Malawi is a warm and welcoming country that offers contrasting scenery, fantastic watersports and probably the friendliest people in Africa.
Malawi may be small but it has a prominent attraction. Measuring 590km long and 85km wide, the golden beaches of Lake Malawi offer a wealth of water based activities for everyone.
The countries' nine national parks and wildlife reserves also provide spectacular safaris on foot, bicycle, boat or 4x4. In Malawi the choices are endless.
Liwonde National Park although fairly small in comparison to the rest of Malawi’s Wildlife parks, is a very popular park to visit.
The wildlife here includes large numbers of elephants, hipppos, buffalo and crocodiles as well as sable, kudu and bushbuck. The predators include leopards (not frequently seen) and hyena. It also has an impressive variety of birds.
The game viewing is enhanced because the Shire River flows along its western border, allowing boat safaris as well as walking safaris and game drives in 4x4s.
Lake Malawi is one of the most appealing of the great lakes of Africa and is three quarters the length of Malawi.
Its crystal clear waters are teeming with colourful freshwater fish so makes for a very popular diving location and is surrounded by white sandy beaches.
The Majete Wildlife Reserve has good populations of most game including leopard, lion, elephant, buffalo, sable antelope, zebra, hartebeest, eland and black rhino.
It is situated in the Lower Shire Valley and African Parks have taken responsibility for the rehabilitation and long term managagement of the reserve.
Please contact your Destination Specialist for more information on +44 (0) 1993 824198
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