31 October 2013

Malawi listed 5th in Lonely Planet's Top Countries for 2014

Congrats, Malawi! Lonely Planet named the southern African country one of the top countries in the world for travellers in 2014 in its Best in Travel 2014 publication. Malawi ranked fifth in the list headed by Brazil and Antarctica, but comes ahead of the likes of Mexico and Seychelles. Best in Travel is produced annually by Lonely Planet as a guide to the top destinations, trends and experiences for the upcoming year.
Lonely Planet says that the main reasons for selecting Malawi as one of the Top 10 Countries 2014 are:
  • the Majete Wildlife Reserve, home to the famous Big Five, for an uncrowded game drive
  • Lake Malawi for some high-visibility snorkelling
  • Mount Mulanje for a hike over hazy peaks in an otherworldly moonscape
  • the Viphya Plateau, a haunting wilderness of grasslands and whaleback hills that feels downright prehistoric

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