Malawi has nine national parks and wildlife reserves from which to choose, in addition to some really special forest reserves. The national parks include Nyika National Park in Rumphi district, Kasungu National Park in Kasungu district, Lake Malawi National Park in Mangochi district, Liwonde National Park in Machinga district, and Lengwe National Park in Chikhwawa district. The wildlife reserves include Majete game Reserve in Chikhwawa district, Mwabvi Wildlife reserve in Nsanje district, Nkhotakota Game Reserve in Nkhotakota district, and Vwaza Marsh Game Reserve in Rumphi district. In these protected areas, the country offers outstandingly unique quality of game viewing and is very much a comeback destination. In terms of game viewing, Malawi offers truly remarkable value. Animals which can be sited in Malawi include the recently re-introduced black rhino, elephants, lions, leopards, hyena, jackals, buffaloes, zebra, and hippos, to just mention a few.