Lake Malawi is the third largest lake in Africa and is a true paradise. The lake is approximately 580 km long and is 75 km at its widest point. Lake Malawi is populated with a variety of wildlife and is said to be the lake with the world’s largest fish population.
Lake Malawi was “discovered” by the missionary-explorer Dr David Livingstone just over 150 years ago. David Livingstone famously named Lake Malawi “The Lake of Stars” and for good reason. During the day the light dances across the deep blue water and once the sun has set the stars twinkle brightly both in the sky but also on the lake as the fishermen light up their hurricane lamps for their night on the lake.
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