Malawi was the first African country to produce tea on a commercial basis and boasts the first Carlsberg brewery outside Denmark. Carlsberg is now the official beer of the Malawi National football team!
The residents of Malawi enjoy a sub-tropical climate, with a rainy season from November to May.
Apparently, Malawi is nicknamed ‘The warm heart of Africa’ due to it’s friendly population! How lovely!
Mangochi, Mangochi, Malawi
Lake Malawi, which takes up a huge 11,428 square miles (29,600 square kilometres) of Milawi’s landscape, is a beautiful fresh water lake and a top destination for divers and is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. It is also alleged to contain more species of fish than any other lake in the world, many of which are showing signs of specialised evolution!
Like many African countries, the official language of Malawi is English. Makes things nice and easy!
To buy your delicious fish dishes and a cup of tea, ensure you don’t forget your Malawian Kwacha, the official currency here.
Malawi grows sugarcane, cotton, tobacco and tea and rears cattle.
Its industry consists of tea, sugar, tobacco and sawmill products.
Malawi also exports tobacco, sugar, cotton, tea and coffee.
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