Malawi is one of Africa’s smallest countries and enclosed within the Great Rift Valley by Zambia, Tanzania and Mozambique. While Malawi may not have the coast, it does have its very own special blue jewel – Lake Malawi. For many years, this freshwater lake has been the single main attraction to bring people from across the globe to Malawi. Now, this Central African country is becoming increasingly featured as a safari destination with incredible conservation success stories in many of its wildlife reserves and national parks.
Celebrated as ‘The Warm Heart of Africa’ for its welcoming people and generous hospitality, experiencing Malawi’s local art and culture, traditional dances and festivals are great ways to get to know the country. It also boasts year-round pleasant weather and a massive diversity of natural landscapes. From forested mountains to grassland plateaus and, of course, the idyllic lake shoreline, the variety of scenery and the good accommodation options are a major drawcard to visitors.
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