Called the “warm heart of Africa” because of its friendly locals and temperate climate, Malawi has plenty of offers that make it an attractive tourist destination.
Malawi may not attract the same huge number of tourists as its western neighbors, but that does not make this African country less attractive.
Called the “warm heart of Africa” because of its friendly locals and temperate climate, Malawi has plenty of offers that make it an attractive tourist destination. Here are some of them:
The flames of fire
Malawi means “flame of fire” in the local language – a term that partly refers to the captivating sunsets in the country.
Describing the sunset over Malawi is like asking you to describe humanity, because it comes in so many different forms. One day he may look sad and the next he may be happy. It can come quickly and the next one can be slow and long. All the while, however, the sunset over Malawi is very romantic.
Although landlocked in Malawi, the river of the same name occupies more than three-quarters of the country’s eastern border.
Located on an area of almost 30 thousand square kilometers. Lake Malawi is the third largest in Africa and the ninth largest in the world. It is home to over 1,000 species of fish, 99% of which are unique to the region and is included in the UNESCO World Heritage List. It is a popular destination for divers and divers.
Malawi has only recently entered the game with safari tourism (the Mahete Reserve became the first safari park in the country in 2012 after nine years of operation and $ 2.5 million invested in stockpiling the park with big game). Although it still takes a lot of work to reach the figure of nearby Zambia and Tanzania, this is an attempt at a slightly more relaxed safari.