A photostory of a hiking trip up Senga Hills Forest Reserve in Salima and the spectacular views of Lake Malawi, our lake of stars.
Welcome to Austin Madinga’s
Life Unbound Blog
I am a travel blogger, digital marketer and content creator from Malawi, the land of the lake of stars. I blog about the beauty and awesomeness of Malawi, the land of the lake of stars, the African continent and her diverse people.
I would love to partner with content creators and tourism brands on storytelling projects that expand the African narrative around tourism, travel, conservation and the continent's people.
Malawi’s Department of National Parks and Wildlife, African Parks and the International Fund for Animal Welfare to translocate 250 elephants and other wildlife 350km north from Liwonde National Park to Kasungu National Park.
An extract of selected accommodation, cultural, excursion and medical projects in the Malawi Tourism Investment Master Plan that are not part of the 10 priority projects.
President Lazarus Chakwera recently launched an ambitious 20-year Malawi Tourism Development Master Plan. An extract of details of the 10 Priority Tourism investment projects out of a total of 103 projects.
Five things you will love doing in Cape Maclear, Lake Malawi, the world’s first freshwater national park and UNESCO World Heritage Site.
A photo overview of Katawa Cottage, a new accommodation unit on the shores of Lake Malawi in Madzedze Bay, Monkey Bay.
To spur domestic tourism, we should consider pushing national holidays to weekends to create shorter workweeks and long weekends to enable families to travel more.
A photostory of beautiful fresco paintings, by local artist Micheal Kapalamula, in the Bembeke Cathedral of the Holy Family in Dedza Diocese.
Passing through Dedza boma and looking for a place to get a hot meal and a cold drink? Give Mapiri Country Lodge a try!
A photostory of Cape Maclear, also known as Chembe, a small tourist and fishing village in the Nankumba Peninsula, on the southern tip of Lake Malawi.
Malawi celebrates World Tourism Day at an unprecedented time. The theme, Tourism and Rural Development, is an important one given the negative effects the pandemic has had on most rural communities.