The Warm Heart of Africa
Malawi's unique combination of landscape, wildlife, lake Malawi and the people makes it one of the amazing countries to visit. It is one of the friendliest and safest countries in Africa, offering the visitor a fascinating variety of sights and experiences. The diversity of landscapes, lake Malawi and national parks and reserves provide the foundation for an unrivalled choice of safaris, with water sports and outdoor activities.
WHY VISIT MALAWI
Exploring Malawi encompasses stunning scenery,waterfalls, and breathtaking view points. Follow in the footsteps of Dr David Livingstone. To this day Malawi's wilderness remains unspoilt. It's people are amongst the most friendliest and their welcoming smile is everlasting. The shores of lake Malawi are lined with pristine beaches, secret coves and lively fishing villages with unforgettable diving, kayaking and snorkeling opportunities.
Malawi's nine national parks and wildlife reserves cover a great variety of landscape and vegetation types. A safari in Malawi is about memorable experiences, plenty of game in beautiful surrounding areas, no convoys of vehicles as is characteristic of some African parks. Fewer number of visitors gives you the opportunity to experience all types of safaris: in 4x4, by boat, on horse back or on foot.
Malawi's big draw is the lake: a vast freshwater lake fringed by beaches of golden sand, is a scenic wonderland with great opportunities for water sport activities. It covers 20 percent of the country's total surface and its thought to contain more species of fish than any other body of water on earth.
PEOPLE AND CULTURE
Malawi's people are its greatest asset, friendly, welcoming, colourfull and vibrant. It is impossible to visit and not become engaged with the people. There are now opportunities to spend time in real villages for a first-hand experience of the cultures, traditions and daily life.