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Between lush vegetation and towering mountains the breathtaking scenic Lake Malawi National Park beckons with enticing adventures and peaceful relaxing surroundings. Situated on the southern end of the azure waters of Lake Malawi in Malawi, the park is foremost a marine preserve and is also a World Heritage Site.
Home to abounding colourful fish species, Lake Malawi National Park was established for the protection of the cichlid fish and their habitat and as such is a Garden of Eden for enthusiasts to view the diverse number of species. Within the park’s borders are splendid lodges and exclusive islands offering accommodation within an awe-inspiring natural beautiful setting. Shopping facilities, camping sites and a variety of hotels are located in quaint fishing towns dotted along the shores of the lake.
Lake Malawi National Park’s crystal clear waters are an inviting environment for recreational activities. Partake in snorkelling, scuba diving, fishing, kayaking, or hire a boat to explore the numerous granite islands. Take long leisurely strolls along the unspoiled beaches, swim in the warm ocean water, or just chill and contemplate the stunning scenery and spectacular Malawi sunsets. The luxuriant vegetation is home to a range of wildlife and mammal species which includes baboons, antelope, bushbuck, crocodile and hippos. Birders will be in paradise viewing the fish eagles, white breasted cuckoo-shrike as well as crowned and black eagles. The pace at Lake Malawi National Park is unhurried and unpretentious; the dramatic scenery is dazzling and impressive, truly a picturesque environment wrapped in Mother Nature’s astounding beauty.