Mulanje
Adventures

Mulanje where adventures happen

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Popular tours

 

Mountain
Treks

  • 1 - 3 day tour
  • Variety of peaks
  • Guide & porter
  • Accommodation & food
  • Difficulty: up to you!

Only

$50

for two people (1 day)

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Likhubula
Waterfall

  • 1/2 day tour
  • Swim in the waterfall
  • Guide
  • Drinks and snacks
  • Difficulty: easy

Only

$25

for two people

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School
Visits

  • 1 day at school
  • Support the community
  • Teacher supervision
  • Be a teaching assistant
  • Meet the children

Only

$25

for one person

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Tea
Plantations

  • 1/2 day tour
  • Tea tasting
  • Learn about tea
  • Water & snack
  • Support the community

Only

$30

for two people

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Village
Tour

  • Meet the villagers
  • Hear their stories
  • Guide
  • Local meal included
  • Support the community

Only

$20

for two people

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Local
Market

  • 1 hour
  • Food, arts & crafts
  • Guide
  • Negotiate a deal!
  • Support the community

Experienced
guides

Local guides who know the mountain inside out and will do all they can to make your experience safe and memorable.

Bespoke
tours

We can combine activities to suit you. Mountain treks are flexible and we can organise your transport and accommodation with 10% discount on your stay!

Mountain
stories

Learn about the mountain and the local way of life. Mulanje is surrounded by myths, some true, some not so true!

All
inclusive

Our prices always reflect the total cost of your trip. Inclusive of any food, drink, accommodation and national park fees.

The mystique of Mulanje

Mount Mulanje, also known as the Mulanje Massif is a huge hulk of twisted granite rising majestically from the surrounding plains. Much of the Massif consists of dense green valleys and rivers that drop from sheer cliffs to form dazzling waterfalls.

With a number of peaks reaching heights of over 2,500m, the locals call it the ‘Island in the Sky’. On misty days, it’s easy to see why: the massif is shrouded in a cotton-wool haze, its highest peaks bursting through the cloud to touch the heavens.

The story goes that J.R.R Tolkien, author of ‘The Lord of the Rings’, visited Mount Mulanje in the 1930s and was inspired by its mystery, magic and beauty – so much so that he chose the mountain as part of the backdrop for his book.

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What our customers say...

Person on a tour
Cordelia Nelson

A great 3 days

So glad we decided to trek up Mount Mulanje with Snowden. It was quite challenging as I've never done a trek like this before but we managed to get to the top of Sipatwe Peak which was stunning. The whole trip was beautiful, the food great and Snowden was fab. Thanks very much.

Person on a tour
Bertie Roberts

Highlight of our trip to Malawi

Just a really untouched, beautiful trek - hardly saw any people which was great. Our guide was obviously really knowledgeable and we took a slightly easier / quicker route down to make sure we were in time for our taxi back to Blantyre. Overall a fantastic trek that was very well organised - would love to come back!

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