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Malawi’s Attractions and Activities

Malawi offers a diverse number of attractions, with Lake Malawi being its main attraction. This beautiful ‘jewel in the crown’ of Malawi was discovered by Dr David Livingstone just over 150 years ago. This vast body of freshwater is totally landlocked and surrounded by golden beaches, offering a wide variety of watersports. But there is more […]

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Luwawa Forest Lodge

Situated in the Viphya Mountains of northern Malawi, Luwawa Forest Lodge lies just eight kilometres east of the main road.  The lodge is set in the prime location of the stunning and peaceful Luwawa Valley that overlooks Luwawa Dam, which is filled to the brim with a wide assortment of fish, including chambo and black […]

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Chintheche Inn

Chintheche Inn, Malawi

Situated on the western shores of central Lake Malawi is Chintheche Inn. The area is distinguishable by its unspoiled golden beaches fringed with palm trees and studded with fishing villages, as well as patches of lowland tropical forest. The Inn offers ten comfy, vibrantly decorated rooms with…
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Chelinda Lodge

Chelinda Lodge

Chelinda Lodge in Malawi is situated against a backdrop of hagenia woodland and overlooks expansive tracts of Nyika National Park’s undulating grasslands, studded with big herds of wildlife. The lodge offers guests 8 double-storey log cabins, each containing an inviting fireplace for the colder evenings. The ground…
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African Music Festivals

As if there are not enough reasons to visit Africa, like the game reserves, the beaches, the wild and wonderful adventure activities, then the wild and wonderful Music Festivals! So why not plan a music-filled budget safari through Africa that incorporates one of these festivals.   Afrikaburn  Perhaps more well-known is this outdoor event – […]

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Lake Malawi

Highlights of Lake Malawi

Discover the highlights of Lake Malawi where you can view plenty of wildlife, visit game reserves and see the Big 5. Lake Malawi Highlights * Liwonde National Park * Majete Wildlife Reserve: Big 5 * Nyika National Park * Lilongwe * Zomba Plateau * Mount Mulanje Liwonde National Park Here you will find some of […]

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Malawi - Sunrise

More on Malawi

With Malawi being among some of the least developed countries in the world, its economy is based strongly on agriculture and majority of its population is rural. The country has tackled several big challenges, such as building and expanding the economy, improving education and healthcare, upping environmental protection and becoming financially independent. Since 2005, Malawi […]

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Lake Malawi

Located within the Western Rift Valley, Lake Malawi is the third biggest and second deepest lake in the continent, as well as the ninth largest in the world. The Lake is one of the African Great Lakes, and the southernmost lake in the East African…
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Big 5 Complete Again at Majete Wildlife Reserve

The Majete Wildlife Reserve in Malawi has announced that in August 2015 they will receive four lions, two male and two female, from South Africa which will complete the return of the ‘Big 5’ in the reserve. Since 1980 no lions have been spotted in the area as a result of poaching. The 70.000 hectare […]

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Lilongwe – Old Town and the New Capital City

Lilongwe is the capital of Malawi. There are two parts to Lilongwe; Old Town and the new Capital City. Old Town has bustling street markets, while the new city is very much like other developed cities with modern buildings and neat, uniformed garden-like areas. In the city there is Old Town Mall which is a […]

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