Commonly known as ‘The Warm Heart of Africa’, the small country of Malawi will have you speechless. Longing for cocktails on the beach under exotic trees whilst absorbing African rays of sunshine? Or rather hiking through magical landscapes and plateaus. Perhaps a unique safari through green productive lands? This densely populated country is one of the less frequent places tourists choose to travel to, yet all the more reason to visit it.

The countless animals and birds that thrive within the borders of this country will provide you with an unforgettable experience. This diverse country offers you landscapes like found nowhere else and is the perfect place to spend a vacation.



Surely the jewel in Malawi’s crown and one of Africa’s best hidden secrets! This lake offers the perfect relaxation after a safari or other activity. It is home to a variety of brightly coloured, beautiful fish species like the unique chambo, as well a variety of bird species of which the endemic Thyolo Alethe is the most iconic. Whilst in the area, feel free to explore various islands such as Mumbo, Likoma and Bird Island to your hearts content, without the crowds of mass tourism dampening your visit.


Housing Malawi’s largest national park in the north, this superbly imposing mountain range offers magnificent views of high-altitude grasslands and mountain outcrops, with herds of antelope species and birds thriving in between. This park also boasts with one of the highest densities of leopards in southern Africa.


Treat your sense of taste & smell, broaden your knowledge, and find out how your favourite teas and coffees are produced. A few tea plantations produce a variety of white, green, black, oolong and other speciality teas, while a large number of smallholder coffee farmers produce a variety of Africa’s best tasting coffees.


The oldest and largest wildlife reserve and a wonderful example of pristine, rugged, untouched wilderness. This developing park has undergone a rapid transformation, with the new infrastructure ensuring easy accessibility and the competent management ensuring protection of the spectacular scenery, with wildlife numbers increasing rapidly

Situated high above Lake Malawi, this station is not only famous for its spectacular and beautiful view across the lake and all the way to Tanzania, but also for its richness in history.

Also known as the ‘island in the sky’, this impressive mountain rises steeply and from the surrounding, undulating plains to the highlands. An incredible landmark that will always leave visitors in awe.  Camping facilities, in the form of mountain huts, are ready to welcome the intrepid hiker.


  • Starting with Lake Malawi, whether you feel like exploring the crystal-clear lake by boat or canoe, snorkelling to view the bright kaleidoscope of fish,
  • Relaxing on the white beaches or roaming the endless lakeshore, it offers peace and relaxation for everyone.
  • Hike Mount Mulanje, visit the beautiful sprawling tea estates
  • Treat yourself to a taste and head for the plateaus of Zomba and Nyika for a spell of trekking,
  • Mountain biking or game viewing.
  • Partake in local cuisines
  • Experience Malawi’s rich musical culture for a spot of dancing and singing with the people.