Malawi Travel Guide
This landlocked country lies in south-eastern Africa it is bordered in the north by Tanzania to the east and south Mozambique, and to the west Zambia. A large part of its east border looks out over Lake Malawi, the third-largest lake in Africa. Often described as the ‘Warm Heart of Africa’, due to the legendary Malawian friendliness.
, Much of Malawi is plateau, with the Rift Valley running north-south through the country. To the south of Lake Malawi lie the Shire Highlands.
Whether for diving, kayaking, snorkeling, or chilling out on beaches and desert islands, a visit to the Lake Malawi is a must. After the lion-reintroduction program at Majete Wildlife Reserve, the country is becoming a poplar safari destination.