Malawi is perhaps not the best known African destination when we think of safaris, in fact, we hardly know anything about the wonderful corners that surround Lake Malawi or its impressive natural parks, still unexploited.
But a super curious fact about this small African country, located in the southeast of the continent and separated from Tanzania and Mozambique by Lake Malawi, is that it is one of the safest places in Africa, which makes the country the main attraction at the time to organize a family vacation to the warm heart of the African continent.
Its nickname, the warm heart of Africa, is its greatest flag. Offering each tourist who visits it, an immensity of treasures such as the hospitality of the locals, their smiles and their relationship of maximum respect with the natural elements in addition to each corner that makes up it.
Without a doubt, every step through this corner of Africa will give you the feeling that it was there that humanity sealed its fate.
Malawi offers a wide variety of opportunities to enjoy wildlife and the most beautiful landscapes, a visit being essential for:
Lake Malawi National Park
Lake Malawi is the third largest lake on the African continent and was the first freshwater lake to be listed as a World Heritage Site. A fifth of the country, to the north and south, is a beach with white sand beaches like the sea. There are many beaches where palm trees grow naturally, and you can enjoy the landscape that does not look like a lake. Many fish live there too, and snorkeling, kayaking, and water sports are popular.
Nika National Park
Nika National Park is the largest national park in Malawi with a vast area of 3,200 km². Located in the north of Malawi, it has a high altitude of 1,800 m on average. In addition to herbivores such as zebras, rare animals such as small dikers and solitary antelopes live in the park. You can also see African hippos and buffalo at Lake Kaurime in the park.
Kasung National Park
Located in western Malawi, it is the second largest national park in Malawi. It is also famous as a habitat for hippos. Additionally, many wild birds inhabit the park, making it a popular spot for bird watching.