A small, but warm and welcoming nation, Malawi is known as the “Warm Heart of Africa” and is perhaps most famous for its picturesque lake.
Look beyond the sandy beaches, myriad cichlids and luxury lodges and you’ll find lush tea plantations, high-altitude plateaus and game-rich wildlife reserves. While Malawi might be behind other Southern African nations in terms of its safari infrastructure, the accommodations are quickly catching up with the other mainstream safari destinations and accolades include Conde Nast Travellers’ Gold List and World Luxury Hotel awards.
Malawi isn’t just about wildlife and culture, though, active adventurers will relish the hiking trails reminiscent of the Scottish Highlands in the Nyika Plateau, kayak to the island camps on Lake Malawi or rock climb on the Mulanje Massif. There’s a lot to see and do in Malawi and the guidance of a Travel Guru will fine-tune your experience to include Malawi’s true highlights and warm heart.