Johannesburg to Malawi- Where we stop along the way!

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Johannesburg to Malawi Blantyre – It seems like only yesterday we were introducing our new route. Now, a year later, the route is in full operation and is transporting you and your loved ones to your desired destination daily. We are one of the most comfortable and affordable ways to travel to Malawi and we know you agree too. But I am sure you wondering which route we use you travel to Malawi, well we have you covered. Here are the stops along the way:

  1. Beit Bridge RSA/ Zimbabwe

Johannesburg to Malawi- Where we stop along the way!

Our first stop is at Beit Bridge. Beitbridge is a border town in the province of Matabeleland South, Zimbabwe. The name also refers to the border post and bridge spanning the Limpopo River, which forms the political border between South Africa and Zimbabwe.

  1. Nyampanda Boarder/Post

Our second stop is the Nyampanda Boarder Post. Nyamapanda is a town in the Mashonaland East Province of northern Zimbabwe It is a border post for crossing between Zimbabwe and Mozambique. The border post on the Mozambique side is Cochemane Nyamapanda is at an altitude of 579 metres (1,900 ft). A dam on the Nyamapande River (Inyapandi River) just upstream from the town provides for irrigation.

Johannesburg to Malawi- Where we stop along the way!

  1. Zobue/ Muwanza Boarder Post

The border post is situated at the Eastern end of the Tete Corridor approximately 118km from Tete and is the principal entry point when traveling with either the road-rail between Malawi and Mozambique. This border post point is on the Mozambique side.

  1. Blantyre

Johannesburg to Malawi- Where we stop along the way!

Blantyre is a city in the Shire Highlands, in southern Malawi. It adjoins the town of Limbe and is known for its British colonial architecture and nearby parks and reserves. On Chichiri Hill, the Museum of Malawi (Chichiri Museum) has exhibits on natural history and ethnography and also hosts traditional dances. Colonial Mandala House, built in 1882, houses the Society of Malawi Library and Archive.

Now that you know where we stop, why not book your next trip with us. Call us on 011 611 8000 | 087 352 0352 or contact our Citiliner Malawi, Blantyre office directly on: +265 99 401 0839

 

 

 

 

 

 

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