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LAKE MALAWI

LAKE MALAWI

Malawi

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THIS AFRICAN COUNTRY MAY BE LANDLOCKED, BUT MALAWI CERTAINLY DOES NOT NEED A SEA. LAKE MALAWI IS AN ENORMOUS, TRUE NATURAL WONDER AND REASON ENOUGH TO VISIT THE COUNTRY. THE PROTECTED PARK NAMED AFTER THIS WATERWAY IS A WORLD HERITAGE SITE AND THE PLANET’S FIRST FRESHWATER NATIONAL PARK.

Golden, sandy shores are empty and stretch on, promising peaceful and relaxing beach days alongside warm, crystal-clear waters that gently grace the beaches. Water skiing, sailing, kayaking, snorkelling and scuba diving are all options for those in search of something a little more exciting. Mbuna is one of the thousands of freshwater fish species, some of which feed directly from the hand. The land creatures, however, which include numerous predatory birds, hyrax, antelope and baboons, should not be fed. The fishing industry plays a vital role within the local economy with regards to nutrition, income and employment. Traditional methods can still be observed when visiting some of the fishing villages dotted along the shore.

THIS AFRICAN COUNTRY MAY BE LANDLOCKED, BUT MALAWI CERTAINLY DOES NOT NEED A SEA. LAKE MALAWI IS AN ENORMOUS, TRUE NATURAL WONDER AND REASON ENOUGH TO VISIT THE COUNTRY. THE PROTECTED PARK NAMED AFTER THIS WATERWAY IS A WORLD HERITAGE SITE AND THE PLANET’S FIRST FRESHWATER NATIONAL PARK.

Golden, sandy shores are empty and stretch on, promising peaceful and relaxing beach days alongside warm, crystal-clear waters that gently grace the beaches. Water skiing, sailing, kayaking, snorkelling and scuba diving are all options for those in search of something a little more exciting. Mbuna is one of the thousands of freshwater fish species, some of which feed directly from the hand. The land creatures, however, which include numerous predatory birds, hyrax, antelope and baboons, should not be fed. The fishing industry plays a vital role within the local economy with regards to nutrition, income and employment. Traditional methods can still be observed when visiting some of the fishing villages dotted along the shore.

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