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Malawi is dotted with multiple tourist locations such as Likoma and Chisumulu Islands, where an abundance of sea life can be found and observed by boat or scuba diving. The islands are also a great location if travelers are heading into Mozambique as these islands border that country. Malawi also boasts Liwonde National Park, a vast area of over 550 square kilometers of completely unspoiled jungle. The Nyika National Park is Malawi's largest national park, sited on the 1800 meter high Nyika Plateau.

Climbing enthusiasts might enjoy the 3002 meter high Mount Mulanje. The tallest mountain in southern central Africa, it does not require extensive climbing knowledge and it is an excellent place for beginning climbers. Additionally, the Kuti Community Wildlife Park, which sits 90 km from Lilongwe is a location where visitors will get nearer to wild Zebra that at any other spot in the vast continent of Africa.

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Malta is an island nation in the Mediterranean, situated south of Italy, between continental Europe and North Africa. It actually consists of seven islands, three of which are inhabited; Malta, Gozo and Comino, with Malta being the largest.

Valletta is the capital city and Malta's main tourist centre. There are several sites of historical significance including the remains of some of the fortifications that were built in the 16t h Century by the Knights of Saint John (the Hospitallers) who defended the city against the Ottoman Turks. There are also several plazas with cafés, bars and restaurants. For even more history there's the walled city of Mdina where cars are forbidden. Or take the bus from Valletta and visit the fabulous San Anton Palace and Gardens. Built in the 17 th century it's now home to the Maltese president.

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Gozo is a popular draw as it's a quiet respite from the hustle and bustle of Malta. Its most famous structures are a series of prehistoric megaliths. It also has some excellent spots for divers. There are shore dives, as well as those that are a short distance from shore. You'll be able to drop in on caves, wrecks and much more.

Comino is the smallest of the islands and many tourists go there for the famous Blue Lagoon, where you can swim and snorkel in its dazzling blue waters.


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