Sustainable And Eco-Hotels In Malawi

The 8 Most Ethical And Sustainable Hotels In Malawi according to ETIC Hotels

Protea by Marriott Hotel Blantyre Ryalls

Outdoor swimming pool,Free WiFi,Airport shuttle,Facilities for disabled guests,Free parking,Room service,Fitness centre,Restaurant,Bar,Very good breakfast
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ETIC Silver rating

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  • Official Name:Republic of Malawi

  • Capital:Lilongwe

  • Population:19,129,952

  • Area:118,484 km²

  • Major Languages:English, Chichewa

  • Major Religions:Christianity

  • Life expectancy:64.26 years

  • Currency:Malawian Kwacha

10 Things To Do In Malawi

  • 1. Liwonde National Park

    Experience wildlife encounters, including elephants, hippos, and crocodiles.

  • 2. Lake Malawi

    Relax on the shores, go snorkeling, and explore the diverse marine life.

  • 3. Mount Mulanje

    Trek through stunning landscapes and reach the highest peak in Malawi.

  • 4. Explore the Nyika National Park

    Discover the montane grasslands and unique wildlife, such as zebras and antelope.

  • 5. Visit the city of Blantyre

    Explore the vibrant commercial capital and its cultural attractions.

  • 6. Experience Lake Malawi National Park

    Take a boat trip on the lake and explore the beautiful islands and wildlife.

  • 7. Discover the Dedza Pottery

    Visit the pottery workshops and buy handcrafted pottery items.

  • 8. Attend the Lake of Stars Festival

    Experience this music and arts festival celebrating African culture and talents.

  • 9. Explore the Liwonde and Mwabvi Wildlife Reserves

    Go on a safari and see diverse wildlife in these protected areas.

  • 10. Taste Malawian cuisine

    Try dishes like nsima (maize porridge), chambo (tilapia fish), and mandasi (doughnut).

5 Most Visited Cities In Malawi

When To Go To Malawi

  • The dry season from May to October is the best time to explore Malawi`s stunning landscapes and rich culture. Lilongwe, the capital, is a mix of modern and traditional, with vibrant markets and cultural centers. Lake Malawi, a UNESCO World Heritage site, offers pristine beaches, clear waters, and diverse marine life. Liwonde National Park and Majete Wildlife Reserve provide opportunities for safari adventures and wildlife conservation experiences. Malawi`s warm-hearted people, scenic beauty, and community-focused tourism create a travel experience that feels like a journey of connection and purpose.

Travel Recommendation And Useful Links For Malawi

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