Malawi

Overview

Enter Malawi, the ‘Warm Heart of Africa’. Settle into the warm company of some of the friendliest smiles you’ll ever see, and indulge in the diversity of Malawi’s stunning landscapes.

The country is truly stunning with the crystal clear waters of Lake Malawi, rolling hills, white sand beaches and friendly people. You can go on safari within the country or neighbouring Zambia, and then finish your holiday  with a few days on the lake. It’s perfect for relaxing, snorkelling with thousands of species of chichlids, fishing, walks, kayaking, water skiing, wake boarding, bird watching, village visits, or you can do nothing but sit back and look out onto the vast waters of the mighty Lake.

The nickname for Lake Malawi is ‘The Lake of Stars’, which was given by David Livingstone, after the lights from the lanterns of the fishermen in their dug out canoes that resemble stars in the sky from a distance. We love the romance of it all! Stretching to a magnificent length of about 600km and brimming with the kaleidoscopic beauty of Cichlids, a species of fish unique to these waters.

When you’re not exploring the fascinating formations of the lake, go on a safari in one of the country’s many National Parks, including the elephant-grazed bush of Liwonde National Park. Other than offering you amazing locations for game-viewing, Malawi also has plenty of Lakeland hideaways, perfect for that romantic getaway in the wild.

Whether you’re looking for a luxury safari-styled honeymoon, a wildlife adventure or some water and sun loving by the lake, give us a call for expert advice and a tailor-made Malawian itinerary.

Malawi Regions

Liwonde National Park

The treasure of charming and unassuming Malawi, Liwonde is a relatively small and easily navigable National Park, perfect for safari-goers who want to escape the crowds and get up close to a…

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Majete Wildlife Reserve

Malawi’s Majete Wildlife Reserve sits in the stunning lower Shire Valley, part of the epic Great Rift Valley. Majete is a wonderfully picturesque region of undulating granite hills, great …

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Lake Malawi

Malawi, otherwise known as the warm heart of Africa, is home to the third largest and second deepest lake in Africa, and the ninth largest in the world.

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Malawi Itineraries

Malawi Properties

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Kaya Mawa

Lake Malawi, Malawi

Kaya Mawa is an utterly romantic hideaway lodge on Likoma Island, Lake Malawi. There are eleven rooms, spread out around two beaches and a rocky knoll, all offering spectacular views…

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Mkulumadzi

Majete Wildlife Reserve, Malawi

Mkulumadzi lies on the banks of the Shire River overlooking tumbling rapids in a 7,000-hectare private concession in the Majete Wildlife Reserve. The reserve offers exceptional game viewing …

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