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  • Eco Islands

    Malawi has a number of small Islands across the Lake. Out of these, only Maleri, Domwe and Mumbo have been developed for eco -tourism. All these islands are located in Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty. As such they offer spectacular scenic vistas and have thus been preserved in their natural and tranquil state for the enjoyment of the future generations. Maleri Island Three little islands comprise of what is generically called Maleri. The fish around the waters of the Islands are a major att…
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  • Malawi Adventures

    Water Sports Lake Malawi’s crystal clear blue waters are a water sports enthusiast paradise. A selection of dinghies, catamarans, wind surfers, canoes and kayaks are available for hire at most of the resorts along the Lakeshore. Diving And Snorkeling Lake Malawi provides a good location for diving and snorkeling. The ideal time to enjoy this adventure is between the months of August to December when visibility can reach up to 30 m. the multicolored cichlid fish species of the lake attracts visi…
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  • National Parks

    NYIKA NATIONAL PARK Nyika is Malawi’s largest and oldest National Park with a size of 3134 square km. It is located in the northern region of the country 507km from the capital city, Lilongwe. It is one of the Trans Frontier Conservation Areas (TFCA) between Malawi and Zambia. Nyika has breath-taking rolling hills, lush grassland, forested valleys, “miombo woodland” and evergreen forests. There is an abundant plant life in the park with over 3000 species of which over 200 types are orchids. Th…
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  • Wildlife Reserves

    Nkhotakota Game Reserve This is Malawi’s largest Wildlife Reserve and is 1802 square km. It is 115km from Lilongwe and 642km from Blantyre. It was established as a Wildlife Reserve in 1954. Situated to the east of Kasungu National Park, Nkhotakota covers a huge area of escarpment wilderness and numerous drainage lines join three major north-easterly flowing rivers: the Dwangwa (on the northern boundary), the Bua and the Kaombe. Woodland (mostly miombo) is the main vegetation-type and there is …
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