Marvel at aquatic evolutionary wonders! The picturesque Cape Maclear, on the Nankumba Peninsula, lies on the southern bank of the clear waters of Lake Malawi. The picturesque town is part of the Lake Malawi National Park, with beautiful mountains rising in the background. The one-of-a-kind National Park was created to protect the unique diversity of tropical fish species in Malawi and since 1984, the area has been a UNESCO World Heritage Site. A popular tourist destination, the park is often compared to the bio-diverse Galapagos islands as you can see more than 1000 species of fish here, more than 90% of which are endemic to the region.
Diverse Tropical Fish Species
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Places: Shire Highlands (2 days) → Majete Wildlife Reserve (2) → Zomba Plateau (1) → Liwonde National Park (2) → Lake Malawi - Likoma Island (4) → Lilongwe (1)
Tour Highlights: Cycling and Walking Trails, Beautiful Tea Plantations, Tea Factory Visits, Shire Valley, Diverse Vegetation, Amazing...