Book Cheap Flights to Malawi
Malawi is one of the most mesmerising African countries, perched in southern Africa, sharing borders with Mozambique, Zambia, and Tanzania. Malawi is a tiny landlocked country divided by the Earth's Great Rift Valley and gigantic Lake Malawi, Africa's third largest lake. It is one of the world's smallest countries, spreading over a total area of 118,480 km². The country is renowned worldwide for its geographical diversity and an extraordinary freshwater lake. There's no doubt the landlocked country is hands down one of the sought-after destinations for wildlife lovers. Malawi is often referred to as the 'warm heart of Africa' due to its generous and amiable locals. The country has long lured a steady stream of travellers from all corners of the globe.
Apart from its modest size and the mythical Malawian benevolence, this 'warm heart of Africa' is heaven for all kinds of globetrotters. It is a perfect retreat for travellers who are keen in search of an exceptional range of natural landscapes. For instance, Lake Malawi is often referred to as Lake Nyasa, the world's ninth-largest shimmering lake. However, Malawi has three main languages, which come from the country's three main ethnic groups, such as Chichewa, Chitumbuka and Chiyao. The country keeps its visitors occupied during a trip with spine-tingling activities, heart-warming citizens, otherworldly landscapes, and natural splendours.
Best Places to Visit in Malawi
Liwonde National Park
Liwonde National Park is a sought-after national park located in southern Malawi, perched on the coast of the Shire River and part of Lake Malombe. The national park is a heaven for nature & wildlife lovers, blessed with swaying grass fields, rough tracks and baobab groves. However, the park offers globetrotters exceptional wildlife sightseeing, such as bush elephants, endangered black rhinos, hyena packs, side-striped jackals, Etc.
Blantyre is the second most visited city in Malawi, situated at the Shire Highlands in southern Malawi. However, the city keeps its visitors occupied throughout the trip with limitless scope of exploration, such as St.Michael's and All Angels Church to the Museum of Malawi. Blantyre is a rival of Malawi's capital city in terms of the economic bigwig of the nation.
Lake Malawi National Park
Lake Malawi National Park is an ideal land for both wildlife enthusiasts and history geeks, perched at the end of the great expanse of Lake Malawi. The park is renowned worldwide for being the world's first freshwater national park. Lake Malawi National Park is filled with postcard-worthy beaches, paradisiacal granite islands, and tropical azure waters teeming with kaleidoscopic marine fauna.
Lilongwe is a sprawling capital city of Malawi, situated alongside the Lilongwe River. Malawi's capital city is teeming with worthwhile activities and attractions to explore. For instance, being the nation's political centre, the city is an ideal spot for shopaholics to buy some souvenirs and party goers to relish the nightlife events of the city.