Hippo family, Liwonde National Park (photo courtesy of Alan Grimes)
It’s warm and friendly people
Untouched beauty and stunning scenery
Scenic Lake Malawi - The world’s ninth largest lake, which despite its size, has no currents and no tides
Lake Malawi contains more species of cichilids than all of the lakes in North America put together
Excellent snorkelling and scuba diving in the Lake
Nine National Parks – Good game viewing, including the 'big five' and excellent bird watching
400 species of orchid and other wild flowers
A cultural heritage largely untouched by civilisation
Malawi’s lake shore stretches some 500km. It is a paradise of small communities, sandy shores and small islands.
Incredible diversity of experiences can be had in a such a small area – you could be on a mountaintop with the fog rolling ominously over the peaks in the morning, and on a boat watching a herd of elephants attempting to cool themselves down in the river in the afternoon.
If you would like some information on travelling within Malawi and its neighboring countries then , please don't hesitate to send me an email or give me a call on (+265) 994447353. I look forward to assisting you where possible.
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