Blantyre the commercial capital, and Zomba the old colonial capital, with historical monuments and a variety of attractions. South Malawi has more National Parks & Wildlife Reserves than any other region. These South Malawi has more National Parks & Wildlife Reserves than any other region. include; Majete Wildlife Reserve (now a Big 5 Reserve) Lengwe National Park Mwabvi Wildlife Reserve Mount Mulanje.
Central Region is where the capital(Lilongwe) is located, it is centrally located and a common point of entry, through air travel. Some of the attractions in the central region include; Dzalanyama Forest Reserve is well known for birdlife watching. Dedza has Dedza Mountain and Dedza Pottery as some of its attractions. Dedza porttery is where artists and craftsmen can be viewed producing a variety of items found all over Malawi.
Northern Malawi is the least populated with the regional capital Mzuzu, it has so much to offer the visitor. These include; Likoma Island has beautiful beaches and a missionary-built cathedral the size of Winchester’s. Karonga is an archaeological centre with the oldest human remains in the country and home to a museum that tells the history of the area back to pre-historic times. The skeletal remains of the Malawisaurus dinosaur were unearthed nearby.