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Blantyre Blantyre is the business centre of the country and the biggest city of Malawi. It is only rivaled by Lilongwe in importance. It is located in the south of the country. The city is surrounded by hills and beautiful mountains. The hills which surround the city are the first layer of an echo of hills which stretch to the Kirk Range, the Zomba plateau Plateau and Mount Rushmore. Blantyre's hills all have something special to offer. For Malawian standards the city of Blantyre has much to offer. There are some interesting sights to visit, for example Blantyre Mission, the church of St Michaels and All Angels, the Mandala House, and the March 3 House of former president Dr Banda. There are a few good restaurants to check out...

Lake Malawi National Park

Lake Malawi National Park Lake Malawi forms most of the eastern border of Malawi. The lake is a great region of travelers. The towns on the shores of the lake may lack some tourist infrastructure but there is plenty to do. It just takes a canoe. Lake Malawi contains the largest number of fish species of any lake in the world, probably over 500 from ten families with perhaps half occurring in the park area. In the north Koronga is the main town on the lake shore and is the entry and exit point for those travelling to and from Tanzania and Northern Zambia. The lakeshore stretch from Karonga, travelling south to Chiweta has probably the most dramatic scenery of all the lake with immense mountains rising to each side. The main tourist attracti...

Liwonde National Park

Liwonde National Park Liwonde National Park situated on the banks of the Shire River offers fine wildlife viewing in a lovely tropical setting. Its proximity to Lake Malawi makes it Malawi's favorite national park. Mvuu is the only lodge/camp in the Liwonde Nation Park and is therefore able to offer exclusive boat trips and game drives both during the day and at night. Boat trips in stable handmade wooden boats are the highlight and offer the best opportunity for viewing the Park's large herds of Elephant. Night boat trips are a specialty, where with the help of spotlights, guests are able to encounter the huge Crocodiles of the Shire River up close, as well as look for two of the Park's 'special' birds, the Whitebacked Night Heron and...

The Nyika National Park

The Nyika National Park The Nyika National Park was the first officially certified national park in the country. It was founded in 1062. It stretches over the majority of the Nyika Plateau area in the Northern Region and covers an area of over 3,000 sq. km. The Nyika and Tumbuka people are known to have inhabited the park since time immemmorial and were only relocated to pave way for the creation of the park in the early twentieth century. Artefacts and iron smelters still found on the plateau are evidence of this lengthy human habitation. The Nyika is mainly covered with treeless grasslands, endless rolling hills and small parts of evergreen forest in the ravines and valleys. You can also find some waterfalls on rivers flowing off the high ...




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