HOLIDAY IN MALAWI > AFRICA
Regions in Malawi : Northern & Central Region, Southern & Central Region
Malawi : Blantyre, Chikwawa, Chiradzulu, Chitipa, Dedza, Dowa, Karonga, Kasungu, Lilongwe, Machinga (Kasupe), Mangochi, Mchinji, Mulanje, Mwanza, Mzimba, Ntcheu, Nkhata Bay, Nkhotakota, Nsanje,
Ntchisi, Rumphi, Salima, Thyolo and Zomba.
Cities in Malawi : Chintheche, Lilongwe, Liwonde, Matete village
Capital City Malawi : Lilongwe.
hostels, hotels, tour operators - malawai tours, travel guides, travel to malawi
Hotels in Malawi / Hostels
Centrally located hotels ranging from small family run budget accommodation to world-class five star hotels.
Cape Maclear National Park
Travel Agents / Tour Operators
Holidays from dozens of leading specialist tour companies and accommodations who are passionate about conserving Africa's wildlife and benefiting its people.
* Vic Falls to Zanzibar overland (Malawi, Tanzania, Zambia)
Highlights: Getting wet at Victoria Falls, getting active at Lake Malawi, inhaling spice plantation aromas,
snorkelling and diving in crystal clear waters.
* More combined Tours
Mighty Fine - Adventure holidays in Malawi
Zambezi Safari and Travel Co. Ltd - an adventurer's guide
Jambo Africa Tours
• Tailor-made Tours • Hotel & Lodge Bookings • Sailing Safaris • River Cruises • Day Excursions • Organising Special Events • Transfers & Car Hire • Specific Interests
Kiboko camp is situated in the Capital of Malawi and offers A-frames, chalets, double rooms, dorm rooms and
spacious grass areas for campers together with a restaurant, bar and an information centre with Internet
facilities. Kiboko also runs a permanent tented safari camp built on wooden platforms overlooking the Luangwa River in Zambia's famous South Luangwa National Park.
Land and Lake Safaris
Tour operator offering a comprehensive selection of tours, safaris and travel arrangements throughout Malawi.
Lake Malawi - Red Zebra Tours - Kambiri Point Tropical Fish Facility
Red Zebra Tours office is at Kambiri Point right on the lakeshore in Senga Bay, Salima district - 20 kilometers
from Salima town and 120 kilometers from Lilongwe city center. The main focus is on Lake Malawi safaris
with tour participants usually observing the fascinating underwater habitat that is the home of the world
renowned Lake Malawi cichlids. And the natural harbour at Kambiri Point facilitates a direct crossing in our
comfortable diesel vessels to Cape Maclear National Park, a journey of a little over three hours.
Potting Holidays at Nkhotakota Pottery
Nkhotakota Pottery, set on the shore of Lake Malawi, opened in 1998. The site, with a long unspoilt sandy
beach, was chosen specifically to be an attractive place to welcome visitors. The 2 & 3 week residential
courses are designed for beginners and experienced potters and give guests a chance to enjoy potting in a
fully equipped workshop; relax in a beautiful setting; work with traditional African potters and experience something of the real Malawi.
Malawi Tourism Association
Tour & Safari Operators | Accommodation | Surface & Air Transport | Catering | Tourism Associated Organisations | Membership & Subscriptions
Travel Guides Malawi / Books / Magazines
Malawi (Bradt Travel Guide) - Philip Briggs (Author)
There's more to Malawi than its lake. This fifth edition of the Bradt guide explores the country's rolling plateaux and massifs and its five national parks
and four game reserves. Adventurers, meanwhile, can discover how to kayak off Cape Maclear, hike up Mount Mulanje or cross the wildlife-rich Nyika Plateau
on horseback. The book covers the country's dynamic music scene and uncovers little-visited gems such as Dedza and Elephant Marsh. And if visitors
must find a luxury lodge on Lake Malawi's palm-fringed shore on whose deck to sip their sundowners – well, this book tells them how to pull that off, too. An
invaluable guide for visitors to this most explorable, affordable and tranquil of African countries, whose low-key charm most visitors find thoroughly addictive
, Bradt's Malawi provides readers with advice on planning their itinerary, wildlife and bird species identification, conservation areas, national parks and a
detailed history of the country. Philip Briggs has written and co-authored ten Bradt travel guides and has contributed to numerous other books, travel and wildlife magazines.
Paperback: 352 pages; Publisher: Bradt Travel Guides; 5 edition (1 April 2010); ISBN-10: 184162313X; ISBN-13: 978-1841623139.
Malawi in Pictures - Sarah DeCapua (Author)
Library Binding: 80 pages; Publisher: Twenty-First Century Books (CT) (Feb 2009); ISBN-10: 0822585758; ISBN-13: 978-0822585756.
