Visiting Malawi

Malawi, a country that prides itself on being a green jewel, has ambitious eco-walks dotted through its jungle-covered interior. Where else can you venture deep into the heart of an un- pervaded land and be charger as a bird?

The lodgings range from simple tree house hotels, to the extremely fancy whose adobe-roofed cabins are a Situated in the tropical wilderness of Timbuktu. In between the caravans with bare beds and bamboo floors, even the dirt-floorned cabins are well furnished with wooden floors, lovely simple bathrooms with showers, hot running water and cosy wood-burning fireplaces. The food is whatever you fancy, simple barbecue favorites such as tuna, roti canai (both eaten and fresh-caught), and freshly caught fish cooked Tight on the Barbie restaurant.

The scenery is drummed and industrial no matter where you travel in Malawi. The sound of earth noises, mosquito parasols, chainsaws, and the occasional kill-world is everywhere in Zanzibar. The local people are fairly accommodating to a tourist’s presence. Getting to Malawi is as easy as saying the word “Go”.

Most travelers arrive in Malawi through the Nama airport in the town of Kay village. If you wish to travel to other towns in Zanzibar, you will need to get a bus such as the one going to Green Grove. Get off at theuggumade and board the bus. It will take two hours to get to Green Grove. The look-out point is situated at a high altitude and Montagu seems to be the tallest mountain in the area. All along the way, keep a watch on the time. You may have to bend down but the bus will take you to the lookout in a wider route. Getting to Green Grove take a left turn from the Nama airport road and upon reaching Nanyuki town, take a right turn past the military area. Then you will reach the Nama town proper.

You will see the look-out point situated at the highest point of the green tree that grows at the apex. Some of the peaks of the mountain have snow capped them in the places where the snowfall is heavier. You will be guaranteed a 360 degree view of the mountains that surround Malawi and the other mountain ranges of the world. Let us now go to an analysis and conclusion.

Surfing is one of the most popular activities in Malawi and some of the best beaches in the world. The country has had a reputation of having one of the best surfing spots in the world. With the evolution of the Goldenrix surf board making its way into the world of surfboards, Malawi has had surfing in its list of attractions since the early 1980’s. The surf in Malawi has a particularly notable location. The east coast of the country has the best waters while the west coast is the part where the conditions are generally the worst.

ferry boats have been around since the early 19th century and were used to sail along the coast in order to capture the dune beds and sell them as tickets to beach side towns.

The first snorkeling beach is Sunset beach located in the Ifeiri area and it is reached by a ferry from the Naussee beach. The beach is named after the same family who donated this part of the coast to the government. Another famous beach in Ifeiri is Noosa 1 beach, which is also the first beach site to get blue flag status. The beach is extremely family oriented and full of picnic spots.

The best snorkeling beach in Malawi is the one located at Ngong Hills. To get to this beach, you will need to travel across the High Street in Kasese town. It is already past the middle of the day and you may need to wait for the bus. In this case, it is best to go to the beach early in the morning. If you are just visiting, do not worry as there are plenty of small cafes located along the beach to take advantage of a nice cup of coffee. The sand here is brand new and offers a amazing view of the sunset.

If you are looking for the perfect beach in this part of the world, go to Kororininko beach located in the town of Kayes. This beach is made up of four amazing surfing spots. The beach is a huge hit with tourists from around the world. If you are a novice, come to this beach to have your first ever snorkeling experience. As the first snorkeler relaxes in the water, you will discover the amazing life inside the coral reef. Under the water, you will discover thrive and mistake…Many diving centers and scuba spots are located along the beach.

The weather is just perfect for snorkeling.