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Vacation travel video about destination Liwonde National Park in Malawi. The Liwonde National Park is situated in Central Africa and is Malawi’s most well known game reserve.Up until 1962 unrestricted poaching and hunting almost entirely eradicated the wildlife population of the region but in 1969 it was designated as a game reserve and, in 1973, as a national park. The Shire River is the region’s lifeline and more than two thousand hippos inhabit a forty kilometre section of the park. The park’s elephants are no longer slaughtered for their valuable tusks and their numbers, too, are increasing substantially. At the park’s watering holes groups of animals repeatedly gather to drink, an ideal opportunity to observe animals in the wild. Thankfully, the Liwonde National Park is now a natura...
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http://davidsbeenhere.com David's Been Here takes us along for the trip from New York City to Malawi, Africa. After an enjoyable South African Airways journey, David is ready to explore this beautiful country in southeastern Africa. From the airport to the Crossroads Hotel in Lilongwe, Malawi's capital, David dives right into the trip. With a local guide and driver, he tours the Lilongwe Wildlife Center, a zoo and animal sanctuary just five minutes outside the capital's center. With crocodiles, monkeys, hyenas and lions roaming the grounds, this sanctuary is a wonderful first experience to have in the country. So if you're looking to embark on a new, exciting and unforgettable adventure, book your ticket to Malawi.
*Malawi elephant relocation footage courtesy of African Parks* Between 2007 and 2014, elephant populations dropped by 30% in Africa primarily because of poaching. Currently, the population is declining at 8% per year. Luckily, there are people and organizations passionate enough about these enormous animals that they are willing to take a stand against all odds. The 500 Elephant Project is the continent’s largest translocation of elephants to a 42,000-acre preserve within Malawi’s Nkhotakota Wildlife Reserve, managed by the non-profit organization African Parks from the Majete Wildlife Reserve and Liwonde National Park. We bring you the whole story on this giant effort to move Africa’s largest giants to their new home.
http://www.earth-touch.com They're the undisputed rulers of Lake Malawi - meet the diverse & colourful cichlid fish (00:50)! The Earth-Touch crew also films dolphins racing after their sardine prey (04:40) & some of the amazing marine animals that inhabit a reef environment off the South African coast (06:50).
Lake Malawi National Park is a national park located in Malawi at the southern end of Lake Malawi. It is the only national park in Malawi that was created to protect fish and aquatic habitats. Despite this, Lake Malawi National Park does include a fair amount of land, including several small islands in Lake Malawi. It is also home to other animals such as baboons. A large baobab tree, purportedly over 800 years old, is said to have been a favourite of Dr. David Livingstone as a place where he could give sermons and speak with other missionaries. The graves of five early missionaries are also found in the park. The many endemic fish species make it a key example of specialized evolution. For this characteristic, it was inscribed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1984.
Animals of Malawi in the Majete Wildlife Reserve: http://earthwatch.org/Expeditions/Animals-of-Malawi-in-the-Majete-Wildlife-Reserve Music credit: At The Shore - The Dark Contenent by Kevin MacLeod is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution license (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/) Source: http://incompetech.com/music/royalty-free/index.html?isrc=USUAN1100770 Artist: http://incompetech.com/ Photo credit (rhino tracking): Nico Wills http://www.nicowills.com/
With a slightly different commentary this video showcases all that Malawi has to offer with its friendly people, breathing taking scenery and amazing wildlife.
Malawi's only privately run, and one of the countries finest wildlife reserves, with plentiful animals and accommodation, but without the tourist crowds. For more information, please visit: http://www.african-parks.org/apffoundation/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=47&Itemid=131 http://www.african-parks.org/apffoundation/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=47&Itemid=131 http://wikitravel.org/en/Majete_Wildlife_Park
http://davidsbeenhere.com David's Been Here is touring Malawi's Majete Wildlife Reserve, where David and crew show us around both the reserve and hotel located inside. Staying at the luxury safari lodge Mkulumadzi, David tours us around the stunning interiors, hotel surroundings, as well as the eating areas, where you can literally watch hippos and other wildlife graze while you eat your breakfast. Take off on game and night drives with David as he captures some amazing footage of African Buffalo, Warthogs, Waterbuck, different types of Antelopes and even some charging elephants!
