Tourism in Malawi

Malawi has nine national parks and wildlife reserves, as well as many attractive and accessible forest reserves. The parks and reserves are uncrowded and give visitors an excellent experience of unspoilt wilderness. One of Malawi’s most famous natural attractions is Lake Malawi, which stretches from the northern tip of the country to Mangochi in the south, a distance of approximately 560km. The lake is home to some of the world’s rarest species of tropical fish, as well as many varieties of eagle and kingfisher. Here, too, visitors can partake in a range of sports and activities, including swimming, waterskiing, sailing, snorkelling and scuba-diving. Trekking, walking and horseback riding are popular in the Nyika Plateau.

Tourism organisations in Malawi
Air Tour & Travel
CBR Tours & Travel
Department of Forestry
Department of National Parks & Wildlife
Department of Tourism
Flywell Travel & Tours
Galaxy Travels Ltd
Interocean Travel Ltd
Lake Malawi National Park
Lloyds Travel Centre
Malawi Institute of Tourism
Malawi Lake Services
Malawi Tourism Association
Ministry of Information & Tourism
Ministry of Tourism, Wildlife & Culture
National Fauna Preservation Society
National Parks & Wildlife
Rainbow Travel
Rennies Travel
Saacc Skylines Travel Bureau
Sky Direct Ltd
Soche Tours & Travel
Tour Operators Association of Malawi
Tourist Information Office, Blantyre
Tourist Information Office, Lilongwe
Tourist Information Office, Mzuzu
Tourist Information Office, Zomba
Travel Agents Association of Malawi
Ulendo Safaris
Wildlife & Management Officer
World Travel Bureau