CAWS Guests Trek The Shire River Trail

By May 30, 2018 Uncategorized No Comments
© Bentley Palmer

Central African Wilderness Safaris Mvuu Camp and lodge guests recently trekked through the bush on the three-day Shire River Trail in Liwonde National Park.

© Bentley Palmer

© Bentley Palmer

Central African Wilderness Safaris recently conducted the Shire River Trail for a group of guests at Mvuu Camp and Lodge. The three-day trail takes you into the heart of the bush in Liwonde National Park, spanning across 30kms of scenic floodplains and Miombo woodlands. Starting at the foot of the Nafiulu Hills, leading up to a 23km hike, and ending with a 7km walk along the banks of the Shire River.

Walking trail safaris and what to expect:

A walking trail is ideal for guests who wants to enjoy the smaller, more subtle wildlife interactions and sightings that one might miss on a traditional game drive.

For the first night of the trail, CAWS set up camp at Njobvu and then spent the second night at Chipembere. Tents, an eco-loo and bucket shower were set up and warm meals were prepared and served on site.  The group was able to stop at various locations en-route and learn more about the tracks, habitats, birds and wildlife that they encountered on their way.

© Bentley Palmer

© Bentley Palmer

© Bentley Palmer

© Bentley Palmer

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