Malawi

From the warmth & friendliness with which all visitors are greeted, to the vibrant, bustling fruit & veg markets, the lush, bright green, sea of tea to the deep, dark depths of mesmerising Lake Malawi, this tiny country is as varied as it is content. No longer just a ‘beach add on’ Malawi can now […]

From the warmth & friendliness with which all visitors are greeted, to the vibrant, bustling fruit & veg markets, the lush, bright green, sea of tea to the deep, dark depths of mesmerising Lake Malawi, this tiny country is as varied as it is content.

No longer just a ‘beach add on’ Malawi can now claim some excellent and exclusive wildlife viewing too. With both Majete Wildlife Reserve and Liwonde National Park making huge strides in conservation with reintroduction, education and excellent anti-poaching enterprises we would definitely put Malawi high on the list of stand-alone safari destinations.

The warm heart of Africa

MALAWI COUNTRY FACTS

Area

118,484km²

Population

14,901,000

Official Languages

English, Chechewa

Major Wildlife Areas/Areas of Interest

Majete Wildlife Reserve, Liwonde National Park, Lake Malawi National Park, Nkhotakhota Wildlife Reserve, Mt Mulanje, Nyika Plateau National Park, Livingstonia, Southern Tea Estates.

Wonderful for

Hiking, Mt Mulanje Climb, Diving Lake Malawi, Water sports, Safarimoons, Self-Drive Safaris, Family Safaris.

TripAfrica Suggests

An exploration of Southern Malawi taking in Majete & Liwonde National Parks, a relaxing stay on Satemwa tea estate and ending with a few nights relaxing on the shores of Lake Malawi – self-driven or private transfers, your choice!