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The Best 5 Reasons To Visit Nyika National Park In Zambia     

     Nyika National Park is in northern Malawi, on the Zambian border. On the high-altitude Nyika Plateau, the park encompasses grassland and wooded valleys. The best 5 reasons to visit Nyika National Park are; Mountain-biking,  Wildlife such as elephants, zebras, antelope, bushbucks and leopards, Nature walks, Hiking, Trekking.

1,Mountain biking In Nyika National Park

Mountain biking on Nyika National Park is an exhilarating way to explore the montane grasslands, get close up to wildlife and take in some of the parks stunning scenery. A range of mountain bike trails have been created to suit all levels of fitness.
2,Wildlife In Nyika National Park
Nyika National Park is home to 100 species of mammal, including 21 species of “game” animals, and the highest density of leopards in Malawi. Famous for its large herds of roan. Wildlife such as elephants, Zebras, antelope and bushbucks.
3,Nature walks In Nyika National Park
 Nature walks in Nyika National Park are one of a kind and this is the ultimate opportunity for you to explore the wilderness on foot.
4,Hikking In Nyika National Park
Hiking on Nyika Plateau is an incredible experience and a great way to explore areas that are less accessible to vehicles.
5,Trekking In Nyika National Park
Trekking in Nyika National Park involves a long vigorous hike in wild natural environment for multiple days. It can be done off hiking trails.

When To Visit Nyika National Park

The best time to visit Nyika National Park is during the dry season, from May to October. This is a good time for wildlife viewing as animals move around the rivers and water sources and can easily be seen in the thinning vegetation.

How To Get To Nyika National Park

Most people fly to Nyika, but it is possible to drive out there too. Most international visitors arrive at Lilongwe International Airport (LLW), located about 26km/16mi from the capital, Lilongwe. Some international flights fly to Chileka International Airport (BLZ), 16km/10mi from Blantyre.

Accommodations In Nyika National Park

Chelinda camp is situated on the rolling in the highlands of Nyika National Park, Chelinda Lodge is a 16-bedded exclusive classic camp that lies against a magnificent backdrop of towering pine trees. Situated high on the plateau, the eight luxuriously appointed chalets offer panoramic views of woodland patches, rolling plains and montane grasslands (often dotted with herds of antelope)

Conclusions Of Nyika National Park

Nyika National Park  Wildlife is  reserved and protected area.  Nyika is one of the important Afro-montane centre of plant biodiversity.