Its giant, freshwater snorkeling running from the northern part to southern-end and diving in clear water lake is its given natural treasurer. The sunny beaches alongside Lake Malawi are golden, and the waters are nearly empty except for a few fishermen boats.
Lake Malawi, its home to largest number of fish species of any lake in the world, quick on minds of Malawians being Chambo fish. Bordering with Tanzania to the north and Mozambique southwest, the lake extends more than six hundred kilometers from north to south, is up to eighty kilometers wide and in some sections is over seven hundred meters deep.
Surrounded by beaches of golden sand is not merely a scenic wonderland but it provides water sport opening for those in search of something beyond sand, swimming, and sunshine.
The lake draws in a variety of bird species, as well as hippos, baboons and warthogs, occasional elephants. Not bad company to enjoy the water with (well, maybe not the hippos).