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+ Things to do in Mulanje
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+ – Hike Mount Mulanje
The Mulanje Massif is the main attraction in the area. There are numerous trails ranging from short walks to multi-day treks. Popular routes include the hike to Sapitwa Peak, the highest point in Malawi, and the trek to the Dziwe la Nkhalamba pools.

+ – Explore the Mulanje Cedar Forest
This rare and endangered tree species, known locally as Mulanje cedar (Widdringtonia whytei), can be found on the slopes of the massif. A hike through the forest offers an opportunity to see these unique trees and learn about conservation efforts.

+ – Visit Likhubula Falls
These beautiful waterfalls are located on the slopes of Mount Mulanje and are accessible via a short hike. It’s a great spot for a picnic, a refreshing swim, or simply enjoying the natural beauty.

+ – Rock Climbing
For adventure enthusiasts, Mount Mulanje offers excellent rock climbing opportunities. The granite cliffs provide various routes for climbers of different skill levels.

+ – Tea Plantation Tours
Mulanje is surrounded by vast tea estates. Taking a guided tour of one of the tea plantations allows you to see the tea production process, from picking to processing, and to sample some of the locally grown tea.

+ – Explore the Mulanje Mission
The Mulanje Mission Hospital and its associated facilities have a rich history and play a significant role in the community. A visit can provide insights into local healthcare, education, and community development efforts.

+ – Bird Watching
The diverse habitats around Mulanje, including forests and grasslands, are home to a variety of bird species. Birdwatchers can spot species such as the White-winged Apalis, Thyolo Alethe, and the Malawi Batis.

+ – Cultural Experiences
Engage with the local communities to learn about the culture and traditions of the people living around Mulanje. Participating in local festivals, visiting markets, and interacting with residents can provide a deeper understanding of the region.

+ – Cycling
The area around Mulanje offers scenic cycling routes, including paths through tea plantations and local villages. Renting a bike and exploring the area on two wheels is a great way to take in the beautiful landscapes.

+ – Relax and Enjoy the Scenery
Sometimes, the best activity is simply to relax and soak in the stunning views of Mount Mulanje and the surrounding countryside. Many lodges and guesthouses offer comfortable accommodations with beautiful views.

Whether you’re an avid hiker, a nature lover, or someone interested in local culture, Mulanje offers a variety of activities that cater to different interests and provide a memorable experience in this picturesque part of Malawi.

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