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Southern Malawi Adventure 7Days/ 6 Nights
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Southern Malawi Adventure 7Days/ 6 Nights

This package allows the traveler to learn more about agriculture combining with adventure at the park and on the island. A visit at the Bvumbwe and Satemwa completes the lesson of tea growing and processing in Malawi. The tour does not there as they is a Game drive at the Liwonde Park and a boat ride at the Blue zebra where the tour ends
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Moronge O wrote a review Sep 2019
Nairobi, Kenya178 contributions29 helpful votes
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The World War Memorial is set in the same compound as a statue of Hastings Kamuzu Banda. There are some staff who can give one a tour, which is largely just a climb up the inside of the tower. There is no fee, but a tip is expected. There is not lift, one must go up a flight of stairs, before virtually scaling up vertically, on some metal bars to the top. At the top, one can get a good view of Lilongwe; Capital Hill, Parliament, even Bingu Stadium, and the wilderness and greenery that defines Lilongwe.
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Date of experience: September 2019
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Aruna Gunawardena wrote a review Aug 2019
Colombo, Sri Lanka3,697 contributions217 helpful votes
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Never thought there would be such a monument in Malawi. Nice place for an evening stroll after reading what's written in the monuments
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Date of experience: August 2019
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kiltmaker2 wrote a review Oct 2018
Evanston, Illinois14,818 contributions268 helpful votes
This World war 1 memorial which is located next to Kumuzu Banda statue ( The first President of Malawi) is the best viewing point of the city lookout. From high up, you could see the Parliament, the Stadium and bits and pieces of the city.
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Date of experience: July 2018
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Baks88 wrote a review Aug 2018
Serris, France292 contributions49 helpful votes
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With my father having originated from Malawi, I feast on every inch of Malawian history. My two nieces and nephew took me here. Malawi has a fantastic and fascinating history. The tour guide was very informative with lots of local anecdotes. I didn’t go up but my niece and nephew went up and the views they showed us were good. Please don’t just take our word for it. When in Lilongwe, please do pay this place a visit.
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Date of experience: June 2018
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Korbinian S wrote a review Aug 2018
29 contributions14 helpful votes
This memorial is very nice. The guide was good. We also went up the tower and had a great view there.
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Date of experience: July 2018
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