Malawi expeditions

Malawi at a glance

Population: 16 million

Terrain: Desert, rivers, forest, mountains (Itinerary dependent)

Get in touch to find out more about expeditions to Malawi.

Previous school expeditions

Every World Challenge Expedition is unique. Here are some examples of expeditions we’ve put together for previous schools. Take a look to get some inspiration for your trip, and an idea of what is possible with World Challenge.

Malawi

21 days

Day 1
Outbound Flight

Depart home

Day 2

Arrive in Lilongwe, Malawi

Day 3

Orientation day in Lilongwe

Day 4-6

Dzalanyama Forest Reserve trek

Day 7-8

Vwaza Marsh Game Reserve safari

Day 9-13

Nyika Plateau trek

Day 14-19

Rural community project phase

Day 20-21

Rest and relaxation on the shores of Lake Malawi

Day 22

Travel to Lilongwe

Day 23
Inbound Flight

Depart Malawi

Day 24

Arrive home

Malawi Itinerary

Malawi

28-day Mulanje Massif

Day 1
Outbound Flight

Depart Home

Day 2

Arrive in Lilongwe, Malawi

Day 3-11

Rural community project phase

Day 12-15

Zomba Plateau day trek

Day 16

Travel to Blantyre

Day 17-23

Mulanje Massif trek

Day 24

Return to Blantyre

Day 25-26

Liwonde National Park safari

Day 27-28

Rest and relaxation on the shores of Lake Malawi

Day 29

Travel to Lilongwe

Day 30
Inbound Flight

Depart Malawi for home

Malawi – Mulanje Massif

The great thing about Malawi is that it's small enough to fit in a variety of all its best bits. From taking a safari, visiting Lake Malawi, to trekking, Malawi's reputation as the heart of Africa is brought to life through the friendliness of its people and the beauty of its nature.
Michael, our Malawi Expedition Planning Manager

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expedition for your students

Desert, rivers, forest, mountains (Itinerary dependent)