Malawi, a small landlocked country nestled in Southeast Africa, is affectionately known as the ‘Warm Heart of Africa’ due to the kindness and generosity of its people. The local language, Chichewa, lends its name to the country, which translates to flames or fire, inspired by the breathtaking sunsets and sunrises that grace the skies over Lake Malawi.
This captivating nation boasts a remarkable natural beauty, adorned with lush green mountains, serene beaches, expansive plateaus, dense forests, meandering rivers, and picturesque tea plantations. However, it is Lake Malawi that takes the spotlight as the most renowned natural attraction. As the third-largest lake in Africa, it mesmerizes visitors with its crystal-clear waters and holds the distinction of hosting the highest number of fish species of any lake in the world.
In recent years, Malawi has regained its status as a premier safari destination, making it an opportune time to plan a trip to this remarkable country. Thanks to focused conservation efforts by organizations like African Parks, poaching has been significantly curbed, resulting in a thriving wildlife population. Notably, cheetahs and lions have been successfully reintroduced into Liwonde National Park, marking the return of these majestic cats to the area after a span of over 20 years. With an amalgamation of captivating safaris and exceptional beach lodges dotting the lakeshore, Malawi has emerged as a top-tier destination for discerning travellers.
Embrace the allure of Malawi as you immerse yourself in its natural wonders, encounter diverse wildlife, and indulge in the warm hospitality of its people. Whether you seek thrilling safari adventures or tranquil beach retreats, Malawi promises an unforgettable experience. Now is the perfect time to embark on a journey to this enchanting destination.
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When is the best time of the year to visit?

The best time of the year to visit Malawi is May through to October and this is because the country is coolest within the dry season. Whilst the table above suggests low average temperatures during these months, around Lake Malawi the average temperatures are more mid to late 20's. If hiking ion Malawi then it must be remembered that the higher altitudes will be much cooler, particularly in the evenings and overnight, so do remember to pack warm clothes. The green season of October to March in Malawi does offer some excellent rates, particularly for solo travellers, as single supplements are typically waived. However, roads can get extremely muddy and on game drives the vegetation will be thick and green, making animals more difficult (but not impossible) to see.