Mount Mulanje is a majestic mountain located in the southern part of Malawi. It is the highest peak in the country and one of the most iconic natural landmarks in the region. With its impressive granite cliffs, beautiful waterfalls, and diverse ecosystems, Mount Mulanje has become a popular destination for hikers, nature enthusiasts, and adventure seekers. Rising to a height of 3,002 m (9,849 ft), it offers breathtaking panoramic views and a variety of hiking trails that cater to all levels of experience. Several established trails and expert guides lead visitors through stunning landscapes, cascading waterfalls, and picturesque streams. The lush vegetation on Mount Mulanje varies from dense rainforests to grassy plateaus, providing habitats for a wide range of animal and plant species, and unique flora, including endemic orchids and rare species of cycads. The diverse birdlife in the area attracts birdwatchers from around the world, with sightings of rare species such as the white-winged apalis and the elusive yellow-throated apalis.