Why go to Malawi
Malawi is the heart of Africa. The people are friendly and welcoming, the countryside is beautiful, the lake is phenomenal and this is the perfect place to relax and unwind. Unparalleled Diving, gorgeous beaches, a temperate climate make this a destination worth adding to your list of places to see.
Also great for birders especially in the months of October and November. Lake Malawi has the highest diversity of fresh water fish in the world. Malawi has over 400 species of orchids and wild flowers . Malawi has a cultural heritage largely untouched by civilisation.
Where to go in Malawi
The Lake is the 9th largest lake in the world and covers almost a 5th of Malawi itself. Almost 500 different species of fish have been identified that are endemic to Lake Malawi. The lake has a perfect temperature and it is known as one of the foremost freshwater diving destinations in the world.
Community Projects are all over Malawi and nearly all campsites or companies have a favorite that they will support.
When to go to Malawi
Malawi has two distinct seasons, with the summer rainy season being from November to April. The winter months are drier and down on shores of the Lake, the weather is still sunny and warm and perfect for those beach days. Months of January and February are the mid summer months when the rainy season is at its peak and the temperatures are very hot and humid. The cooler months are from May to September. The lush green summer months are from November to April also a great time to visit ! May and June are the cooler months however still green. Game viewing is best during the hottest time of the year and the dry season when the animals are forced to hang out at the waterholes …you will have a way better chance of spotting a wide variety of wildlife during the winter / dry months .
For updated weather forecasts across Africa, please visit www.africanweather.net .