MALAWI: Tailor-made holidays
Malawi stretches itself along the west and south of the 580-km-long Malawi lake which draws most of its water from the forested mountain valleys in the north. The terrain flattens out at the centre, providing the country with its main agricultural area. The south is mostly is low-lying, except for the few isolated massifs the highest of which - Mulanje Massif – is 3,000m in the southeast. The variety of landscapes; forested valleys, rolling plateaus, wide open lake provides a unique scenery in this unspoiled country with nine national parks filled with rare wildlife particularly attractive to travellers seeking a quite but activity-oriented holiday.
- Enjoy water activities and see marine life in the sprawling Lake Malawi
- Walk the rolling grasslands and enjoy the glorious flora of the Nyika Plateau
- Marvel at the giant cliffs of Shire River & otherworldliness of the Great Rift Valley
- Explore Liwonde National Park, known for its exceptional wildlife, incl Black Rhino
- Hike the Mt Mulanje or go horse riding, mountain biking in Zomba Plateau.