Majete Wildlife Reserve
Majete Wildlife Reserve offers a truly inspirational story of successful conservation. Having been very heavily poached the reintroduction of endangered species in 2003 by the Malawian government has been a resounding success and has turned the park into a modern day model of biodiversity.
Majete is very close to Blantyre and is just 7,000 hectares in the Great Rift Valley. There is everything from lush forest to river valleys and granite hills. Wildlife here is abundant including black rhino, elephant, buffalo, eland, kudu, sable, suni, klipspringer, Lichtenstein’s hartebeest and zebra. Majete offers a fantastic opportunity for clients to see the hard work and law enforcement which went into the park to stop the poaching. In July 2008 Majete had their first black rhino calf born and other successful births are slowly growing this population. Majete is a true success story and a must visit on any Malawian holiday.