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by Francis Akhalbey, at 11:15 am, July 06, 2018, We Tour

Why Malawi should be your next holiday destination [Photos]

Lake Malawi -- Photo Credit: venturesafrica.com

Formerly known as Nyasaland, the landlocked nation of Malawi gained independence from Britain on this day in 1964.

With the beloved Lake Malawi being the most popular tourist spot, the country also boasts beautiful wildlife/ forest reserves as well as amazing mountain ranges and escarpments.

To commemorate their independence day, Face2Face Africa shares with you some awesome photos of the landlocked nation. Enjoy!

Dedza, Malawi — Photo Credit: getaway co za

 

Nyika National Park — Photo Credit: ttnotes.com

 

Kasungu National Park — Photo Credit: landrovingafrica.com

 

Lake Malawi — Photo Credit: Davidsbeenhere.com

 

Liwonde National Park — Photo Credit: africanbatconservation.com

 

Majete Wildlife Reserve — Photo Credit: Davidsbeenhere.com

 

Mount Mulanje — Photo Credit: mariorigby.wordpress.com

 

Photo Credit: nature.com

 

Nkhotakota Wildlife Reserve — Photo Credit: ttnotes.com

 

Photo Credit: Nomadic Vision Photography (Flickr)

 

Ntchisi Forest Reserve — Photo Credit: sunsafaris.com

 

Nyika National Park — Photo Credit: ttnotes.com

 

Senga Bay — Photo Credit: davidsbeenhere.com

 

Vwaza Marsh Wildlife Reserve — Photo Credit: ttnotes.com

 

Vwaza Marsh Wildlife Reserve — Photo Credit: ttnotes.com

 

Zomba Plateau — Photo Credit: enchantingtravels.com

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