Once in a lifetime prize

Win an unforgettable experience to see Cheetahs in Liwonde National Park, Malawi.

Win the kind of experience money can’t buy!


If you’re looking for the kind of experience money can’t buy, tracking Cheetahs in Malawi with some of the world’s best Cheetah conservationists should certainly be at the top of your wish list.
Purchase one of only 1,000 tickets in the EWT’s Malawi Cheetah Experience Raffle, and you could claim bragging rights for this unique opportunity. For only R500, each ticket buys you the one-in-a-thousand chance to win an exclusive trip to see  the first Cheetahs to be introduced to Liwonde National Park, Malawi. You’ll also be helping these special cats, notorious for their speed, to win the race against extinction.
This unforgettable prize includes three nights for two on a full board basis at Mvuu Lodge, which nestles discreetly on the banks of a lagoon just off the Shire River on the western boundary of the wildlife-rich Liwonde National Park in Malawi, and two days spent tracking Cheetahs in the park with EWT and African Parks Cheetah experts.
Return tickets, for two, from OR Tambo international to Chileka International Airport, Malawi and airport transfers in Malawi are also included.
With a phenomenal prize like this on offer, the 1,000 tickets available are bound to disappear faster than a hunting Cheetah, so what are you waiting for? Buy yours today!
Entries close at midnight on 30 April 2019, or when all tickets have been sold, whichever is first.

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What’s up for grabs?


  • Return tickets, for two, from OR Tambo international to Chileka International Airport, Malawi.
  • Shuttle to and from Chileka International Airport.
  • Three nights’ accommodation, for two.
  • Two days in this incredible reserve, tracking our recently introduced Cheetahs with EWT and African Parks Cheetah experts.
  • Full board rate includes: accommodation, all meals, two game activities (boat safari and game drive included, guided walks will be charged at USD 20 and cannot be pre-booked), park fees for international and African residents.
  • Accommodation comprises eight luxurious tents for a maximum of 16 guests, each with en-suite bathroom facilities and a private viewing platform looking out on the lagoon. Lodge facilities include a dining room, pub, lounge area, wildlife library and swimming pool.
  • Excludes: 1% Tourism Levy, drinks, extra activities (park fees for Malawi residents).



  • Day 1: Collected from airport and travel for approximately five hours to lodge to settle in.
  • Day 1 evening: Dinner and sundowners on an elevated deck overlooking the reserve.
  • Day 2: Meet EWT and African Parks staff at 6am to head to the reserve, and spend the morning tracking reintroduced Cheetahs.
  • Day 2 lunch: Lunch at Mvuu Lodge and opportunity for a dip in the beautiful swimming pool to cool off in the hot afternoon.
  • Day 2 afternoon: Boat ride down the Shire River, enjoying views of elephants, crocodiles and other wildlife.
  • Day 2 evening: Enjoy dinner at the lodge.
  • Day 3: EWT and African Parks staff collect guests at 6am. Spend morning in reserve tracking Cheetahs.
  • Day 3 late morning: Visit Domwe island, three hours’ drive from Liwonde, a beautiful and affordable island with excellent food, and great wildlife that can be viewed from a kayak whilst paddling around the island: https://kayakafrica.co.za/domwe-island/. Alternatively, go for a game drive as included in the lodge’s package.
  • Day 3 evening: Enjoy dinner at the lodge.
  • Day 4: Transfer to airport.

Please note, this itinerary is subject to change.

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