Known as the “Warm Heart of Africa””, Malawi is renowned for its friendly people, national parks and wildlife reserves; and the beaches and tropical fish life of Lake Malawi...Read more...
. The lake is home to the most variety of fish species in a freshwater lake on earth. The countries layout is dominated by the lake, as well as the Great Rift Valley that runs through Malawi from north to south, creating lush valleys, tranquil mountains and grassy plateaus.
It is said that Malawi’s greatest asset are her people, a people who despite being one of the poorest in Africa are amongst the warmest and friendliest on earth.
Malawi has remained peaceful for over a century, unaffected by war and internal conflict that has torn many other African countries apart, and although poor and heavily populated, the country offers visitors a wealth of scenic highlights, culture and activities. Malawi is notorious for being a destination for those seeking adventure, leisure or eco-tourism attractions.
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