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The Mushroom Farm is one of the best places I have ever stayed. We had heard so much about it from friends who had been, and other travellers in Malawi and were worried that it couldn't live up to expectations, but it definitely did! It's...More
The Mushroom Farm was our favourite spot in Malawi.. We got stuck in Nkhata bay, which is amazing too, but the vibes and food at Mushroom Farm was more than worth it.. I wish we could have stayed for a bit longer (we had 4...More
There's no public transport there but if you get off the bus at the Livingstonia road junction, you'll be offered transport in various dubious looking vehicles. It took us about 45 minutes drive. (We walked down when we left, which was fine but the uphill...More
For the first time ever I experienced what it feels like to get emotional from views. The Mushroom Farm has the best views over the mountains around Livingstonia and Lake Malawi. It is well worth the hike/drive up the mountain.
The food is simply amazing,...More
We hiked up the mountain, which was just a bit further than I really expected (it's worth paying a guide a little bit to be shown the short-cuts and taking water purification so you can top up water from the stream) and arrived all sweaty...More
Hi Emily. If you are planning to go to Nkhata Bay, Mushroom farm is further nother. It is on the way towards the Tanzanian border. Your best bet is to go to Mzuzu and from there follow the directions on Mushroom Farm's... More
Hi Emily. If you are planning to go to Nkhata Bay, Mushroom farm is further nother. It is on the way towards the Tanzanian border. Your best bet is to go to Mzuzu and from there follow the directions on Mushroom Farm's website about how to get there. They are very thorough. Enjoy Malawi. It's a magical place