Snorkel Crystal-Clear Fresh Water
Lake Malawi is the second deepest lake in Africa, and is habitat to more fish species than any other lake on earth. Running almost the entire length of the country, at 365 miles long, it has warm, fresh water with pristine beaches set against a backdrop of rugged, green hills.
The crystal-clear waters of the “Lake of the Stars”, so named by the explorer David Livingstone, are known for the brightly-coloured cichlid fish, of which there are roughly 1 000 species and which are highly sought-after to embellish the world’s private aquariums.
The cichlids scattered throughout the island paradise offer some of the most exquisite and alluring snorkelling found anywhere in the world.
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