Road to Lilongwe, Malawi


Why Visit Lilongwe

  • Begin or end your trip with some time in quirky Latitude 13
  • Fly on to Zambia, with direct flights to South Luangwa National Park
  • Try traditional Malawian cuisine, supposedly the best in Southern Africa

A Little More about Lilongwe

Time in Lilongwe is usually a necessity rather than a choice, but with at least one superb boutique hotel, it doesn’t have to feel like a chore. The city is sprawling and seemingly centre-less, but it is interspersed with greenery and has a ramshackle charm to it. There are few activities to take advantage of, but it is still a convenient hub for accessing a number of Malawi’s national parks, as well as the vast lake.

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