Liwonde National Park

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Travel Guide Africa Malawi Liwonde National Park

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Introduction

Liwonde National Park has a wonderfully peaceful quality to it. Set in a lush marshland, the Shire River is full of hippoes, and there are plenty of waterbucks and other smaller antilopes grazing. A canoe trip on the river is a relaxing experience, and the views over the river beautiful. To get there, take a bus to the town of Liwonde, and get off at the bus station (last stop) from there, you can walk or take a bicycle taxi to the park entrance, about 5 kilometres away. At the gate, you pay for the park entry, and ring ahead to your chosen guest house for a pick-up- walking alone is not permitted.

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Getting There and Around

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