Malawi may be a small, landlocked country but it is blessed with Lake Malawi, Africa’s third largest, stretching more than 570km down the country and comprising its borders with Tanzania and Mozambique. The lake, said to have 700 different kinds of fish, not only provides food and a living for the hundreds of thousands along its shores but, increasingly, attracts tourists, particularly to the waters off Lake Malawi National Park, a World Heritage site at the southern end. Read More