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infoMulanje Tourist Office
Located at the junction of the Phalombe and Mulanje roads at Chitakali trading centre. Above Mulanje Pepper Pizzeria and opposite PTC.
Address: PO Box 200, Mulanje.
Tel: +265 1 466466 / 506
Fax: +265 1 466241
Email: infomulanje@sdnp.org.mw
Website: www.mountmulanje.org.mw
This office usually has booklets and leaflets for free or for sale. Also takes booking for huts, porters and guides.

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Mulanje Mountain Conservation Trust
Based at Mulanje Boma, the MMCT publishes a free quarterly newsletter called Sapitwa with lots of information (in English and Chichewa) about their activities on and around the mountain.
Address: PO Box 139, Mulanje, Malawi
Tel: +265 1 466282/179
Fax: +265 1 466241
Email: mmct@sdnp.org.mw or sapitwa@mountmulanje.org.mw
Website: www.mountmulanje.org.mw


Likhubula Forest Lodge
Likhubula Forest Lodge occupies a beautiful site at the foot of Mulanje Mountain. The lodge offers the perfect stopover or weekend away for those who wish to explore the forest and discover the beautiful rock pools and waterfalls in the area.
Accommodation is either in the main lodge or the camping site. The lodge has five bedrooms, of which two are en suite. One of these en suite rooms is separate from the lodge in an annex. If you have a large group it is possible to book the entire lodge and annex.
Address: PO Box 361, Mulanje, Malawi
Phone/Fax: +265 1 467737
Email: likhubula@cholemalawi.com
Website: www.cholemalawi.com/likhubula.htm

CCAP Hut (Hope Rest Cottage)
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This is managed by Scottish Churches World Exchange, who operate the Likhubula House mountain activity centre at Likhubula Forest Lodge.
Bunk beds have replaced normal beds and the cottage can now accommodate 20 people in beds with additional mattresses for others too. Two new toilets and showers are available. A new watchman’s hut, kitchen and toilet have been built and a porters' hut is now being completed. This cottage is now another suitable destination for big groups.
Address: Likhubula Forest Lodge, PO Box 361, Mulanje, Malawi
Phone/Fax: +265 1 467737
Email: likhubula@malawi.net
Website: www.worldexchange.org.uk/LikhubulaCentreMalawi.htm

Kara O'Mula Country Lodge
Kara O'Mula Country Lodge is located at a pristine site at the foot of Mulanje Mountain. The main structure is a renovated colonial building that was the residence of the district commissioner. It is 12km from the Likhubula Falls and the Dziwe la Nkhalamba natural pool.
You can choose between large corridor rooms (7) within the main building and the even more spacious chalets (8) with vantage views of the great Mulanje Mountain, the surrounding tea estates, the Thyolo Highlands and mountains across the border with Mozambique.
Address: PO Box 80095, Chichiri, Blantyre, Malawi
Phone/Fax: +265 1 466525
Email: jkatangwe@malawi.net
Website: www.karaomula.com

Mulanje Golf Club
(2km past Mulanje Boma on main road east towards Mozambique) has lots of info on Mulanje on a dedicated noticeboard and sells some publications behind the bar, which serves very cold drinks. The Club has many great facilities available, including accommodation.

The Society of Malawi
The Society was established in 1946 as the The Nyasaland Society with membership open to all. The aims of the Society are to:
- promote interest in literary, historical and scientific matters
- discover and record facts and information about Malawi which might otherwise be lost
- acquire books on Africa generally but especially books relating to Malawi, to serve as a reference library to be maintained for the use of members and visitors
- support the museums of Malawi
The Society organises regular talks on a wide range of topics and publishes an excellent journal twice yearly. It also has an excellent library and archive located at Mandala House, Mandala, Blantyre, open to both the public and Society members.
Address: PO Box 125 Blantyre Malawi
Email: societyofmalawi@africa-online.net
Website: www.societyofmalawi.org

Map Sales offices of the Surveys Department
Located on Victoria Avenue in Blantyre and near to the Golf Club in Lilongwe, the offices sell maps of various scales covering Mulanje. Most popular is the 1:40,000 map published in 1995 by Malawi Government Dept of Surveys. This has accurate representation of relief, huts and major walking routes (though it does not show Chisepo hut which is at ‘shelter’ on the map north of West Peak on route between Thuchila and Chambe huts).