Located in the heart of eastern southern Africa and defined by the Great Rift Valley. Lake Malawi, Africa’s third largest lake, slinks the length of the country and offers diving, snorkelling, kayaking and general beachside bliss. The game parks have been extensively restocked after suffering for years at the hands of poachers and make for a wonderful safari with great wildlife sightings in the likes of Liwonde and Majete game parks and excellent birding opportunities. Malawi offers a true African experience at a relatively low cost and a legendary welcome is always received when visiting this colourful country. From the warm-hearted people, wildlife, the lake and landscapes, Malawi is ideal for a beach and safari combo.
The dry season is from May to October. Within this, May to August is a cooler time of year with bright sunshine and fresh evenings. The heaviest rains are often in December, January and February. Because of Malawi’s varied landscape, regional variations in weather are significant.
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