Safari Beach Lodge

Address: Senga Bay Forest Reserve, Salima, Malawi | Lodge
 
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This lodge is located on Senga Bay Forest Reserve, Salima.
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      Travel Blogs from Salima

      Time for the history lesson..

      A travel blog entry by katrine-t on Dec 11, 2014

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      After soaking up on sun and beachtime for a while at Cape Maclear, I figured it was about time to do something cultural. I read about some old rock paintings in my guidebook, and although I hadn't met any traveler that had heard about it, I wanted to check it out. So I went to Dedza, got a taxi and a guide to the Chongoni Rock Art Area and went looking for the rock paintings. They are not all very clear paintings anymore, some are actually quite hard to see what is (especially ...

      Helping the people that needs my help ..

      A travel blog entry by katrine-t on Dec 08, 2014

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      ... help the ones that need my help. If I can, I will buy their crafts or use their services rather than just giving away the money. If you too want to help, send me an e-mail at: katrine.tufteland@hotmail.com. Just a small amount can make a big difference around here. Thank you for helping me help them! Ps: If by all means I should have more money left from the donations by the time I come home, I will donate the rest to an African ...

      The rest of Malawi ..

      A travel blog entry by katrine-t on Nov 15, 2014

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      The second week of November I finally packed my backpack and said goodbye to Milla, Joseph, Qita and all my other friends in Mzuzu, and left to see the rest of Malawi. During the last few months Mzuzu has become my home away from home, so it was very sad to leave and say goodbye for the last time! I headed straight for Kande Beach, where I spent three nights, enjoing the lake a littlebit more before heading to Salima and Kuti National Park. It is a relatively small park, not too ...

      Malawi part 3: cape maclear

      A travel blog entry by ngyixian1 on Oct 01, 2014

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      ... bizarre flying insects or your regular creepy crawlies. I should make an entire Facebook photo album out of all the strange bugs I've found around me. Once when the crew was hanging out near a place called gecko lounge, a baby lizard fell on my lap. He was christened "pascal" and provided an hour or so of entertainment for us. Cockroaches are a regular patron of restaurants in malawi. Once while we were dining, there was a huge commotion at our neighboring table as a ...

      Day 27 day 22 of Africa trip livingstone to Kasane

      A travel blog entry by doddy17 on Sep 29, 2014

      ... Zambezi river with a 3 truck ferry. As there were a few trucks in the campsite expectations of a lively night in the bar were hopeful. Yet again we were disappointed. Me stu Jess and Jo were joined by the Aussies Glenda and Laura, we lasted all the way to 11 before leaving kip asleep on the table at the bar. Thebes river ...

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