InfoMulanje is a one-stop information and booking office for all things Mount Mulanje. This massif covers an area of 250 sq miles/650 sq km, largely comprising a plateau of rolling grassland averaging around 6500 ft/2000 m in altitude. This plateau is incised by thickly wooded ravines, while rising above it are 20 peaks that reach to over 8200 ft/2500 m. One of these, Sapitwa, at 9850 ft/3002 m is the highest point in Central Africa. No visit to Malawi should omit this fantastic natural feature.
InfoMulanje provide all visitor services on and around Mulanje. They make bookings for all accommodation around Mount Mulanje and arrange Department of Forestry and CCAP hut bookings on the mountain. They also organise guides and porters and give trail advice for for walks and treks up the mountain.
InfoMulanje assist with day trips to other interesting sights around the base of Mount Mulanje, and even make bookings at local restaurants. They can organize tours to one of the nearby tea-estates, giving more insight into the tea making process, including a factory visit!
InfoMulanje is located in Mulanje Chitakale and is an initiative of the Mount Mulanje Conservation Trust.