Malawi is a small scenic country in southeastern Africa. The country is a long and thin being 520 miles long and approx 100 miles wide. The country takes its name from the Malawi, or Maravi Kingdom, which was established by local people during the 1500s. Once the British protectorate of Nyasaland, it became an independent country in 1964.
Lake Malawi is an irresistible attraction for travellers, with its beaches and resorts, equally popular, is Nkhata Bay to the north with its beaches and various water activities.
The country is also blessed with numerous game reserves and national parks, which have plenty of animals to view and a renowned variety of birdlife.