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Quick Facts about Malawi

Area: 118,484 sq km
Population: Approx. 18,000,000
Official languages: English $ Chichewa
Time: GMT/UTC +2
Currency: Kwacha
Capital: Lilongwe

Malawi has an incredible variety of stunning landscapes. The unique rolling hills of orchid clad Nyika; the cool forested plateau of Zomba; the 10,000 feet climbers' paradise of Mulanje Massif; the broad and fertile Shire Valley. From rugged highlands to lowland plains - the scenery is ever changing.

About 20% of Malawi’s size are the waters of Lake Malawi. The country borders Tanzania, Zambia and Mozambique. Escarpments rise from the shores of the lake to a high plateau of Mulanje and Zomba

In the higher areas, the climate is pleasant, with temperatures averaging around 20 degree C between November and April, and 27 degree C from May to October. The rainy season lasts from October to April


>> Mountain Club of Malawi
>> Mulanje Mountain Conservation Trust
>> Wildlife and Environmental Society of Malawi
>> Malawi Tourism Council


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