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Malawi is marvellous

with it’s warm, welcoming and splendid scenery

Embrace Malawi’s rich and diverse landscapes which include Nyika Plateau in the North, incredible game viewing in Liwonde National Park and beautiful waters of Lake Malawi.

Malawi has been listed as the fifth top country for travellers to visit in Lonely Planet’s Best in Travel collection, featuring the world’s top trend destinations and experiences for the year ahead.

Eland at Dusk Courtesy Dana Allen

Nyika offers some stunning scenery. Credits to Dana Allen

Why not experience the pristine beaches, crystal clear waters with some of the best freshwater scuba diving and snorkelling in the world? At the same time meet and interact with the local people. Visit Nyika National Park, Malawi’s largest national park and the only big game Afro-montane area in south-central Africa. Nyika is renowned for its rolling hills, high-altitude grassland, pockets of evergreen forests and diverse game viewing. Your options are endless!

The month is November and Malawi too is calling out for the November rains. This very dry spell does not come without it’s advantages of course. If relaxing on a beach and soaking up the African sun is right down your alley, then you are in luck as Lake Malawi is at it’s lowest point in about 13 years, which means the receding waterline has made extra room for sun-babies to enjoy.


Experience some of the best freshwater diving and snorkeling in the world.

Malawi Paradise flycatcher

If bird-spotting is your thing, then we will point you in the right direction as feathered summer visitors are starting to make their appearances one after another – Paradise flycather, Weaver to name but a couple!

Paradise flycatcher

For a few months, rumors about the presence of lion cubs in the Majete Wildlife Reserve have been circulating and although they had been spotted, there was no photographic evidence. Recently a guide from Mkulumadzi Lodge managed to photograph the cubs, (yes there are in fact TWO cubs). This is fantastic news for the reserve – which has only in recent years become a big five destination – and fantastic news for Malawi! So, will you make Malawi your next port of call?

New arrivals in Majete Wildlife Reserve

New arrivals in Majete Wildlife Reserve