Five things you will love doing in Cape Maclear, Lake Malawi, the world’s first freshwater national park and UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Category: Travel & Tourism
A photo overview of Katawa Cottage, a new accommodation unit on the shores of Lake Malawi in Monkey Bay, Mangochi.
To spur domestic tourism, we should consider pushing national holidays to weekends to create shorter work weeks and long weekends to enable families to travel more.
Beautiful fresco paintings by Micheal Kapalamula adorn the walls of Bembeke Cathedral of the Holy Family in Dedza Diocese. A photo story.
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.
With COVID-19 cutting off revenue from international tourists and conferences, Malawi has to rethink its strategy and package products for domestic tourism.
Tumaini Festival is primarily a music festival. But on the peripherals, there is a lot of art, fashion and food happening.
Looking for a light lunch in Area 47? CaRiz Cakery, a coffee shop and cakery, should be on your list. And they prepare a great chicken sandwich!