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Eine Abenteuer-Kajak-Safari auf dem Malawisee für Kajak-Enthusiasten! Die 14 Tage Rundreise beginnt und endet in Cape Maclear, nahe Monkey Bay, am südlichen Ende des drittgrößten Süßwasser-Sees in Afrika. In 12 Tagen paddeln Sie ca. 250 km und campen wild an den Ufern des Sees. Höhepunkt ist ein Besuch der Insel Likoma in der Mitte des Malawisees, der u.a. wegen seiner Fische, der Cichiliden, zum Nationalpark erklärt wurde. Wir erarbeiten die deutsche Übersetzung. Bitte lesen Sie solange die englische Reisebeschreibung.

This paddle safari is a tour for the keen kayaking enthusiast! Paddle along the southeastern shore of Africa's third biggest fresh water lake and camp at the beaches. Go snorkeling and have a look at the multicoloured fish species of the lake called the cichlids. One highlight will be getting to the biggest island in the lake called Likoma.

Lake Malawi - There are five major national parks in Malawi with wildlife such as elephants, zebra, hippo, crocodiles, antelope, lion, leopards, and hundreds of species of birds and fish. The Lake is about 560 km long and at its widest, stretches 75 km.  It forms most of the eastern border between Malawi and Mozambique. The lake consists of a single basin with greatest depth of about 706 m near the western shore about 45 km north of Nkhata Bay.

The lake contains a greater variety of indigenous species of fish than any other lake in the world. World Wildlife Fund researchers have identified over 500 species to date that are not found anywhere else in the world. Most of these fish are brightly colored and patterned. Many villages are located on the lake shore. The lake serves as an important source of food, providing local fishermen with an abundant source of fish. A most popular dinner in Malawi is chambo (a type of fish) and nsima (a corn or cassava porridge).

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The Paddling - The stretch of lake that we paddle is along its southeastern shores.  We cover a distance of approximately 250 km in 12 days, allowing some time for easier paddling or inclement weather.  We paddle between 20 and 25 km per day. The deep clear waters, together with the many tropical fish makes this trip a snorkeling paradise.  So you definitely need to bring your gear along.  The eastern shores are rather remote and the natural forests bordering the lake are home to Elephant, leopard and wild dog.  This trip is definitely for the enthusiastic canoeist.  For those birding and plant enthusiasts it is advisable to bring appropriate reference books along.  Once we reach Likoma island we then take the Ferry to return south to base camp. The ferry trip is the end of the trip. Meals during ferry trip are at own cost. After arrival in Monkey Bay on the 13th we will get shuttled back to Cape Maclear. Accommodation at Cape Maclear is at own cost.

Camping and Catering - All camping and catering equipment is packed into our boats for the entire duration of the trip.  We each cater and cook for ourselves.We will camp where we can on the banks of the Lake. This will be very basic camping as we won't use designated camp sites. All camping costs are included in the tourprice.

Kayak equipment - Our boats are durable, robust and very comfortable. They are also stable and cut through the water with ease. They are two man sit in sea kayaks made of polyethelene. A spray deck is available to place over the cockpit when required. Each person is fitted with a life jacket or personal floatation device. The required safety equipment, such as flares, compass and first aid kit are in the guide's boat.

Itinerary - We meet at Cape Maclear the day before we start paddling.

Day 1: We paddle across to the eastern side and start our way up along the lake's edge.

Day 2 to 12: We paddle all the way up to Likoma Island, overnight at Likoma Island. This marks the end of the kayaking section of this trip.

Day 13: We return by ferry back to Monkey Bay.

Afrika Malawi See Safari Urlaub mit Kajak

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Preis pro Person 2018: ab EUR 1599
Inbegriffen: Equipment, Guide,  Fährfahrt, Unterkunft   
Gruppengrösse: min.  8
Start in Cape Maclear/Malawi
Ende in Cape Maclear/Malawi
Toursprache: Englisch 
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