Month

July 2019
11
Hiking Mulanje Massif: Mount Mulanje, known to the locals as ‘the island in the sky’, is the highest mountain in southern-central Africa, and Sapitwa, its highest peak, overlooks the clouds from 10,000 ft. It is well worth a visit if you fancy hiking 46km, burning a quick 15,000 calories, having a 4-day digital detox, or...
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Where to stay in Zanzibar The moment you step off the ferry, you are hit with a wave of warm air and humidity. This is Zanzibar’s signature welcome and that’s when you know you have arrived. Already, I’m surrounded by the hustle and bustle of island life, the sound of clanging containers being offloaded, vendors...
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The Charming Huntingdon House Arriving in Blantyre it’s hard to imagine what lies just 55 kilometres away; a haven, of luminous green rolling hills of tea bushes that look soft enough to sleep on, dotted with flat top Acacia’s that epitomise the African landscape. Driving through the winding roads of the Thyolo district up to...
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