Lilongwe is the lush green capital city of Malawi. Some of the most popular things to do in Lilongwe include hiking, wildlife encounters, and nightlife adventures. Spending a holiday in Lilongwe is definitely relaxing and worth your while.
Golf is a popular pastime in the city. Compared to its Western counterparts, the Lilongwe Golf Club is much more inexpensive. If you’re a beginner, you can learn how to play here. If you’re already a pro, you will find that this 18-hole course can be challenging.
If you’re searching for exciting nightlife venues in Lilongwe, you can find a few in the Old Town and the rest are spread throughout the city. There are bars, clubs, and casinos that will surely peak your interest. Some of the most recommended places are Diplomats Pub, Zanzibar Nightclub, and Harry’s Bar.
There are plenty of small wildlife and safari parks in the city but if you want to see an extensive wildlife reserve up close, you should get out of town to Zambia and see the South Luangwa National Park.
If you want to get out of the city, you can also visit Salima, a coastal area with gorgeous beaches and lovely seaside inns and hotels.
The climate in Lilongwe is humid subtropical bordering on subtropical highland climate. The wet season spans the months of December through March while the dry season runs from April to November. The months of June to August are slightly cooler at average temperatures of 14-16°C (57-61°F) while the rest of the year stays pretty warm at 19-23°C (66-73°F).
The dry season is the perfect time to hike through the Lilongwe Wildlife Center. It is also the time when the nightlife scene in the city gets busier and perkier. Small musical concerts are often held in some open bars and restaurants around the city.
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