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Mzuzu

Mzuzu is located in the Northern part of Malawi and it is considered to be the capital city of Northern Malawi. The Great Rift Valley runs through the Mzuzu city making it a top destination for tourist who visit the country and it is also surrounded by different top destinations in the country that is…

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Nkhata Bay

Nkhata Bay is a small dusty fishing village which is located on the shores of the Lake Malawi. It has a relatively small population of about 15000 people and these are extremely welcoming people who will make your stay at the Bay more welcoming when you visit. One might ask when it is the right…

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Satemwa Tea Estate

Satemwa Tea was set up in the year 1923 and a factory to process the tea was set up right next to the estate. Over the years the Satemwa Tea estate has become one of the leading tea producers in the whole world. The beauty about the tea estate is that they also grow coffee…

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Viphya Plateau

The Viphya plateau also known as the Viphya Mountains is a beautiful haven that is located in Malawi and a perfect get away for all tourists that need to get away from the busy life of the city Centres. The Viphya plateau is surrounded by a forest which adds on to the beauty of the…

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Zomba Plateau

Zomba plateau is located in the southern part of Malawi forming a great part of the Shire highlands. It is a forest reserve and according to the Malawian people, it is the oldest forest reserve in the whole country making it a perfect destination for botanists who want to learn more about the rare tree…

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Blantyre

The Blantyre city was established in the 18th century by the Scottish missionaries who came to country to spread the good news and this makes Blantyre to be one of the oldest towns in Malawi. It has always been known for its commercial stature and this started from the time the missionaries traded Ivory and…

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Likoma Island Malawi

The unspoiled beautiful nature of the Likoma Island is what makes it one of the best destinations in Malawi. The Island is located on the Lake Malawi and due to all the natural features that have been untouched by locals adds to the beauty of the Island making it a safe haven for tourists who…

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Malawi Mountains

Malawi as a country is well known for her beautiful landscape that covers the whole country. Many of the Mountains that are located in Malawi were formed as a result of the formation of the Great Rift Valley that was formed many years ago. Most of the Mountains that are located in Malawi are surrounded…

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Cape Maclear

If you ever want to experience what slow life is all about there is only one place in Malawi that can give you this experience and that is the cape Maclear. Cape Maclear also known as Chembe is located on the shores of Lake Malawi. This old fishing village is very easy to get to…

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Mountain Mulanje

  Mountain Mulanje is one of the top most tourist attractions in Malawi and not because it is the highest peak in central Africa but because of the beautiful scenery surrounding it and the challenge that it gives to all those that love hiking. Mountain Mulanje is located in the Southern part of…

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Volunteering In Malawi

Not every safari to Malawi leads to natural features or historical sites because you can still have fun when it comes to volunteering in this south western African country. There are so many places in Malawi where one can volunteer from especially tourists. Volunteering in Malawi goes way back from the time…

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When To Visit Malawi

This landlocked country is what one would like to call a paradise for all those that want to visit Africa with ease. Malawi just like any other African country majorly has two seasons that is the wet and dry season. The dry season runs through the months of April and May and the dry season…

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Lake Malawi National Park

Located in the Southern part of Malawi, the Lake Malawi national Park is a UNESCO heritage site and considering that it has the world’s first fresh water body makes it a top destination for many tourists and Lake Malawi has the largest number of fish species in the whole world but the most common fish…

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Malawi Wildlife Safaris

The natural features in Malawi make up the largest tourist destinations in the country and some of them are the numerous National parks and game reserves that act as habitats for the many wild life that is found in the country.  For all the nature lovers, Malawi has got you covered and it has now…

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Nyika National Park

Nyika National Park gets its name from the Nyika plateau and the word Nyika can loosely be translated as “where the water comes from”. It is one of the top national Parks in the country with its beautiful scenery that is majorly created by the Nyika plateau nearby. The national park covers about 3200 square…

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Vwaza Marsh Game Reserve

This game reserve is also located in the northern part of Malawi to the south west of the vast Nyika Plateau. It covers an area of 400sq km near the border with Zambia from the town of Mzuzu in the North West Wildlife Game viewing is great in the reserves since some animals cross the border…

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Malawi Attractions

If you are looking for a country to enjoy on a special African safari , Malawi is the right destination with several unique features inscribed in the land by the Great Rift Valley escarpment, large lake scenery and wildlife beauty even in its borders like Zambia, Tanzania and Mozambique. You can experience Malawi tours …

