- 1Malawi2 reviews
With its rough, noisy market and less attractive lakeside, Nkhata Bay doesn't really hold a candle to Cape Maclear further south, but is worth a visit anyways if you're passing thru. Diving on offer here is good if the water isn't cloudy after a rain, and there's plenty of Malawi's regular party and stoner scene to partake in if you're ...
- 2Malawi3 reviews
Lilongwe isn't the most exciting place but it is pleasant, especially as African cities go. There are a lot of shady, tree-lined roads and friendly people here. If you're headed anywhere in Malawi, chances are that you'll need to stop here for stocks and supplies.
- 3Malawi1 review
There isn't a whole lot in Chitimba itself other than some wood carvers with really impressive products, some campsites / lodges, and a lot of friendly people. The stuff around Chitimba, like the waterfalls and Livingstonia are pretty cool, though.
- 4Malawi1 review
Though you;ll have to deal with Malawi's endlessly shady transport operators trying to shake you down to get up the long dirt road from Monkey Bay, this backpacker spot on the southern shores of Lake Malawi is a treat. With great snorkeling and diving, significant natural beauty, good guesthouses and parties, and activities like kayaking on offer, it's an easy ...
- 5Malawi1 review