Liwonde National Park is generally regarded as the best game reserve in Malawi, due to its unspoilt environment and prolific game.The park provides a natural habitat for a wide variety of wildlife. Large herds of elephant and hippopotamus bathe in the waters of the river; the most promising viewing times are early in the morning or at dusk.
Kasungu National Park
In the west of the Central Region, and bordering Zambia, is Kasungu National Park, an 800 sq mile (2100 sq km) area of natural woodland and bush with occasional stretches of more open grass. Poaching has reduced the number of some species of animals but, contrary to rumours in some quarters, there is still plenty of wildlife to be seen.
Lake Malawi National Park
Lake Malawi National Park is spread over a number of islands in the southern part of Lake Malawi. Being the only national park of Malawi, Africa, Lake Malawi National Park is aimed at preserving the rich variety of Malawian fishes as well as aquatic habitats. An UNESCO World Heritage Site, Lake Malawi National Park has always been of great attraction for the tourists.
Lengwe National Park
The vegetation is thicket, with some deciduous woodland and more dense tree growth along the stream courses. There are hides and man-made pools in the eastern area of the park just a short distance from the main gate. Though there are predators in the park in the form of leopards and hyena, it is antelope which will be more often seen.