Nyika National Park
Malawi's oldest and largest park, Nyika National Park is not only home to an abundance of wildlife population but also spellbinding for its dramatic landscapes with endless rolling hills, evergreen forest and its altitude which reaches slightly above 2,500m above sea level which offers spectacular views of the dramatic cloud formations on the horizon of its montane grasslands.
Why Nyika National Park?
Not a Big Five destination, Nyika National Park is still home to an abundance of wildlife. Predators like the leopard, hyena and jackal reign supreme over a large population of prey such as zebras, large herds of eland, bush pigs, red duiker and more. Occasional herds of elephants and straying lions may come into the territories but generally, Nyika is more than just a traditional jeep drive game viewing destination.