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Forest Zomba Plateau Reforestation
08
Mar

Deforestation in Malawi – Reforesting the Climate

Deforestation In Malawi Malawi is a country that was previously heavily forested. However, due to deforestation, the forest cover now remains at just 26.4% of the land. What is deforestation? Deforestation refers to the permanent removal of trees whereby they are replaced by something other than the forest. Globally, deforestation has been on the rise...
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16
Feb

Malaria information for Malawi: All you need to know

Malawi has one of the highest numbers of Malaria cases, ranking fifth in the Eastern and Southern Africa region. We’ve put together all the information you need to know about Malaria in Malawi. Be prepared for your next adventure with these handy tips and advice and ensure safe travels in the Warm Heart of Africa....
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09
Feb

New Stargazing Starbeds in Malawi Africa

Be inspired by the romance of the African skies with these following locations. Each provide a stargazing experience that is unmatched to any other in Africa. Here are new star beds in Malawi which you could visit on your next cycle trip for the ultimate romantic adventure… Starbeds refer to beds that are out in...
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Seasons of Malawi: Best Times to visit

Seasonal changes occur throughout the year in Malawi. Each season the landscape transforms the environment into a dynamic biosphere where the climate, vegetation and wildlife bring exciting changes of scenery and interesting highlights, some of which are uniquely found only in Malawi. Birdwatchers can discover migratory birds migrating from the north in the green season....
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Traditional Dance of Malawi
20
Jan

The Cultures of Malawi and Their Origin

The Cultures of Malawi and Their Origin Malawians are of Bantu origin comprising of various different cultural descents. The cultures of Malawi stem from different regions. Ethnic groups present in the country include Chewa, Yao, Tumbuka, Nyanja Sena, Lomwe and Ngoni. The country also consists of a small population of Asians and Europeans. Often referred...
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Self Guided Cycle Tour Cyclists Cycling in Malawi
10
Dec

Self Guided or Fully Supported? Choosing cycle tour options

Deciding between self guided or fully supported can be a bit tricky but it need not be a hesitant decision. Especially if it is your first time cycle tour in Africa. There are a few factors to help you decide which will be the best fit for you. Both options offer a great way to...
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18
Nov

Exploring Nyika National Park – Where the Wilderness rises into the clouds

  The Nyika Plateau is home to the Nyika National Park, an extraordinary place that is shared between Zambia and Malawi, 2,000 metres above sea-level. The plateau promises spectacular views and is deemed one of the most beautiful places in Africa. Nyika, commonly understood to mean “where the water comes from,” also meaning “wilderness” boasts...
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Sunset at Kande Horse
06
Jun

Ride into Lake Malawi with Kande Horse.

Ride through the forest, farmland villages and golden beaches, and end with the unforgettable experience of swimming in Lake Malawi with your horse. Stunning Rides and Home Cooked Meals. Staying in Beautiful Accommodation. Packages available, all ages and levels catered for. Nestled in amongst the forest, The Stables Guest House provides three double luxury rooms...
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06
May

Top Island Getaways in Malawi for Barefoot Luxury & Watersporting Adventure

Top island getaways in Malawi for barefoot luxury and water-sporting adventure. Malawi has numerous wonderful freshwater islands to visit. On the southern route – the closest, Mumbo island is a barefooted luxury island hideaway choice with Domwe island being the neighbouring island for the more adventurous, both offering unpopulated, deserted lakeside relaxation. Enjoy walks, hikes...
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01
Mar

Hike Magical Mount Mulanje

Magical Mount Mulanje – Every Hiker’s Dream Climb Mount Mulanje is the most popular climbing and hiking spot in Malawi. Found in the tea-growing district of Mulanje, on a misty day, the Mulanje Massif’s highest peak, Sapitwa, forms an island in the sky as it explodes out of the clouds at 3,002m high. Unsurprisingly, intrepid...
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