Go’ places in 2014

Named as  one of the top 10 places to go in 2014 by Lonely Planet

Meet Alan Grimes, owner of Baobab Travel and Malawi enthusiast. Alan loves showing guests around the country. In addition to Lake Malawi where he is happiest snorkelling, kayaking and fishing with you, he has very good knowledge of the flora and fauna in the various game parks and wildlife reserves and is a keen birder and wildlife photographer. Alan can also accompany you throughout your trip as a tour guide to ensure that you travel safely from place to place, on time and with unplanned stops  at points of interest along the way.

Why visit Malawi?

It’s warm and friendly people

Untouched beauty and stunning scenery

Scenic Lake Malawi - The world’s ninth largest lake, which despite its size, has no currents and no tides

Lake Malawi contains more species of cichilids than all of the lakes in North America put together

Excellent snorkelling and scuba diving in the Lake

Nine National Parks – Good game viewing, including the 'big five' and excellent bird watching

400 species of orchid and other wild flowers

A cultural heritage largely untouched by civilisation

Lake




Malawi’s lake shore stretches some 500km. It is a paradise of small communities, sandy shores and small islands.

Cape Maclear
Salima
Southern Lakeshore
Nkhotakota
Likoma Island

Land




Incredible diversity of experiences can be had in a such a small area – you could be on a mountaintop with the fog rolling ominously over the peaks in the morning, and on a boat watching a herd of elephants attempting to cool themselves down in the river in the afternoon.

Thyolo and Mulanje
Majete National Park
Blantyre and Lilongwe
Liwonde National Park
Northern Malawi

If you would like some information on travelling within Malawi and its neighboring countries then , please don't hesitate to send me an email or give me a call on (+265) 994447353. I look forward to assisting you where possible.


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