Malawi - Liwonde National Park
For denser game, and a feel of
deepest, tropical Africa, Liwonde National Park
is hard to beat. Good game viewing in a small
park, with a palm-lined river and superb birding.
Elephant and Sable Antelope occur
in large numbers, as do Hippo, Crocodile, Impala
and Waterbuck. Leopard, Serval and the rare Oribi
may occasionally be seen. Black Rhino have been
reintroduced from South Africa's Kruger National
Park, as have Zebra, Lichtenstein's Hartebeest,
and Buffalo from elsewhere within Malawi. Birds
are prolific, especially along the Shire River
where African Fish Eagle, Palmnut Vulture, African
Skimmer and Pel's Fishing Owl are fairly common.
Bohm's Beeeater, Lilian's Lovebird, Bat Hawk,
Livingstone's Flycatcher, Whitebacked Night Heron
and Brownbreasted Barbet are among the "specials".
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