largest lake is rich with a variety of tropical fish and up to 500
unique species of cichlids. The lake covers one - fifth of the country
and the greatest attraction are the palm fringed beaches, golden
beaches. A part of this lake has been declared a World Heritage site.
Liwonde is Malawi’s’
finest Park. Hippos bask in slow moving pools and crocodiles lurk on
mudflats. The trees crowd the river, pressing in on it in lush, exotic
green dampness. It is the birdlife, which distinguishes Liwonde as a
nature experience. With a resident and migratory population of well
over 300 species, many rare among them, Liwonde is a paradise for
those passionate about life on the wing.