This video informs the Malawian population about the amended Wildlife Act, which has been put in place to protect the wildlife of Malawi for future generations. It has been produced by the Department of National Parks and Wildlife with support of African Parks, Lilongwe Wildlife Trust, IFAW, RSPCA and Wildlife Action Group Malawi
Crocodiles in the southern Africa country of Malawi often eat more than just your regular wildlife prey. Sometimes they attack humans who get in their way. ➡ Subscribe: http://bit.ly/NatGeoSubscribe About National Geographic: National Geographic is the world's premium destination for science, exploration, and adventure. Through their world-class scientists, photographers, journalists, and filmmakers, Nat Geo gets you closer to the stories that matter and past the edge of what's possible. Get More National Geographic: Official Site: http://bit.ly/NatGeoOfficialSite Facebook: http://bit.ly/FBNatGeo Twitter: http://bit.ly/NatGeoTwitter Instagram: http://bit.ly/NatGeoInsta See All National Geographic Videos http://video.nationalgeographic.com/video/?source=4001 Maneaters of Malawi | Natio...
Jim Fowler joins a team of Malawi wildlife biologists in a project to capture, study and manage both the large Nyala antelope and the powerful African elephant. The expedition begins in rubber boats and start to descent the Shire River, a treacherous stream never before successfully navigated by man.
From our African biodiversity citizen science expedition to Malawi (https://www.biosphere-expeditions.org/malawi)
Stop Wildlife Crime. Protect Malawi’s Wildlife’ – a joint initiative between Lilongwe Wildlife Trust and the Department of National Parks & Wildlife. Find out more at http://www.malawiwildlife.org/. Film by Jamie Unwin, commissioned by Lilongwe Wildlife Trust and the Foreign & Commonwealth Office.
Ever wonder what happens to poachers when caught? Connex Mbewe shares what happened the night we stayed at the Wildlife Action Group's base camp in the Thuma forest reserve in Malawi. With this team there is hope to stop the elephant and tree poaching. Join us traveling to save African wildlife… come enjoy the African bush in our old Land Rover, see amazing wild animals and birds, meet dedicated conservationists and experience a few crazy adventures along the way. Nikela is about Helping People Saving Wildlife - http://www.nikela.org #NikelaAfrica Sign up to Ride Along http://www.nikela.org/ride-along-with-us-margrit-russ/ Subscribe to our channel so you won't miss an adventure Filmed with a Sony Cybershot
Safari trip Malawi, Africa in July 2015. Purely sight seeing, there is no hunting allowed in Malawi. All game animals are in National Parks under protection of Rangers to stop poaching, outside of parks the wild animals have been all but wiped out. Places visited: Majete Wildlife Reserve Liwonde National Park Lake Malawi National Park Vwaza Marsh Game Reserve Nyika National Park Animals seen: antelope: Impala, Kudu, Nyala, Bush Buck, Water Buck, Reed Buck, Sable, Roan, Puku, Eland and Common Duiker Elephants Hippopotamus Wart hogs Baboons Vevet Monkeys Four types of Mongoose Civet Zebra Otter Bush Baby Elephant Shrew Jackals Crocodiles Many many bird species. Also saw Lion foot prints, Leopard foot prints and scat, Rhino dung and prints. Had a Zebra right outside bedroom window one ...
Singer/songwriter Joss Stone has accepted an invitation from Lilongwe Wildlife Centre to become an ambassador for the only wildlife centre in Malawi! This video was kindly shot by her brother, Harry Stoker.
http://davidsbeenhere.com David's Been Here is wrapping up a 22-day journey through Malawi, Africa by spending some time in the Majete Wildlife Reserve. Join David and crew for a nature walk, game drive and river safari through this beautiful wildlife reserve where David learns a bit about the local flora and fauna. Watch some of the amazing footage that David captures during the boat safari of hippos, elephants and other local wildlife inside the reserve, or head to Majete yourself for an unforgettable, once in a lifetime experience.