Tuesday 11 July 2023


Here are 8 things found in both Zambia and Malawi:

Lake Malawi/Lake Kariba : Malawi is home to Africa's third largest lake while Zambia is home to Lake Kariba the largest man made Lake in the world.

Common Languages: Both countries are English-speaking, as well as speaking local languages like Chewa/Nyanja, which is spoken in both Malawi and Zambia.

The Great Rift Valley: This geographical feature extends through both countries, creating stunning landscapes and habitats for diverse wildlife.

Agriculture-Based Economy: Both countries have an economy heavily reliant on agriculture, particularly tobacco, maize, and sugarcane production.

African Wildlife: Both countries are home to a diverse range of African wildlife, including elephants, lions, leopards, buffalos, and many species of antelope.

National Parks: Both countries boast several national parks. In Zambia, South Luangwa National Park is renowned, while in Malawi, the Liwonde National Park is a popular destination.

African Traditional Music and Dance: In both Zambia and Malawi, music and dance play an integral role in cultural celebrations and traditional ceremonies.

The Warm Heart of Africa: This is a phrase often used to describe Malawi due to its reputation for the friendliness of its people. However, visitors to Zambia often remark upon the same warmth and hospitality.

Via Beyond Zambia

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