Lilongwe - Post Report Question and Answers

What have been the highlights of your time in this country? Best trips or experiences?

Tes estate, going to the lake and hiking Nkhoma mountain. Zomba. Club Makokola. Friendships formed with locals. - Jul 2020

Visiting the tea plantations of Thyolo, spending time at Lake Malawi, particularly at the Sunbird Livingstonia (the oldest hotel on the lake) or Pumulani (a stunning small lodge within the UNESCO World Heritage Lake Malawi National Park), staying at Majete National Park in the south. - Feb 2020

Malawi is a beautiful country filled with a warm and hospitable people. Go to the mountains at least once. Go to the lake at least once. Do at least one safari if you can afford it. - Sep 2018

Inexpensive safaris. Great friendships. Enjoying the amazing weather year round. The kind Malawian people. - Jul 2017

So many - the lake, Liwonde National Park, Satemwa Tea Estates, Mt. Mulanje, Zomba Mountain, Nyika Plateau, Luwawa forest lodge, Ntchisi forest lodge, Lilongwe Golf club, Lake of Stars Music Festival, side trip to South Luwanga National Park in Zambia, Kuti Game reserve, Nkohma mountain. - Oct 2016

We loved some of the secluded beaches up North along the Lake and the proximity to amazing safari experiences. We found the Lilongwe community to be a real highlight with friendly, unpretentious people doing interesting things. - Aug 2015

Laying on the shore of Lake Malawi feeling like I am back home on the beach in California. Getting to know Lilongwe's growing communities of artists, expats, and Rotarians. It has been a real pleasure. Traveling to South Luangwa--as many times as possible! - Sep 2013

We have loved snorkeling and kayaking in Lake Malawi, going on game drives in Liwonde and South Luangwa (in Zambia), staying at the cottage in Zomba, and enjoying our big house with a big yard, and the friends we've made. - Sep 2012

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