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Sunday, 20 August 2017

D Discover

National Parks

Malawi is Africa’s newest big 5 destination. Its nine national parks and Wildlife reserves offer a unique and intimate game viewing experience. Whether by 4by4, walking and trekking, or boat, Malawi offers undoubtedly memorable game viewing experiences.

Malawi boasts of having over 650 species of birds and 10% of which cannot be seen in other parts of southern Africa.

Nyika National Park

This is Malawi’s largest park at 3250 sq. kms, the longest established and one of the most unusual in Africa and at a magnificent 2500 metres above sea level is mainly high rolling grassland. Home to over 200 types of orchid flower, proteas, irises, aloes during the rainy season, over 400 species of birds recorded including the rare Denham bustard and other wildlife such as elephants, zebra, antelopes, the highest population of leopards in central Africa, and buffaloes. Activities include trekking, mountain biking, 4x4 excursions and bird watching.

Kasungu National Park

This is Malawi’s second largest park and the closest to the capital, Lilongwe. It is home to various species of rare painted hunting dogs, sable, impala, kudu, roan antelopes and birding. Elephants and Hippos can be easily spotted too. Liwonde National Park Malawi’s most popular national park. With Shire River, Lake Malawi’s only outlet running through the park, thus enhancing its beauty and tranquillity, is a great spot for boat safaris. Wildlife includes elephants, antelopes, black rhino, leopards, lion and impressive bird life with nearly 300 species.

Lake Malawi National Park

A UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1984, and the world first water marine park, boasts of its richness in biodiversity. The colourful tropical fish, cichlids are concentrated around this park making it a perfect site for kayaking, scuba diving, snorkelling and sailing. The islands of Mumbo, Domwe and Maleri make this park’s experience magical and memorable. Lengwe National Park This birdwatchers paradise is about 50kms from Blantyre, Malawi’s commercial city. It has over 300 species of bird life. Guests can also spot other wildlife such as warthogs, buffaloes, baboons, bushbuck and impala.

Liwonde National Park

Malawi’s most popular national park. With Shire River, Lake Malawi’s only outlet running through the park, thus enhancing its beauty and tranquillity, is a great spot for boat safaris. Wildlife includes elephants, antelopes, black rhino, leopards, lion and impressive bird life with nearly 300 species. 

Lengwe National Park

This birdwatchers paradise is about 50kms from Blantyre, Malawi’s commercial city. It has over 300 species of bird life. Guests can also spot other wildlife such as warthogs, buffaloes, baboons, bushbuck and impala.