There is nothing quite thrilling like standing at the top of a mountain, with the clouds and the rest of the world stretched out below you. The exhalation of completing a difficult climb, the camaraderie of your new climbing friends, the knowledge that you have done something that few other people do, and the feeling that you are truly at the top of the world. It is no wonder that once people start climbing mountains, they never want to stop. Though undeniably exciting, mountain climbing trips require a level of advanced preparation and physical fitness that few other types of travel can equal. This said, to experience a thrilling hike or long walk, there is a need for such natural and beautiful physical features or landscapes that should give you the pleasure and beauty you want to see after burning your calories in the course of the long walks and climbs. Mulanje Mountain does have it all!
The Mulanje Mountain also known as the Mulanje Massif is in Southern Malawi and is only 65km east of Blantyre city rising sharply from the surrounding plains of Phalombe, and the tea-growing Mulanje Districts. It measures approximately 13×16 miles (22×26 kilometers) and has a maximum elevation of 3,002 m and its highest point –Sapitwa Peak is the target of many visitors to the mountain though there are many interesting peaks to explore.