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MALAWI HOT DESTINATION 2016
Industry: Destinations       

Discover 'the warm heart of Africa' in 2016!

(TRAVPR.COM) MALAWI - December 8th, 2015 -  

MALAWI & AFRICAN PARKS WORKING FOR THE HIGHEST QUALITY MALAWI TOURISM EXPERIENCE

Malawi’s wildlife is set to up its game next year as African Parks take over the management of two more of the country’s reserves, Liwonde National Park and Nkhotakota Wildlife Reserve.
Ten years ago they took over Malawi’s Majete Wildlife Reserve and took it from a neglected, rarely visited reserve of few animals to a thrilling Big 5 destination.
With this accolade under their belt, it won’t be long before the wildlife is thriving and Malawi will have 3 reserves offering some of the highest quality safari experiences in the region! See the decade of difference in action by visiting Malawi in 2016.

ISLAND IN THE SKY

On UNESCO’s nominated list, Mount Mulanje is one of Malawi’s remarkable natural resources. It’s imposing Sapitwa peak (meaning‘unreachable’ ) stands over 3000m above sea level. This attractive mountain is more than a rock, it has a rich forest reserve and exceptional biodiversity for its surface area.

There are almost 100 species that occur nowhere else in the world. It also has a deep cultural heritage with numerous accounts of spirits linked with mysterious disappearances. Compared to some of its more famous neighbours Mulanje offers some of the most stunning trekking anywhere in Africa.

THE ONLY PLACE FOR YOU TO SEE BLUE ZEBRAS

It’s true, Malawi really is home to Blue Zebras, not quite what you might expect. You might have to look a little closer for these zebras, as they tend to be quite small. Nor do they have legs but gills instead, as they’re stunning little fish that live within the sparkling waters of Lake Malawi.

The Blue Zebra originated in deep rocky waters of Lake Malawi in Africa and is one of the cichlid species. It is also known as the Mbuna Cichlid. The word “Mbuna” means “rock fish”, which refers to its habitat. Blue Zebras can be as small as 2.5cm, with larger species approaching nearly 15cm.

 LAKE OF STARS 2016

In its 12th Edition, Lake of Stars return to its origins after one year in Malawi's Capital city, Lilongwe. In 2016 the festival will come back to the magical Lake Malawi, the most beautiful landscape you're likely to see at a festival. Lake of Stars, combines an unique island vibe with string of great bands, artists and DJs to dance to all night long.

Lake of Stars will be held between 30th September – 2nd October 2016. Besides lots of music and dance, there is plenty more to discover: listen to some fine poetry reading, attend music industry workshops or watch some African produced short films.

FOR FURTHER INFORMATION PLEASE CONTACT:
Adele Cutler, Malawi Tourism PR

Tel: +44 (0)1664 823750   
adele@kamageo.co

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Name: Adele Cutler
Company: Malawi Tourism UK
Phone: +44 (0)1664 823750
Email: adele@kamageo.com
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