Travel to Southern Malawi – Natural Attractions in Abundance
The region of Southern Malawi covers an area of 31,753 square kilometres and includes 12 of Malawi’s districts. It borders Mozambique and is the most populated region with the most European influence.
The capital of the region is Blantyre where you can visit an art gallery or stock up on supplies in the modern shops or vibrant markets. However, Southern Malawi is also home to spectacular natural attractions such as the 3,002m Mount Mulanje; ideal for serious hikers and climbers, Lake Malawi National Park which was created to protect fish and aquatic habitats and Liwonde National Park where you can participate in safaris to see elephants, crocodiles and hippos amongst others.
- Climb the impressive Mount Mulanje.
- Explore bustling market towns.
- Spot all manner of wildlife in the national parks and reserves.