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Amazing experience, having a local guide and a seperate cook made a difference
Beth, 21 Nov, 2009 Don't go Chasing Waterfalls
Malawi’s got the world’s friendliest people (as voted by us), massive national parks, safaris, scenery and a culture so rich you can taste it (especially when you try the food). And are no crowds. Nil, zip, nada. Lake Malawi is the country’s biggest drawcard, probably because this freshwater marine park is chock full of tropical fish, cystal-clear water, and is lined with miles of white sands and the odd camp site.
Lilongwe makes for a relaxed capital that is worth exploring, and if you’re after some game viewing, then make a beeline for Malawi’s game-filled national parks, with Liwonde National Park reported to be the best. Which it probably is.
Spot lions stalking wildebeest through the Serengeti or climb the snow-capped summit of Mount Kilimanjaro in Tanzania; watch wildlife from a dugout canoe drifting through the Okavango Delta in Botswana; feel the power of the massive Victoria Falls; dive the coral coast and explore the colonial past of Zanzibar; stroll the sea lion-strewn Skeleton Coast and sandboard the great dunes of Namibia; snorkel and bask by the idyllic Lake Malawi; meet Masai warriors and spot big game on safari in Kenya, trek through lush forests and sit amongst wild gorillas in Uganda and Rwanda, and sip top-notch wine while watching world cup soccer in South Africa; from beautiful sunrise to epic sunset, Africa will captivate your senses and inspire your soul.View all Africa trips