Lilongwe, the national capital, is situated 150 miles (241 kilometers) northwest of Blantyre.
Spend time exploring while you are here. Start with a visit to the the St. Michael and All Angel's Church.
To discover why so many people select Malawi as a holiday destination, make sure you and your travel buddies spend a bit more time in the wider area. Blantyre, lies approximately 1 mile (1. 6 kilometers) to the south. Here you can experience the St. Michael and All Angel's Church and Kamazu Stadium.
Kamazu Stadium is a great place to experience Malawi's passion for soccer, and to see the Big Bullets F. C., in all their glory. Kamazu Stadium is in Blantyre, 2 miles (3 kilometers) away. To fit in, be sure to wear red and white, the colors of the Big Bullets F. C..
Pack comfortable shoes and join a knowledgeable guide for one of the fascinating wildlife safaris, guided nature walks and wildlife spotting tours.
Delve into the culinary arts of Malawi by checking out popular local food. Corn as well as potato are commonly used in meals in this area. There are lots of specialty meals in this area. Sample nthochi (bread) or biltong (jerky like beef). Malawi dishes such as nthochi (banana bread) are also great to try. If you are used to strong alcoholic drinks, order Gold Label brandy and bring out a toast to the simple pleasures of life in Malawi. To try a typical non-alcoholic option, try the flavors of soft drink.
Your time in Blantyre will reward you with spectacular photos and delightful memories to keep forever.