Kaya Mawa is frequently visited by a local choir and Malipenga and Chioda dancing teams. The Malipenga (male) and Chioda (female) dance team are an integral part of Malawi culture. Feathers in caps, socks pulled up to the knees, the haunting trumpeting of the calabash tells the story of colonial days gone by.
Things to do in Malawi
There are plenty of things to do on land in Malawi, too. You can visit Liwonde National Park, where elephant, black rhino, zebra and hippo can all be viewed. Or head south to explore Malawi’s verdant and peaceful tea plantations.
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Ideas for experiencing Malawi
Experiences you have as you travel often hold the longest memories. As part of their research trips, our specialists seek out authentic ways to get to know Malawi, and the best local guides. These activities reflect some of their best-loved experiences.
We definitely recommend taking a stroll or a boat trip over to the "town" and visiting the huge St. Peter's Cathedral which was built in 1905 by missionaries
Enjoy the drive to the huge granite outcrop where you will pass trout farms, dams and clear running streams passing through waterfalls on their way to the lowlands.