|Number of people||Rate per person|
|2 people||USD 768|
Depart from Dar es Salaam international Airport. On arrival in Lilongwe, transfer to your hotel and overnight bed and breakfast.
After breakfast tour of Lilongwe and thereafter transfer to Beach in time for lunch. Overnight at Beach Lodge, half board.
Days at leisure with lodge activities and overnights Beach Lodge, full board.
Transfer to airport for your flight back home.
Formerly known as Lake Nyasa is the third largest lake in Africa. The lake contains a greater variety of indigenous species of fish variety of over 500 species mainly of cyclid family. Most of this fishes are endemic to Lake Malawi. Half the south-eastern section of the lake belongs to Mozambique with the border running through the centre of the water, while Tanzania lies along the north-eastern shore. Lake Malawi bears many qualities of a sea except salty water and for much of the year it is placid and welcoming, while at other times strong winds and storms can produce surfable waves. Much of this astounding underwater diversity is protected within the Lake Malawi National Park at Cape Maclear in the south, the first in the world set aside for the protection of freshwater fish and a World Heritage Site
In comparison to many other parts of Africa Malawi and is still much undeveloped and very African. Although there are big international supermarkets in the city, you will notice as you over fly Lilongwe villages surround it. Walks around Lilongwe are very peaceful and the people are very welcoming and friendly. The capital is divided into two areas: Old Town and New Town. The old town houses residential areas, banks, shops and the Lilongwe Market. New Town as the name suggests, you will find diplomatic missions, up market residents, NGO offices and governmental offices. The airport is 30 km from the Centre. Dinner option at the lodge or in other restaurants in Town