Are you a tourist or a Malawian needing a cool, comfortable, interesting and attractive place to visit in Malawi? Here are some of tourism hot spots you should visit.
Liwonde National Park
This is a national park in southern Malawi, just south of Lake Malawi, near the Mozambique border, sometimes referred to as Liwonde Wildlife Reserve. It was established in 1973. It is one of Malawi’s most popular parks. Its game viewing is naturally enhanced in the area due to its location on the Upper Shire river plain.
Situated in Malawi, the ‘Warm Heart of Africa’, Liwonde National Park has been the home of incredible wildlife translocations and reintroduction.
Tourism makes up approximately 97% of the total revenue generated by the park. The nearest township to the park is Liwonde, demonstrates the economic benefits the park has had within its surrounding area beyond its boundaries.
So why is Liwonde National Park interesting to Malawians and tourists? The wild animals, scenic beauty, peace, tranquillity. All Malawians should visit.
It is also known as Lake Nyasa and it is an African Great Lake. Lake Malawi is home to more species of fish than any other lake in the world. It is a beautiful and attractive place; clean fresh water, diverse and beautiful fish and the endless beauty.
Visitors enjoy themselves at Lake Malawi surrounded by unrivalled beauty, one of the largest lakes in Africa, fresh air and endless fun to be had; sailing, fishing, swimming, diving, boating or just relaxing!
Chilema trees are found in Malaosa, in the Zomba District of Malawi. It is a tree that amazes and draws people from around Malawi and around the world. It is a tree that provokes more questions than there are answers for. For instance, can it be natural? Is it a creature of God? Or is it man made? What really happened for it to look the way it does? Nobody is certain. Very few people visit Malawi without visiting the Chilema tree – it is what beautifies our mother Malawi.
Tourism in Malawi is great value for money, diverse, entertaining visit the Warm Heart of Africa. For more information visit Malawi Tourism, we look forward to welcoming you.
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