Check out our FAQs for travel to Malawi
Yes, the majority of nationalities will require a visa. However, there a number of visa-free countries so to check for more information about your visa requirements and to apply online, visit: evisa.gov.mw/
Malawi is a very safe and peaceful place. One of the safest African countries. But please do keep in mind that Malawi is also one of the poorest countries in the world so be mindful of leaving cash, gadgets or expensive jewellery unattended (the same as holidaying in New York, London or Paris) as any crime that does occur is generally opportunistic.
Yes. Malawi is very child friendly – there are just a few adults-only lodges so feel free to check with us and we’ll advise you on the most suitable accommodation options.
Absolutely! However, if you’re travelling with very young children please double check with us on the most family-friendly safari lodges as not all accept children below the age of 6, and a few do not accommodate children at all.
Along with your essentials of camera, sunglasses, sunscreen, medication (talk to your doctor about anti-malarials), travel documents and USD $ cash for any national park fees you may visit (ask us how much for your trip), we’d also highly recommend a battery pack charger, insect repellent spray, neutral colored clothing for safari, closed walking shoes, and swimwear. Plus a good book for those looking to relax!
Yes, if your tour starts at either of our two International Airports a driver will meet you just after arrivals at the terminal exit (Covid regulations do not allow non-passengers within the terminal building currently) holding a sign with your name.
That’s no problem at all, we’d be happy to help. Drop us a line to firstname.lastname@example.org and we’ll get back to you as soon as possible.