Photo essay: Seven days in Malawi in fourteen pictures

Posted on August 20, 2018 by in Africa, Grown-up Travel Guide's Best Photos, Home, Malawi, Places, We likey.

Fishermen on Lake Malawi

I travelled to Malawi for the first time in April this year, spending a week in the “Warm Heart of Africa”. It was a wonderful experience and for once, the slogan is true. Malawi is spectacular, her people are extremely friendly and yet for European travellers – especially from the Nordic region – the country is off the radar.

Our aim is to change that – both with a full trip report and detailed accommodation reviews here on Grown-up Travel Guide and by offering customised itineraries through our new tour operator The Grown-up Travel Company.

In the meantime, here are fourteen photos to whet your appetite for Malawi – come back soon for the full story:

My room (on the left) at Kumbali Country Lodge, Lilongwe

The working farm at Kumbali Country Lodge, Lilongwe

A snap from my morning run at Kumbali Country Lodge, Lilongwe

Old-school telephone box in Salima en route to Lake Malawi

Fish eagle, Kumbali Lake Retreat on Lake Malawi

Relaxing at Kumbali Lake Retreat on Lake Malawi

On the road in Malawi

Drone shot of Main beach, Blue Zebra Island Lodge, Lake Malawi

Boat trip from Blue Zebra Island Lodge, Lake Malawi

View from the balcony, Blue Zebra Island Lodge, Lake Malawi

Eco-friendly bicycle taxi

Sunset canoeing, Tongole Wilderness Lodge, Nkhotakota Wildlife Reserve

Elephant, Tongole Wilderness Lodge, Nkhotakota Wildlife Reserve

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2 Responses to “Photo essay: Seven days in Malawi in fourteen pictures”

  1. Sylvia SinghAugust 28, 2018 at 17:04 #

    what a beautiful photo! I really love elephants, they look very nice and kind.

  2. JecaSeptember 20, 2018 at 17:44 #

    Absolutely breathtaking pictures! Makes me want to leave my job and go for a trip around the globe!

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