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Activities in Malawi / Things to do in Malawi

This comprehensive list is all you will need when looking for things to do in Malawi - activities are ordered by popularity based on ratings received by people who have done them..


1. Snorkel Lake Malawi And See The Colorful Mbuna
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Surrounded by endless palm fringed beaches, Lake Malawi is a gigantic reef tank where you can snorkel and scuba in the clear, warm water and see over 500 indigenous species of tropical fish, including Cichlids. For the fishing keeping enthusiast, ...more

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Lake Malawi is Africa's third largest lake, but the crystal clear water and great beaches make it feel more like an inland ocean. Lake Malawi offers a range of water sports along its whole length. Fishing is especially attractive on the southern ...more

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Lake Malawi brings to mind a rich abundance of culture and nature merging as a single entity, and reality does not disappoint. The scintillating view that greets every corner of the lake is only complemented by the over-hanging palm trees and wild...more

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The Shire River is of great economic importance to Malawi as it generates more than 98% of Malawi's electricity, provides freshwater for irrigation in Malawi's plantations and supports fisheries. It is the only river that flows out from Malawi and...more

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David Livingstone called it Nyassa and it is known as the “Lake of the Stars” to tourists and locals. Lake Malawi drains an area of more than 126,500 km2, which is a little larger than Malawi. Livingstone referred to the "blue waters" but at times...more

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Liwonde National Park is the best known of the nine national parks and wildlife reserves in Malawi. There is ample game along the Shire River and there are safaris on offer by boat, 4x4 or on foot. Watching game while riding, driving or walking is...more

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The Nyika, as it is locally known, is an area of breathtaking landscapes with lower slopes covered in woodland, a high plateau of rolling grasslands and forested hills. The Plateau lies in northern parts of Malawi, with a small portion in the Nort...more

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Mount Mulanje, which should actually be referred to as the Mulanje Massif, is located in southern Malawi near the city of Blantyre. By massif, we refer to a block of the earth’s crust bounded by faults and shifted to form peaks of a mountain range...more

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The Zomba Plateau is arguably Zomba's most famous feature. It is a spectacular table-top mountain overshadowing Zomba Town, 2,500ft below, at the bottom of a steep face. There are actually two plateaux here, Zomba and Malosa, which are split by th...more

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The Nyika Plateau is a haven for the sporty and nature loving individual. Cycling is increasingly becoming a tourist favourite with a region within the Nyika building a reputation for being a mountain bike paradise. The Viphya Plateau, with hundre...more

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Malawi is a country rich in the different cultures of its diverse population. It is of paramount importance that each visitor to the region exposes him/herself to different aspects of the cultures on show within the country’s borders. One of the...more

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The KuNgoni Centre of Culture and Art was established in November 1976, and construction of the Chamare Museum began in 1991. It opened to the public in 1999. The Chamare Museum is a highly acclaimed centre which displays and interprets the histor...more

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In Lake Malawi National Park, the vervets are scientifically called cercopithèque vervet or by the species name Chlorocebus aethiops pygerythrus, but this name seems too adult for these playful monkeys. Vervet monkeys can be identified by facial f...more

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A Big 5 Safari through one of the nine national parks in Malawi is an expedition to remember. In the north are the unique Nyika Plateau and the Vwasa Reserve with one a highland and the other a lowland marsh area. The central region of Malawi has ...more

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The Mulanje Massif, also known as Mount Mulanje, is a large monadnock in southern Malawi near Blantyre. A monadnock is an isolated hill, ridge, or small mountain that rises abruptly from a virtually level surrounding plain of the tea-growing Thyol...more

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Before I get into the potting holidays available at Nhotaka, I’d like you to give you a brief summary on how this whole pottery story begun. The story, as they say, begun in a region in Malawi called Dedza. Dedza is the highest town in Malawi and...more

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I must stress that sea kayaking is suitable for any active person in good health that has some previous kayaking experience. The kayaking trips on offer are boat-supported trips along the eastern shores of Lake Malawi, the southernmost of the grea...more

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There are many scenic walks and safaris to choose from in Malawi's 70 forest reserves and the low budget accommodation in Forestry Resthouses makes the opportunity to see mammals, birds and ongoing evergreen forest more popular among nature lovers...more

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Preserving the natural beauty of Malawi is a priority in the Lower Shire Valley that houses three national parks and wildlife reserves. A heritage centre has been built at the gate of the park and Tisenge! is the name of the project which means “L...more

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