We are a local company with many years experience guiding on the beautiful Mulanje Mountain, Malawi. Our non-profit company assists children with their education and contributes to conservation activity to ensure the future of Mulanje Mountain.Get Started!
Spend as many days as you can touring the peaks of the majestic Mulanje masif.
Visit the stunning Dziwe Lankhalamba waterfalls in a single day.
Tour our beautful tea plantations, see tea processing, and enjoy testing a fresh cup of beautiful Malawian tea.
Allow us to show you our diverse local bird populations before seeing local Malawian villages together with traditional dancing.
|2 nights 3 days||$160||$100|
|3 nights 4 days||$220||$140|
|4 nights 5 days||$280||$180|
|5 nights 6 days||$330||$210|
|6 nights 7 days||$380||$240|
Residents discounts available. Please enquire.
On the mountain please consider tipping the hut Caretakers directly, who work hard fetching firewood and water. After the trip, any tip to the Guide, Porters or Cooks is greatly appreciated.Before you go
Many accomodation options are available around the slopes. On the mountain, there are 9 cottages and huts operated by the Department of Forestry and another fully furnished cottage operated by the CCAP. We have range of accommodation for all tastes and budgets.
The Mountain does not have road access to the plateau level. There are about 15 paths that start at ~600m above sea level and rise to the plateau level above 2000m taking 3-4 hours. There is a 700m long aerodrome at 2100m on Lichenya plateau suitable for a light aircraft.
Should visitors require assistance to hike and climb up the mountain or give specific knowledge of ecology, we have certified Guides to assist you during you hike on the mountain. A cook can also be provided.
Should the need arise, a rescue off the mountain can be organised thorugh the a Mulanje Rescue Team. Understandably, a charge exists for this.
You should wear loose fitting clothes and sturdy hiking boots. You should carry a waterproof jacket, sunscreen, insect repellant, a hat with a brim, and a torch (with spare batteries).
You need to bring your own sleeping bag, plastic plate/cup, candles, slippers, towel, water bottle, and a backpack each (for yourself and porters). If you are self-catering, there is nowhere to buy food on the mountain, so you must bring your own from Blantyre or Chitakale. The Huts are basic with one or two rooms, pit latrines (drop toilets), and no running water. There are streams nearby and all cooking is done on open fires.Contact us
Ready to book your Mulanje Adventure Tour? Give us a call or send us an email and we will get back to you as soon as possible!
Mulanje, Chitakale, Malawi
+ 256(0)995 880 103 / + 256 (0) 881 032 710 (mobile)