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The Government of the Republic of Malawi in conjun... » The Government of the Republic of Malawi in conjunction with the Malawi Investment and Trade Centre (MITC) will hold the 2015 Malawi Investment Forum at the Bingu International Conference Centre (BICC) in Lilongwe, Malawi from 29th and 30th of June, 2015. 29TH TO 30TH JUNE, 2015 » 29TH TO 30TH JUNE, 2015 THE 2015 MALAWI INVESTMENT FORUM » The Government of the Republic of Malawi in conjunction with the Malawi Investment and Trade Centre (MITC) will hold the 2015 Malawi Investment Forum at the Bingu International Conference Centre (BICC) in Lilongwe, Malawi from 29th and 30th of June, 2015. The Investment Forum will offer foreign and local investors, high level government officials and development partners an opportunity to discuss, on one to one basis, issues related to direct investments, joint ventures as well as Public-Private Partnerships (PPPs).  The Forum will also offer a networking environment for 300 participants to discuss packaged investment opportunities and joint venture projects with Malawian companies. The Malawi Investment Forum will focus on the following six sectors:- Agriculture and Agro-processing Tourism Manufacturing Energy Infrastructure Financial Services For more information and registration, visit www.mwif2015.com Important Information !! » Important Information Attention to all travelers and Malawian returnees. Following the COVID-19 pandemic, coupled with the rise of cases in Malawi, the Government of the Republic of Malawi is requesting all travelers and Malawian returnees to complete a pre-departure form, stating approval to comply to the COVID-19 response requirements established by the government . The Mission urges all to comply with the requirements. Please find the registration form in this Link. For more information and applications for Malawi Visas and Permits visit: http://www.immigration.gov.mw Contact E-mail: evisa.support@immigration.gov.mw Travelling to Malawi during the COVID Pandemic: Malawi is very much open to welcome international travellers. Travellers are required to have negative PCR test no older than 10 days. Travellers may still however be tested on arrival. It is advised that travellers also check the requirements of transit countries. The Malawi Ministry of health have provided a voice message on the procedures for when guests arrive into the country, click here to listen.

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Malawi is privileged to have many national parks and wildlife reserves. In the north are the unique Nyika Plateau and the Vwasa Reserve.
These complement  each other, one a highland, the other a lowland marsh area. The central region has two vast game areas;  Kasungu National Park in the west and Nkhotakota.  Reserve in the east, near the Lake.  To the south, the best known national park is Liwonde, along the River Shire, but there are also three game areas further south in the Shire Lowlands:  Lengwe National Park and the wildlife reserves of Majete and Mwabvi. Near the southern end of Lake Malawi is the world’s first freshwater national park at Cape Maclear.


Nyika National Park

Nyika National Park
North Malawi has so much to offer the visitor with the country’s oldest  and largest National Park with a size of 3134 square km.  Nyika National Park is well known for its habitation of different animal species like leopards, lion, buffalos jus to name a few, its breathtaking rolling hills, lush grassland, forested valleys and evergreen forests.
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Kasungu National Park

Kasungu National park
It is 2500 sq. km. in size and located in the central region of the country relatively close to Lilongwe the capital. The park has a rolling terrain of over 1000m in altitude with isolated inselbergs called the “Wango’mbe Rume” at 1330m.  The park is renowned for spectacular archaeological sites, the notable one being an iron smelting furnace and some rock paintings that are assume to be pre-Bantu.
Elephants and Antelopes are common as are small herds of Buffalo’s and Zebra’s. Lions and Leopards are occasionally sighted. There is a significant number of hippos, hyena’s and wild dogs and the Bird watcher is well catered for. Accommodation is available and suited for all budgets at Lifupa Lodge.







Eco Islands

Malawi has a number of small Islands across the Lake. Out of these, only Maleri, Domwe and Mumbo have been developed for eco -tourism. All these islands are located in Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty. As such they offer spectacular scenic vistas and have thus been preserved in their natural and tranquil state for the enjoyment of the future generations.

Eco IslandEco Island

For more information on Wildlife Reserves, Mountains and Plateaus, Birding Sites and Forest Reserves, please visit www.visitmalawi.mw