About Malawi

Malawi is a small, impoverished yet incredibly beautiful country with some of the most welcoming and friendly people in the world.
It is one of Africa’s best kept secrets; a country blessed with an enormous 365 mile long freshwater lake, fringed with beautiful beaches and traditional fishing villages.

Malawi is a small landlocked country in Central Africa, bordered by Mozambique, Tanzania, and Zambia. Formerly Nyasaland, Malawi was extensively explored by David Livingstone during his expeditions throughout Africa.

Malawi is located just one country inland of the Indian Ocean and is situated at the southern tip of the Great Rift Valley. Jutting out of the Rift Valley floor in the centre of the country are the great massifs of Zomba and Mulanje, two mountains that rise high above the clouds. Climbers have been scaling Mulanje’s heights for years, though locals refuse to make the ascent because they believe the peaks are haunted by the spirits of their ancestors.
Lilongwe is the capital and the busiest city of Malawi. It is an interesting fact that Lilongwe is a “young city” having most of the public of the age in between 30 to 35 years.

Lake Malawi enjoys beautiful aquatic location with widespread beaches that makes Malawi a great holiday’s destination while tour to Africa. That is the basis that hundreds of fun lovers book fondly Malawia flights each year. The country gives a range of luxurious huge hotels offering you many tourists’ facilities with spacious rooms opening to the terraces giving you the awesome sights of shiny beaches.

The atmosphere is very calm and tranquil. Sitting under the brightly colored chalets, having coconut and other tropical drinks, is just a perfect getaway. The tourism industry is also taking steps to enhance the tourism. Numerous travel agencies will soon also strive to offer cheap flights to Mangochi, after the Mangochi airport is built.