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Sign up to our newsletter Backpackers gather in their hundreds at lakeshore villages such as Cape Maclear and Nkhata Bay, while a host of more exclusive retreats cater to higher paying tourists.

Few countries are so dominated by a single geographical feature. Published inhis Bradt guide to South Africa was the first such guidebook to be published internationally after the release of Nelson Mandela. But there is more to Malawi than a lake, including accessible national parks teeming with wildlife, ancient rock art sites, forests malaawi with tropical birds, and hiker-friendly mountains such as Nyika and Mulanje.

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Gratitude to Grahame and Angela Smith for being bold enough to move our family to Zomba in What an adventure. This edition is dedicated to John McCracken, who loved Malawi. Kumbali Base Camp page 96 Based just outside Lilongwe, this camp aims to immerse volunteers in Malawian life with language and culture classes; their projects range from teaching assistance to reforestation to the protection of bats and carnivores such as wild dogs. Kuti Wildlife Reserve page Hands-on experience of community and conservation projects: accommodation is in solar-power chalets and food is included. Lilongwe Wildlife Trust page w lilongwewildlife. Join this fine organisation for 2- to week placements, helping to rehabilitate injured animals at their centre.


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Maulrajas Angela Yu rated it really liked it Dec 20, Well, certainly, this compact, cheap and hassle-free country would provide a great introduction to Africa, offering a rich variety of attractions suitable to families, honeymooners, wildlife lovers and hard-core backpackers alike. An excellent travel guide for Malawi. Some of our favourite alternative marathons from around the world. Lists with This Book.


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Many lodges along the lakeshore offer village walks and volunteering opportunities within their local communities. Both lodges sustainably support local community initiatives and welcome volunteers who can help out for a day or longer. If you have your own vehicle it is well worth visiting Ntchisi Forest Lodge which works hand in hand with rural villages offering guests Malawian Cookery Lessons, After School Sports and Arts and Crafts activities. As well as their work with local communities they also help to protect the adjacent rainforest which is a beautiful area to spend a few days hiking. To truly immerse yourself in Malawian culture a stay at Njobvu Village is an ideal stop before a safari at Liwonde National Park. The Village has been set up by community members and offers guests traditional food and accommodation in village style huts.

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