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Malawi
Hiking Mulanje Massif: Mulanje Mountain, 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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tea plantation at huntingdon house
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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Updated July 2019 When you think holidays you think packing, booking a flight, accommodation and sun cream, what you may not consider is administration and health procedure. Visa, vaccinations, money, international insurance and medical precaution are also part of the trip but often forgotten. As we know all the procedures, we created a short guide...
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kudu
It has been a busy start to the year with the team getting out and about to some of the Lodges that we haven’t been to in recent months. This trip was particularly special and one to remember. We headed to the South of Malawi as we had a lot to get through and see,...
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kumbali lake retreat
Kumbali Lake Retreat Kumbali Lake Retreat is an eco-friendly lodge, nestled into the side of the Lifuwu Hill and overlooks the shores of Senga Bay on Lake Malawi. Although the location is not as scenic as some parts of the Lake it is a wonderful spot to relax and unwind, offering a private, rustic and...
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Malawi is a small landlocked country situated in Southern Africa. It is renowned for its Lake, which covers the majority of the country and famous for its indigenous species of tropical fish – called Malawian Cichlids. So you wonder how a woman spends her day to day life in a country called ‘the warm heart...
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The big day is nearly upon us, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle will tie the knot at Windsor Castle on May 19. Hundreds of millions of people around the world are expected to watch and listen to proceedings. With an estimated cost of £30 million and street parties up and down the UK, it is...
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Behind the scenes interviewing Mulberry Mongoose Founder, Kate Wilson –> we discover a shop less ordinary, where jewellery conceptualizes culture, community, conservation, empowerment and African beauty through three creative collections: Snare Wire, The African Bush & Zambian Heritage. The intricacies of each piece are breathtaking, although it’s the inspiration behind the first which has caught...
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