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Malawi


Malawi is a country in Central Africa bordered to the east by Lake Malawi, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The lake offers a sumptuous landscape for its fauna, flora, and beaches. Further south, in Cape Maclear, is a sandy beach and a fishing village. Lilongwe, the capital located in the southwest, is a true sanctuary

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Things to do and see - Malawi

Learn about the conservation and protection of Malawi's wildlife
Lilongwe Wildlife Centre
 
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Unwind at a freshwater lake surrounded by gorgeous beaches
Lake Malawi
 
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Visit a lakeside town and enjoy its relaxed atmosphere
Cape Maclear
 
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Observe elephants, hippos, and endangered black rhinos
Liwonde National Park
 
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Enjoy the laid-back atmosphere of a lakeside destination
Nkhata Bay
 
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Take easy hiking trails along the valleys and past waterfalls
Mulanje Mountain
 
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Sample Malawi nightlife and explore wildlife and nature reserves
Lilongwe
 
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Marvel at the colonial infrastructure and enjoy its beautiful beaches
Likoma Island
 
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Explore one of Malawi's last remaining indigenous rainforests
Ntchisi Forest Reserve
 
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Witness one of Africa's most significant collections of ancient rock art
Chongoni Rock Art Area
 
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Events - Malawi

July
Independence Day
Independence Day, also known as Republic Day, in Malawi is celebrated on July 6th each year. It commemorates the country's independence from British colonial rule, which was achieved in 1964. The day is marked with various cultural events, parades, flag hoisting ceremonies, and speeches by government officials, reflecting the pride and unity of the Malawian people.
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