Malawi Travelling Tips

For most people the dry (winter) season is most attractive (i.e. April/May to October/November). The chance of rain is slim, daytime temperatures are generally pleasant (in the 20s Celsius) and the low vegetation and limited availability of water mean that game viewing is at its best.

Rainfall is extremely rare in the dry season and even in the so-called wet season, the rains are usually short-lived storms, as is typical of the tropics, and at no time does the climate seriously inhibit the traveller

    5 reasons Malawi is Africa's next go-to destination.

  • It's not crowded
  • Lake Malawi is spectacular
  • The locals are friendly
  • Rehabilitated game parks and natural reserves
  • Easygoing vibe

Lodge Services

  • Air Conditioning
  • Bar
  • Restaurant
  • DSTV
  • Wifi
  • Service 24/24

Safety Tips

  • Lake Malawi is very safe, with very little crime in any of the towns or villages around the lake.

  • Be careful when swimming in some parts which may have hippo or crocodile.

  • Only qualified scuba divers should attempt to dive in the lake, there are many dive schools in the area however.

  • The roads can be very bad in rainy season so drive carefully.

  • Take basic precautions when visiting the national park and do not feed or touch the wildlife.


  • Kamuzu Lilongwe Airport

  • Monkey Bay airstrip