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Travel videos of Lake Malawi

Lake Malawai (Malawi) Vacation Travel Video Guide

Lake Malawi (Malawi) Vacation Travel Video Guide

Vacation travel video about nature park Lake Malawi in Africa.
Framed by Malawi, Tanzania and Mozambique, Lake Malawi in the heart of Africa is situated at the southern end of East Africa’s Rift Valley. It extends more than six hundred kilometres from north to south, is up to eighty kilometres wide and in some sections is over seven hundred metres deep.To explore the third largest lake in East Africa we begin north of Malawi's eastern coast at Thunduzi Beach in the Chilumba region. Close to the bleak town, the coastline looks quite paradisiacal. Out in the hot sun the local people wash their laundry in the gentle waves of a sandy beach and fishing nets are laid out to dry on the shore. The location of the small town of Nkhata Bay is quite spectacular, a large, sheltered bay, accessible via a steep slope.  It is a restless, colourful and vibrant harbour town and the northernmost point which famous explorer Dr. David Livingstone reached on his voyage of discovery. Cichlids, the living jewels of Lake Malawi, are highly sought after among aquatic fish enthusiasts. The brightly-coloured males achieve the highest prices in both Europe and the U.S.A.  Diving just off the coast is like being in a gigantic aquarium and around a thousand species of dazzling cichlids inhabit the rocky reefs around various islands. It is not necessary to dive deep to observe the Malawi cichlids as the most colourful varieties are to be found just below the surface. In the depths, strange craters rise from the muddy seabed. Some have a diameter of more than two metres and are one metre high.  They are not volcanoes but the leks of male cichlids.  The tiny fish spend months building the leks so as to make a good impression on passing females. Lake Malawi, the ‘Lake Of Stars’, is a paradise of nature where in 1980 the southern section became the first national park in the world to be used for the conservation of freshwater fish.

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MALAWI TRIP HIGHLIGHTS

MALAWI TRIP HIGHLIGHTS

Malawi is often an overlooked African country. Yes, it may be landlocked, but the 'Warm Heart Of Africa' has everything you could want, from lakes to mountains, safaris and even beaches...impressive for a landlocked country! In this video, I visit the Samtemwa Tea Estate, Zomba market, Liwonde National Park, Mangochi, CapeMcClear and the award-winning eco-tourist paradise that is Mumbo Island.

This trip was made possible through a collaboration with Malawi Tourism and South African Airways. Top marks guys!

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Malawi (Africa) Vacation Travel Video Guide

Malawi (Africa) Vacation Travel Video Guide

Vacation travel video about destination Malawi in Africa.
Malawi is the unknown Africa in the south-east of the Continent.  A wild country between sea and highlands, a land of contrasts with amazing green mountains and high plateaus but most of all, Lake Malawi.In the north west and on the border with Zambia is the thousand square kilometre Vwaza Marsh Wildlife Reserve, home to more than two hundred elephants who, in small groups, visit the Kazuni Safari Camp on their way to the lake. In the Lake Kazuni area there are many hippos and crocodiles which although rarely seen from the shore can certainly be heard at night. The location of the small town of Nkhata Bay is quite spectacular, a large, sheltered bay, accessible via a steep slope. Small boats transport the local people to various locations so that they can buy and sell, as there are hardly any roads around the lake. A restless, colourful and vibrant harbour town and the northernmost point which famous explorer Dr. David Livingstone reached on his historic voyage of discovery. Cichlids, the living jewels of Lake Malawi, are highly sought after among aquatic fish enthusiasts, the brightly coloured males achieving the highest prices. Provided with a good supply of oxygen and a light sedative in the water, once a month the fish are taken to the airport. The craggy rock scenery of Lake Malawi was not always below water. Only when the southern section of the East African Rift Valley filled with water did it become home to cichlids. On the extreme south east coast on the border with Mozambique is Mount Mulanje, a huge mountain range that formed during volcanic activity more than a hundred and thirty million years ago. At the foot of the mountain scenery grows one of the world’s finest varieties of tea. The Maravi Kingdom eventually became an independent country, Malawi, the warm and beating heart of Africa!

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