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From Meponda, venture about 80 miles southwest to reach the renowned city of Lilongwe.
Lizard Island, 25 miles away, should be one of your first stops for clean, fresh air and a peaceful afternoon. It's well worth the drive.
The close-by localities of Lichinga and Kachulu are worthy of your time. They're located 25 miles east and 25 miles southwest away, respectively. Get in a car and find out what's going on!
When it comes time to tap into the adventurer within, gear up for some hiking. That said, there aren't many better ways to explore the beauty of the region's landscapes than with a bit of quad biking.
Looking for a bit of fun off terra firma? Mozambique is a fabulous place to go swimming and snorkeling. They're must-do pastimes, even for landlubbers!
Searching for some peace of mind? You might just find what you're looking for at Meponda's cathedrals.
Whether you enjoy the opulence of Michelin stars or gnawing on a simple street snack, tasting the local food and drink is one of the greatest things about travel. So why not tantalise your taste buds by digging into some of the region's delicious offerings?
Wondering about some of the typical ingredients used in the local kitchens? Prepare to be served banana and coconut milk in a number of your meals.
Ask a local what dish best sums up the region and pao (bread rolls) will probably be the first thing that rolls off their tongue. Peri peri chicken is another typical regional food you might like to tuck into.
"Stressed" spelled backwards is "desserts", and that's no coincidence. There's no more heavenly way to wave goodbye to your worries than with ananás com gengibre (pineapple with ginger), a treat that's often found on dining tables here.
It can be hard to separate the wheat from the chaff when it comes to good beers, but one brew worth knocking back is Manica. Grab a glass and drink up!
There's so much more to travelling than checking off attractions and sampling the local cuisine. It's also about interacting with the people and their culture. Enrich your Mozambique getaway by learning some local words and phrases. To start, have a go at saying "Quanto custa isto?" This translates as "how much is this?" One more common phrase is "Bom dia" ("good morning").
Want to join in on the Independence Day celebrations? Mark down the 25th of September in your diary and get ready to party!
You may be poor in Mozambican meticals when your holiday comes to an end, but you'll be rich in incredible experiences. "Até logo" Meponda!
When you're all set to fly home, allow yourself ample time to reach Kamuzu International Airport (LLW). Located 75 miles to the west from the middle of Meponda, this is the nearest terminal.