Home to the sea of stars
Malawi is a small, land locked country between Tanzania, Zambia and Mozambique. Its defining feature is the spectacular Lake Malawi, Africa’s third largest lake, which runs almost the whole way down the east of the country. The fresh, clean waters of lake are fringed by wonderful, sandy beaches. Besides this amazing inland sea, Malawi also has evergreen forests, mountain peaks and riverine lowlands, grasslands, rolling pastures, sugar and tea plantations, lovely wild flowers and wonderful game. Parts of the country have been likened to the magnificent Highlands of Scotland. Indeed, it is thought of by many as the most beautiful country in Africa. But there is even more to Malawi than its scenery, flora and fauna. The Malawians are some of the friendliest, kindest and most welcoming people you will meet anywhere in the world.