Malawi has about 650 bird species that tourists enjoy such as .. White-winged Babbling Starling; Olive-headed Weaver; Shelly’s Sunbird; Orange-winged Pytilia; Souza’s Shrike; Lesser Seedcracker; Hildebrandt’s Spurfowl; Stierling’s Woodpecker; Rwenzori Nightjar; White-chested Alethe; African Hill Babbler; Bertrand’s Weaver; Ludwig’s Double-collared Sunbird; Blue Swallow; Wattled Crane; Olive-flanked Robin Chat;
Mountain Illiadopsis; Oriole Finch,Green-headed Oriole; White-winged Apalis; Yellow-throated Apalis; Malawi Batis; Bar-tailed Trogon; Brown-breasted Barbet; Southern Citril; Spotted Ground Thrush; Southern Mountain Greenbul; Speckle-throated Woodpecker. Bird watching can be enjoyed at :- Chintheche Inn. Owned and managed by Wilderness Safaris, is a relaxed beach lodge on the western shore of Lake Malawi, Africa's third-largest lake. This northern part of the Malawi lakeshore is very green and lush, dotted with fishing villages and with endless sandy beaches. Lilongwe Nature Sanctuary - a highlight on a birdwatching break in Malawi. There are opportunities to see the olive sunbird and the red-throated twin spot Zomba Plateau- This area is located in the southern part of Malawi; you can watch interesting Montagne species in its forests. Mumbo Island Campis a small sustainable eco-camp located on Mumbo Island. Nature walks and kayak trips around Mumbo Island are great addition to a birdwatching break in Malawi. From the tiny and colourful paradise flycatcher to the large African harrier hawk as well as the Fish eagle, there is a great range of birds to be seen here. Liwonde National Park - This national park offers a great experience when it comes to bird watching. Various types of bird species can be seen in this lush Malawi reserve at Mvuu Camp. Other Significant birdwatching spots include: Viphya Plateau; Dzalanyama Forest Reserve; Kasungu National Park; Nyika National park; Vwaza Marsh Wildlife Reserve; Misuku Hills, Mount Soche; Mount Mulanj Lengwe National Park; Nkhotakota Wildlife Reserve.