This expedition takes you in to the heart of Africa and neighbouring Tanzania, Mozambique and Zambia you’ll find Lake Malawi, the third largest lake in Africa, which covers a fifth of the country.
You and your students can trek up Mount Malanje (3,101m), see Africa’s wildlife in their natural wilderness and meet the friendly locals who have been largely uninfluenced by the western world.
(They don’t even have a TV, can you believe it?)
This is an eye-opening destination to take your school and will leave many lasting memories.
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Scuba Dive in Lake Malawi
Trek the Famous Mulanje Massif
Explore the Forests of Dzalanyama
Grade - moderate
Altitude - 37m - 3,002m
Visa - No visa required but minimum 6 months on passport on arrival to Malawi
Capital - Lilongwe
Official Language - English
Population - 16 million
Climate - Malawi has a sub-tropical climate, which is relatively dry and strongly seasonal.
Religion - Christianity
Currency - Malawian Kwacha