The Lower River - Paul Theroux
In this stunning novel Paul Theroux (Medord, Massachusetts, 1941) makes clear how complex the problem of development aid is.
The book is a sequel to his travel book "Dark Star Africa" from 2002.
Houghton Mifflin harcort; 336 p.; 2012
Danforth Yachting is an up-market, owner-run Yacht charter and luxury lodge, situated at Cape Maclear on the shores Lake Malawi.
A visit to Danforth Yachting gives you the best of both worlds: plenty of time to enjoy sailing on the lake, cruising, snorkelling, diving and water-sports,
with the comfort of a spacious guesthouse to return to.
How to travel to Malawi
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Airline Tickets / Bargain Flights
Flight tickets Malawi / Price comparison possible
Tourism Malawi - Official Site Malawi Government Ministry of Tourism Parks and Wildlifes
Malawi In Africa | Mini History | Gallery | Malawi In Brief | Parks/Reserves-North | Lakes, Islands & Rivers-North
| Cities/Towns-North | Parks/Reserves-South | Lakes, Islands & Rivers-South | Cities/Towns-South | Miscellaneous Tourist Places | Things to Do | Tourist Routes-North | Tourist Routes-South |
Lake Malawi By Ship | Transport | Accommodation | Travel Agents | Advice | Dictionary | Newsflash | Calendar of Events | Other Website
Lilongwe - Capital City Malawi
Central Region Malawi
Districts in Central Malawi : Dedza, Dowa, Kasungu, Lilongwe, Mchinji, Nkhotakota, Ntcheu, Ntchisi, and Salima.
Northern Region Malawi
Districts in Northern Malawi : Chitipa , Karonga, Likoma, Mzimba, Nkhata Bay, and Rumphi.
Southern Region Malawi
Districts in Southern Malawi : Balaka, Blantyre, Chikwawa, Chiradzulu, Machinga, Mangochi, Mulanje, Mwanza, Nsanje, Phalombe, Thyolo, and Zomba.
Blantyre - district in the Southern Region of Malawi with capital Blantyre
Blantyre was named after the village of Dr David Livinstone in Scotland, one of the first missionary explorers who came to Nyasaland, as Malawi was originally called prior to independence.
Malawi is a tropical country located in the southern hemisphere with seasons reversed to that of many
visitors. Salima is however some 14 degrees south of the equator (some 1500 kilometres) and June and July can be cool - even on the lakeshore.
Zomba - district in the Southern Region of Malawi
Blantyre City - largest city in Malawi, capital of the Southern Region and the Blantyre District
Considered the main commercial and industrial centre of Malawi.
Dedza is the highest town in Malawi and Dedza mountain, reaching up to nearly 7,000 feet, forms the
backdrop to Dedza Pottery. The slopes of the mountain are covered with a well managed pine forest that supplies timber and firewood to a wide region.
List of Cities in Malawi
Lake Malawi Marathon
The world's longest International Fresh Water Yachting Marathon, which takes occurs annually in July. Organised by Jambo Africa.
News from Malawi - The Daily Times - Malawi's Premier Daily
Radio in Malawi - Malawi Broadcasting Corporation is a state-run radio company
Cuisine - Malawi Foods / Recipes
Malawi cuisine has remained largely free of culinary influences of the outside world, until the late 19th, with
the exception of the use of cassava, Peanut, and chilli pepper plants which arrived along with the slave trade during the early 1500s.
History of Malawi
Independence: 6 July 1964 (from UK)
Throughout the 16th to the 19th century, the Africans told Arab and Portuguese traders of one of exceptional
beauty but, being off the trade routes, it was never "discovered"...
…until on New Year's Day, 1859, a Scottish explorer, David Livingstone, turned the bow of his boat, the Ma
-Roberts to the north. Steaming, out of the mighty Zambezi River, from what is now Mozambique and into the
Shire River, he thus changed the course of history for a small mysterious part of Africa once called... Maravi.
History of Malawi
Contens : Prehistory Malawi, The Maravi Empire, Trade and invasions [ The Portuguese, The Angoni, The
Ayao, The Arabs and their Swahili allies and European explorers, missionaries and traders ], British Central
Africa Protectorate, Nyasaland, The independence struggle, The Federation of Rhodesia and Nyasaland, Self
-governing status for Nyasaland, Malawian independence, One-party rule Malawi, Multi-party democracy, Malawi in the 21st century.
Music, Art & Culture, Events Malawi
Music of Malawi
A strong part of Malawi's culture are its dances.
Culture in Malawi
The country has a long tradition of weaving baskets and making wooden masks. The masks are used in
traditional ceremonies, but also sold to tourists.
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