Why Malawi is Africa’s best kept secret
1) IT IS OFF THE BEATEN TRACK
Located in central part of the southern Africa continent. You would fly via Johannesburg, South Africa into Blantyre, named after intrepid traveller David Livingstone birthplace, to begin a Traveljoy Safari. Malawi is home to some of the most beautiful scenery, friendliest locals and incredible African wildlife. Mountains, plateaus, rain forests, both lush and dry rivers full of hippos – a meeting place for wildlife, vast lake, tea
2) IT HAS THE WORLD’S FIRST FRESHWATER NATIONAL PARK & WORLD HERITAGE SITE
3) BEACHES, BUSH, TEA PLANTATIONS & SAFARI ALL IN ONE
Spot the big five in the regenerated Majete National Park, dive, snorkel or chill out on the quiet Lake Malawi beaches. Watch elephants frolic and hippos bath in the Shire River at Liwonde National Park. Explore tobacco and tea plantations on the structured hillsides. Huge variation on one holiday making it a super value packed destination.
4) POPULATED BUT SAFE AND UN-CROWDED
17 million friendly locals know about it… but not many tourists know about this largely rural hidden jewel. Go now and enjoy the peace before it becomes discovered.
5) NO TACKY SOUVENIRS
Hawking and tacky souvenirs are rarely seen,