Guests have enjoyed back-to-back lion sightings at Central African Wilderness Safaris’ Mvuu Camp and Lodge in Liwonde National Park.
A second pride of lions comprising three females and two males was recently released in Liwonde National Park. There are now nine free-ranging lions and lionesses roaming the 548 sq. km park managed by African Parks. As with other wildlife species, African Parks has been very active in conservation efforts and animal relocation projects in Liwonde.
Fondly called ‘The Lion Brothers’, Chimwala and Sapitwa from the first pride, have been spotted regularly throughout the month, during both day and night game drives. With the newly introduced pride also settling in well into their surroundings, the CAWS’ guides have been able to track them successfully on several occasions and regular sightings have been reported between the Mwalasi River and Nangondo River.
In previous years, lion sightings have been rare so having a greater chance to witness these magnificent animals near to Mvuu Camp and Lodge has been such a privilege for staff and guests alike!