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A great way to tour the surrounding villages, and the children run along as you ride by and wave at the passing horses which is really cool, a really different place to experience a horse ride, and finish it at the end with a bareback ride on and into the water of Lake Malawi at Kande beach. Pretty cool hey!
You can book rides at the Campsite and they meet you there....
Written Oct 16, 2004
Address: Kande Beach Campsite
The village walk which can be organised by the campsite is superb. you get a local guide who takes you all around the village, to the school, the hospital and the church. Whilst walking around all the local kids come up and hold your hand and older locals chat with you. You can take photos of them and they will take you to their hut where they sell local crafts.
We managed also to get a football team together and had a footy match with the locals which was great fun apart from we lost 2-1!
Written Feb 13, 2003
Spotted along the roadside in Kande as we were leaving town, is this where Burger King all started??? HE HE... mmmm maybe not. Didn't go in to check it out, but couldn't resist a photo to put on the tips here. Rather interesting and a bit of a laugh. It might not even be a real restaurant... but if someone finds it again, could they go in an email me and let me know?
Favorite Dish: I assume they are a Burger king and do burgers??? who knows...
Updated Apr 4, 2011
Address: Somewhere Near Kande Beach Lake Malawi
The local craft huts outside the campsite are worth spending money at. Bargain hard, and take something to trade, these guys love to trade t-shirts etc.
Updated Feb 13, 2003
Favorite thing: The campsite is a great place to relax and chill out for a few days and have a fair few beers at night! the lake is beautiful, and you can swim out to the island or take a kayak or pedlo. Theres nothing much on the island, just aload of rocks which you can jump off!
The villagewalk which you can do is a great culteral experience and one of the best things i done in Africa.
Written Feb 13, 2003