Have the stars and moon over Lake Malawi etched into your memory, snorkel or dive amongst over 700 species of cichlids, fall asleep to the sound of grunting hippos in Liwonde, or do you dare hike Mount Mulanje? Spend time with a local family to get a real feel for Malawian life, culture, and the people. Known best for its freshwater lake that accounts for a third of its area, Malawi is called the warm heart of Africa because of the friendliness of the people. Malawians are also the slowest walkers in the world, reminding us of the importance of slowing down and enjoying spending time with friends and family, and the scenery around us. Malawi is one of the least developed countries in the world, but with a varied landscape from mountains, to beach, and bush, it offers many experiences and sights. We’re also closely involved with some local projects in Malawi. See the “Giving Back” section of the website.
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