Introducing Liwonde National Park
Liwonde National Park is the closest thing Malawi has to a traditional wildlife park. Dominating the west, the Shire River overflows with hippos and crocodiles and is a favourite stomping ground for the abundant elephants. Waterbucks are also common near the water, while beautiful sable and roan antelopes, zebras and elands populate the surreal flood plains in the east. Night drives can reveal spotted genets, bushbabies, scrub hares, side-striped jackals and even spotted hyenas. Black rhinos are protected within a separate enclosure and there’s a rich and colourful array of birdlife.
Last updated: Feb 17, 2009
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