SAFARIS BY COUNTRIES:
  South Africa
  Namibia
  Botswana
  Zimbabwe
  Zambia
  Malawi
  Mozambique
  Kenya
  Tanzania
   
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MALAWI INFORMATION
 
Malawi’s big draw is the lake: a magnificent shard of crystal water stretching some 500km along Malawi’s eastern border, separating it from the wild and mountainous coast of Mozambique and Tanzania. Isolated villages pepper the northern lakeshore and the beautiful Liwonde National Park rests at its southern tip. Around 500 species of fish inhabit the lake and the freshwater diving and snorkelling here are excellent. Malawi’s not just for water babies and sun worshippers though; there’s plenty here to keep you active and Malawi’s landscape is surprisingly diverse. Head for the misty heights of Mount Mulanje or to the Nyika National Park, where you'll find sheer escarpments, dramatic peaks, endless rolling grassland and some of the most enjoyable hiking routes in the whole of Africa.
 
Climate & when to go

The best time to visit Malawi is during the dry season from May to mid-November. From May to July the landscape is attractive and vegetation green and lush, and temperatures cooler. The months of October and November, at the end of the dry season, are the best time for wildlife viewing; however, the temperatures can be uncomfortably hot.

 
MALAWI SAFARIS:

11 day Malawi Route Safari

 

MALAWI PARKS AND GAME RESERVES:

Majete Wildlife Reserve

Majete Wildlife Reserve - Activities - DOWNLOAD INFORMATION
 
 
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