Every August is a celebration of Malawi's diverse cultures and peoples. Organized and led by the Mua Mission in Mua, Dedza, it is the once-opportunity for Malawians and foreigners to experience the wisdom of the elders, and the to-die-for interaction with Father Claude Boucher Chisale.
You have not been to Africa if you haven't taken time off to visit the amazing lake of stars, Lake Malawi. With over a thousand species of fish, this flowing tank of fresh water is a rare attraction for the typical explorer.
Global media has ranked it among the ten beach activities in the world too good to be missed. The LoS has grown into a Pan-African movement of entertainment that Malawi proudly hosts along its aqua gem, Lake Malawi.
Mulanje Mountain, a.k.a., Mount Mulanje is located in the Southeast part of Malawi and is never short of 'what-to-do.' From paragliders to hikers to those who just enjoy a cold brew watching the setting sun hit the rock in the most amazing ways, everyone has a place in this magnificent place.
Located up in the northern mountains of northern Malawi lies this magnificent collection of wildlife on top of Nyika Plateau. At Nyika, wild buck and Impalas have never looked more different. Special. If you want to write a book about sunsets, Nyika is where you get blown away into the world of imagination.