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Malawi Flights

Malawi although not as big as its neighbors, Tanzania, Zambia and Mozambique in South East Africa has remained as untouched as it were, sheltered from modern day civilization. You have every reason to stop by Malawi for a holiday, honeymoon or African safari and experience enormous beauty of the Nyika Plateau that stretches to create…

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Malawi Safari Tours

Malawi as a country has become one of the best safari destinations in Africa. This landlocked country is strategically located in the south Eastern part of the African continent and is bordered by Tanzania and Mozambique. The country has many safari destinations that all have unique attractions and that is why it is now on…

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Horse Riding in Malawi

There are a small number of locations in Malawi in which you can enjoy horse riding; the picturesque locations that can be relaxingly explored while on horseback. Novices are welcome as well as rides will be certainly adapted to fit capability. There is a stable between Dwangwa and the Chintheche presenting rides into the nearby…

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Malawi Cycling Tours and Biking

Cycling and Mountain Biking The alteration in scene over moderately short distances, as well as the varied landscapes, makes Malawi a wonderful country to enjoy cycling. The commonly good quality tar of the major roads permits for cycling excursions for a number of days, for instance, along the beautiful lakeshore. Further challenging mountain -biking is offered…

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Blantyre and Limbe

The biggest urban area within Malawi, the metropolitan area of Blantyre and Limbe, is actually the commercial capital of the country. Today with a population of more than half of one million, this city has its originated from the Scottish missionaries who visited during the era of David Livingstone - It was actually named after…

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Chintheche

A number of small lodges, with each possesing its private beach, are found near Chintheche. These are among some of the finest beaches around the lake. Among These lodges is Chintheche Inn, that provides luxury accommodation merged with a safari-similar experience within the area; as well as the attractive Makuzi Beach Lodge, that prides in…

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How To Get To Malawi

Flights to Malawi For international flights from South African Airways, Europe, Ethiopian Airlines and Kenya Airways –plus KLM, offer great alternatives to Malawi, and routes including an aircraft change within their respective country centers hubs which are Addis Ababa, Nairobi and Johannesburg. Regional connections between Malawi - Kenya, Zimbabwe, South Africa as well as Zambia…

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Malawi Car Hire and Rental Services

Getting Around Presently, there are several companies within Malawi which arrange tours and or even safaris for travelers. These offer various services including simple accommodation reservation to full extent, customized guided tours. Their great knowledge on Malawi is outstanding and they certainly will suggest itineraries that suit all your preferences, desires as well as budgets. Car Hire…

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South Malawi

The southern 3rd of Malawi is the most occupied and with most development - Economically conquered by Blantyre and yet physically by the grand Shire Valley in addition to Mulanje Mountain, certainly there is really variety in South Malawi. Landscape Twisting through this part, the Shire River gets its waters from Lake Malawi, and trails the…

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Central Malawi

Malawi as a country is the best place to begin your African safari especially if it is your first time to visit the African continent. It was initially part of the Maravi Empire during the 15th century but it later became Malawi after the Chewa people who live in the current Malawi settled there and…

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North Malawi

The various destinations that are located in the Northern part of the country are what we can refer to as the jewels of Malawi because there is no way you can visit the country without making a stop at any of these tourist destinations in the Northern part of the country. As a country, Malawi…

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Lilongwe, Malawi

In 1975, Lilongwe was declared the capital of Malawi, which role formerly served by Zomba. It credits its position to Dr Hastings Banda, who was the first President of the country, and was born immediately north of this very town. The ‘Old Town’ is different and detached from the current Capital City. Though the former…

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Kasungu National Park

In the western part of this Central Region, as well as neighboring Zambia, is the Kasungu National Park, on 800 square miles or 2100 square kilometer area with natural woodland plus bush and infrequent patches of open grasslands. Poaching has diminished the population of a number of animal species although there is still wildlife to…

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Liwonde National Park

Liwonde National park Liwonde national park is commonly known for the large herds of elephants that traverse through it and many tourist come to the National park just to gaze upon the large animals. This small national Park as compared to other National parks in the country is one of the top destinations for tourists…

