Malawi listed 5th in Lonely Planet's Best countries for 2014; what next?
The Republic of Malawi has been termed among the leading countries on the planet for travelers in 2014. This country received the award in the '2014 Best in Travel' by Lonely Planet, the long awaited group of the world’s most well liked destinations as well as experiences for the year 2014.
Malawi positioned 5th on the list provided by Brazil plus Antarctica, however comes before the likes of Seychelles plus Mexico. The book brags about the rich and varied landscapes and also talks about Malawi as the big 5 plus beach-life with no crowds. The country is usually overshadowed by the larger and trendier safari destinations in Africa however with the lure of its spectacular lake that they talked about as ‘the Maldives with no sharks as well as the all inclusive buffets’, perfect beaches plus mountain hikes it's appropriately getting the spotlight.
The book proceeds to state that International media awareness has been coming in these days, stimulated by the nurtured parks plus reserves, the splendor plus range of the lake as well as the ever-increasing array of lodgings that accommodate budget, midrange and luxury clients.
The Malawi Travel Marketing Consortium is happy with the worldwide attention that this acknowledgement provides. Kelly White the Managing Director with pleasure said that to be acknowledged by Lonely Planet brand, that is read by a huge number of travelers each year, is a huge enhancement for the country. They believe that 2014 is a great year for the country. Also celebrating Fifty years of independence it views investment in brand-new accommodation, fascinating developments in the Nkhotakota Wildlife Reserve on the backside of the achievement of the Majete re-stocking project, plus brand-new flight routes into and around Malawi.
Travel experts have forecasted Malawi is going to be on the top of the best safari as well as adventure holidaymaker destinations for vacationers in 2014.
Advice by Lonely Planet is “best reach there soon! This move of a country has until now steered clear of the safari-suited ‘bush plus beach’ masses. You get near to elephants, rhinos, lions, leopards as well as buffalos minus the annoying 4WD scrum that is prevalent in the most widely known parks in Africa.
Kelly White carries on to say that Malawi is a developing tourism force to be considered. He added that their current marketing will aid the trade and then draw upon the top notch wildlife experiences, groundbreaking conservation efforts, beautiful beaches, thrilling water-sports, beautiful landscapes, interesting culture, amazing people, well known lake as well as peaceful ‘bare foot’ high end appeal, which makes it an attractive holiday destination for several world travelers.
This is the ninth edition of Lonely Planet yearly travel release. The destinations highlighted in this book are chosen for a number reasons; maybe there's something special happening that year, that there is been new development plus so much hype concerning the place, or that we believe it's up-coming and recommend that you visit just before large masses do. The book as well includes Seventeen motivational travel lists, like the most cost effective destinations for the next year, the best destinations to be fit as well as the best destination to try something totally new. Choosing what to incorporate in the Best in Travel edition by Lonely Planet is crucial process that involves authors, the online community as well as editors.