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Liwonde National Park, Malawi


Conservation enthusiasts from around the world flock to Liwonde National Park to witness herds of elephants trampling the ground between ancient baobab trees and to retrace the steps of Prince Harry who helped African Parks relocate 500 elephants into Liwonde.

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Liwonde National Park

Conservation enthusiasts from around the world flock to Liwonde National Park to witness herds of elephants trampling the ground between ancient baobab trees, bird-filled towering borassus palms swaying in the light breeze, and to retrace the steps of Prince Harry who helped African Parks relocate 500 elephants into Liwonde. The park is the most popular game park in Malawi and its relatively small size – just 580 square kilometres – means that safari drives and boat safaris have a good chance of tracking some of Africa’s wildest animals – large herds of elephants, crocodiles, antelope, countless hippos and leopards prowling across their territory. The biggest draw to Liwonde National Park is its conservation efforts, with African Parks successfully reintroducing black rhinos to the park as well as breeding elephants over recent years.


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