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Lower Shire Valley Malawi

South west of the town of Blantyre, river Shire makes its way into its last phase prior to leaving Malawi and connecting the great Zambezi within Mozambique. This is actually the Lower Shire Valley, which is an annex of the great Rift Valley and habitat to at least 3 national parks or wildlife reserves. This…

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Nkhotakota Wildlife Reserve

Every part of Malawi is paradise in its own way but when you visit the Nkhotakota this is when you will know that true paradise exists. The landscapes coupled with the wild life in the reserve will leave you mesmerized and visiting the park is not all about viewing the big five as compared to…

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Mwabvi Wildlife Reserve

Mwabvi Wildlife Reserve is situated at the extreme southern end of Malawi. This 135 sq km away is smallest reserve in Malawian, and as well the least reachable. Nonetheless it prides in a range of territories unmatched to the larger reserves, yet, because of its isolation, a wilderness environment that is scented of the ancient…

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Majete Wildlife Reserve

The Majete Wildlife Reserve is located in the south western part of Malawi with an increase of wild animals that were in the first place depleted due to the many poachers who hunted down the animals for different reasons. It is one of the reserves in the country that still offer tourists the real wilderness…

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Lengwe National Park

The Lengwe National Park is located near Majete at the border of Malawi and Mozambique and it was established in the year 1928. The park was first a reserve and the main reason as to why it was constructed was to preserve the life of the wild animals that were almost becoming extinct especially the…

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Malawi Walking Safaris

Walking and Trekking Malawi possesses such beautiful as well as diverse scenery all through, that walking in addition to trekking is well-liked in almost all of the areas, as well as along the lakeshore. Walks through all of the national parks as well as wildlife reserves are common for game viewing although trekking is normally…

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Birding in Malawi

Malawi has a total population of about 650 bird species that have been recorded by the government and although it is a small number as compared to the other African countries, the species that are found in Malawi are worth seeing as some of them are endemic to the country. When we talk about birding…

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Malawi Fishing

Fishing in Malawi is carried out in the different parts of the country in the various towns and water bodies that are located in Malawi. The country has various types of bird species and the Lake Malawi is known to have the highest number of fish species in the whole world and one of the…

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Lake Malawi Trips

Lake Malawi, is The jewel as well as the crown of this country’s various tourist attractions.  This lake was Discovered by a missionary- explorer called Dr David Livingstone just more than 150 years back. Although totally landlocked, Malawi isn’t dismisses off its “inland sea”. This huge freshwater body bordered by beaches with beautiful golden sand…

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Malawi Sightseeing Tours

Landscape / Scenic Malawi holds a great variety of good-looking landscapes. With The uppermost peaks in the country being at 10,000 feet or 3,000 meters whereas the lowest position is only just above sea- level,  This range in altitudes all within a small country actually makes the landscape of this country one of the most…

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Malawi National Parks

Malawi is endowed with a great variety of plant life and animals and has more than 9 National Parks / Wildlife Reserves. As it may not possess quite the large numbers of huge mammals (mainly predators) just like a number of its more well known neighbors, Malawi compensates this in several different ways. Malawi offers…

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Malawi Cultural Tours, Malawian culture

  Malawi as a country has one of the most unique cultures due to the many tribes that are found in the country. Also known as the Warm Heart of Africa, it is a good place for one to take a trip if you want to learn more about the African culture. There are many…

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Kayaking and Sailing in Malawi, Water Skiing

Lake Malawi, is an inland sea, that offers the chance for almost every water sport that you can ever imagine. The size of the lake, its fresh warm waters as well as its good-looking adjacent beaches make it a paradise for persons looking for an all-year location to parasail, swim, kayak, scuba dive, sail, snorkel,…

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Snorkeling and Diving in Malawi

Snorkeling and Diving The tide less, clear, shark-free, calm and warm waters with plentiful fish populations (of more than 600 species), as well as attractive rock formations brand Lake Malawi an outstanding destination to dive. The country is extensively known as one among the finest freshwater diving destinations in the whole world. Furthermore, Visibility can extend…

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Malawi Travel Tips, All You Need To Know Before Travelling

  Malawi is located in the south eastern part of the African continent and it is bordered by Tanzania and Mozambique. This landlocked country has some of the best tourist destinations and that is why you will find many tourists lounging in the different destinations in the country. Before you travel to the different destinations…

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