Lilongwe Wildlife Centre in Lilongwe, Malawi

About Lilongwe Wildlife Centre

Basic Information about Lilongwe Wildlife Centre

Name Lilongwe Wildlife Centre
Location Along Kenyatta Drive, Lilongwe
Phone +265 (0) 991 788 999
Opening Hours 8:00 – 17:00 (Mon-Sun)

Lilongwe Wildlife Centre is run by the Lilongwe Wildlife Trust (LWT), a private NGO.

The Wildlife Centre works to protect injured and rescued wildlife in order to release them back into the wild, and has over 200 animals in the centre.

There were guided sanctuary tours available to observe the protected animals until 2020, but these have now been closed.

Visitors can go trekking along the nature trails.

There are three trails of 1.1 km, 3.2 km and 4.3 km, allowing visitors to choose a course that suits their time and fitness.

The indigenous forest is home to a variety of wildlife, including hyenas, porcupines, bushbabies, serval cats, Nile crocodiles, monitor lizards and Schlegel’s snakes.

The Lingadzi River, which flows through the site, is also a great place to watch kingfishers, herons and other waterbirds.

The facility also has a trendy café, gift shop and playground.

If you want to relax in the midst of nature in Lilongwe, this is the place to visit.

Entrance Fee

Citizen International
Adults MK800 MK2,000
Children MK400 MK1,000

*Café and Gift shop is free.

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