Malawi, also affectionately known as ‘the warm heart of Africa’, measures just 45,747 mi2 – and it is quite incredible how diverse the country is.
There is Lake Malawi of course, the third largest lake in Africa, and with that comes remote islands, picturesque shorelines, and stunning sunrises and sunsets.
Then there are the mountainous grasslands of Mulanje, and Nyika and Zomba plateaus, not to mention the game-rich national parks and wildlife reserves!
Arguably, Malawi’s greatest asset is her people – always ready for a laugh, a little chat, and an impromptu song and dance, this easy-going and warm nature of Malawians is what makes this country one of the safest and most enjoyable places to travel in Africa
The New York Times: A Taste for Pangolin Meat and the Fall of an African Wildlife Cartel (Oct 2021)
The Guardian: Return of the pack: African wild dogs’ epic journey to a new home in Malawi (Jul 2021)
African Parks: Donated books to support 42,000 children’s learning around Nkhotakota Wildlife Reserve, Malawi (Mar 2021)
African Parks: Good News on World Rhino Day as Rhino Population Grows in Malawi (Sep 2020)
African Parks: Newly Revamped Thawale Lodge to Open in Majete Wildlife Reserve, Malawi (Jun 2020)
Forbes: An Island Resort for Travelers, Not Tourists: Kaya Mawa Lodge, Malawi (Apr 2019)
Smithsonian Magazine: Lions Are Coming Back to Southern Malawi, Where They Haven’t Been Seen for Decades (Aug 2018)
CNN: Malawi is moving 500 elephants across the country (Jul 2016)