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Malawi: Driving across the Warm Heart of Africa - Part 3

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Malawi: Driving across the Warm Heart of Africa - Part 3

The last leg of our road trip across Malawi, the Land of Smiles - time to relax after intense safari travel. And what a way to chill! Lake Malawi is the place of dreams. Little to no tourists, it felt like being lost in the Caribbean Islands. Snorkelling, great food (read Day 9 just to get an idea!!), Fish Eagles and the Lake of Stars….have a read about our adventures off the beaten track! To read about Part 1 (here) and Part 2 (here) simply follow the links :)

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Malawi: Driving across the Warm Heart of Africa - Part 2

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Malawi: Driving across the Warm Heart of Africa - Part 2

The second leg of our Malawian road-trip took us to Liwonde National Park. After getting stuck, rescued by the British Army, loosing our hydraulic steering in the dark, we hoped our Safari in Liwonde would help us relax a bit. With breathtaking floodplains, tsetse flies and tracking cheetahs, join us on this adventure in one of Malawi’s most beautiful Wildlife Reserves.

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Malawi: Driving across the Warm Heart of Africa

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Malawi: Driving across the Warm Heart of Africa

Safari Njema! The adventure begins across Africa’s warm heart, in an old, cheaply rented yet sturdy looking Toyota. Conservation success stories, prime (and very lucky) wildlife sightings….an exciting first three days across the country down in the Majete Game Reserve. But equally, we discovered how cheap our car actually was…

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Trekking (and tracking) for the gorillas in the DRC

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Trekking (and tracking) for the gorillas in the DRC

Join me as I go looking for the beautiful, endangered and imposing Silverback Gorillas in the Democratic Republic of the Congo. Mosnter ants, broken radio, machetes, armed rangers, emotion and beauty, this was one of the most beautiful encounters I’ve had the chance to experience. Find tips and anecdotes, alongside a detailed story of a unique adventure.

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Some thoughts on Wildlife Conservation and Sustainable Development

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Some thoughts on Wildlife Conservation and Sustainable Development

After completing my two-week intensive conservation internship at the Lewa Wildlife Conservancy (Kenya) to become a Young Conservationist and Lewa Ambassador, I came back with more than just photographs and memories (via Honey Guide Safaris).

I came home with a more precise idea of what conservation is to me, and how I want to get involved. (Hopefully, this will start through the prolongation of my internship in London as more the just an ambassador

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