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 Nkhata Bay

Malawi, Lake Malawi

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Datum: WGS84 [ Help ]
Precision: Approximate

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Latitude: 11° 35.495' S
Longitude: 34° 18.185' E

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English (Translate this text in English): To access the country of Malawi it is generally recommended to fly. Lake Malawi stretches from the North to the South of the country and Mozambique as well as Tanzania border along the lake.

English (Translate this text in English): To access the country of Malawi it is generally recommended to fly. Lake Malawi stretches from the North to the South of the country and Mozambique as well as Tanzania border along the lake.

To access the country of Malawi it is generally recommended to fly. Lake Malawi stretches from the North to the South of the country and Mozambique as well as Tanzania border along the lake.

English (Translate this text in English): To access the country of Malawi it is generally recommended to fly. Lake Malawi stretches from the North to the South of the country and Mozambique as well as Tanzania border along the lake.

English (Translate this text in English): To access the country of Malawi it is generally recommended to fly. Lake Malawi stretches from the North to the South of the country and Mozambique as well as Tanzania border along the lake.

English (Translate this text in English): To access the country of Malawi it is generally recommended to fly. Lake Malawi stretches from the North to the South of the country and Mozambique as well as Tanzania border along the lake.

English (Translate this text in English): To access the country of Malawi it is generally recommended to fly. Lake Malawi stretches from the North to the South of the country and Mozambique as well as Tanzania border along the lake.

English (Translate this text in English): To access the country of Malawi it is generally recommended to fly. Lake Malawi stretches from the North to the South of the country and Mozambique as well as Tanzania border along the lake.

English (Translate this text in English): To access the country of Malawi it is generally recommended to fly. Lake Malawi stretches from the North to the South of the country and Mozambique as well as Tanzania border along the lake.

How? From shore

Distance Short walk from shore (< 5min)

Easy to find? Easy to find

 Dive site Characteristics

Average depth 10.0 m / 32.8 ft

Max depth 17.0 m / 55.8 ft

Current Low ( < 1 knot)

Visibility Medium ( 5 - 10 m)

Quality

Dive site quality Good

Experience CMAS * / OW

Bio interest Outstanding

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Dive type

- Fresh water
- Ambiance

Dive site activities

- Marine biology
- Dive training
- Snorkeling / Free diving
- Orientation
- Photography

Dangers

- Boat trafic
- Nets

 Additional Information

English (Translate this text in English): Lake Malawi is part of Africa’s Great Rift Valley. It boasts huge underwater rock formations as well as beautiful sandy beaches. The lake is host to one of the biological wonders of the world, the Cichlids.
Cichlids are a large and widespread family of fish found in rivers and lakes all over the world. What makes Malawi Cichlids so special is the sheer number of species and the speed at which they evolved. It is estimated that up to 1500 species exist in the lake.

English (Translate this text in English): Lake Malawi is part of Africa’s Great Rift Valley. It boasts huge underwater rock formations as well as beautiful sandy beaches. The lake is host to one of the biological wonders of the world, the Cichlids.
Cichlids are a large and widespread family of fish found in rivers and lakes all over the world. What makes Malawi Cichlids so special is the sheer number of species and the speed at which they evolved. It is estimated that up to 1500 species exist in the lake.

Lake Malawi is part of Africa’s Great Rift Valley. It boasts huge underwater rock formations as well as beautiful sandy beaches. The lake is host to one of the biological wonders of the world, the Cichlids.
Cichlids are a large and widespread family of fish found in rivers and lakes all over the world. What makes Malawi Cichlids so special is the sheer number of species and the speed at which they evolved. It is estimated that up to 1500 species exist in the lake.

English (Translate this text in English): Lake Malawi is part of Africa’s Great Rift Valley. It boasts huge underwater rock formations as well as beautiful sandy beaches. The lake is host to one of the biological wonders of the world, the Cichlids.
Cichlids are a large and widespread family of fish found in rivers and lakes all over the world. What makes Malawi Cichlids so special is the sheer number of species and the speed at which they evolved. It is estimated that up to 1500 species exist in the lake.

English (Translate this text in English): Lake Malawi is part of Africa’s Great Rift Valley. It boasts huge underwater rock formations as well as beautiful sandy beaches. The lake is host to one of the biological wonders of the world, the Cichlids.
Cichlids are a large and widespread family of fish found in rivers and lakes all over the world. What makes Malawi Cichlids so special is the sheer number of species and the speed at which they evolved. It is estimated that up to 1500 species exist in the lake.

English (Translate this text in English): Lake Malawi is part of Africa’s Great Rift Valley. It boasts huge underwater rock formations as well as beautiful sandy beaches. The lake is host to one of the biological wonders of the world, the Cichlids.
Cichlids are a large and widespread family of fish found in rivers and lakes all over the world. What makes Malawi Cichlids so special is the sheer number of species and the speed at which they evolved. It is estimated that up to 1500 species exist in the lake.

English (Translate this text in English): Lake Malawi is part of Africa’s Great Rift Valley. It boasts huge underwater rock formations as well as beautiful sandy beaches. The lake is host to one of the biological wonders of the world, the Cichlids.
Cichlids are a large and widespread family of fish found in rivers and lakes all over the world. What makes Malawi Cichlids so special is the sheer number of species and the speed at which they evolved. It is estimated that up to 1500 species exist in the lake.

English (Translate this text in English): Lake Malawi is part of Africa’s Great Rift Valley. It boasts huge underwater rock formations as well as beautiful sandy beaches. The lake is host to one of the biological wonders of the world, the Cichlids.
Cichlids are a large and widespread family of fish found in rivers and lakes all over the world. What makes Malawi Cichlids so special is the sheer number of species and the speed at which they evolved. It is estimated that up to 1500 species exist in the lake.

English (Translate this text in English): Lake Malawi is part of Africa’s Great Rift Valley. It boasts huge underwater rock formations as well as beautiful sandy beaches. The lake is host to one of the biological wonders of the world, the Cichlids.
Cichlids are a large and widespread family of fish found in rivers and lakes all over the world. What makes Malawi Cichlids so special is the sheer number of species and the speed at which they evolved. It is estimated that up to 1500 species exist in the lake.

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