It makes sound sense that landlocked Malawi is called the “Warm Heart of Africa” in the native language. Genuine friendliness is reflected in the cheerful waves and broad smiles of the locals. The country is touted for its incredible wildlife and desolate beaches, offering some of the continent’s most diverse landscapes. Savor pristine views of the vast, blue Lake Malawi – the jewel in the crown, the lifeblood, and the ninth largest lake in the world!
- Liwonde National Park is undoubtedly Malawi’s most spectacular wildlife viewing destination, with its beautiful riverine setting and teeming wildlife, viewed by 4WD, on foot, and by boat.
- Experience the warmth of the people through genuine cultural experiences outside the parks and along the lake.
- A UNESCO World Heritage Site, Lake Malawi’s golden sand beaches and crystal, clear waters, offer relaxation, water sports, exceptional diving and freshwater snorkeling.
- Drive to the top of the table-like, Zomba Plateau to explore the forested interior and take in the stunning views from the sheer scarp-like edges.
- The great Mount Mulanje, at over 9850 feet, is one of the highest mountains in central Africa – a massif of peaks and basins, accessible only on foot.