Mzuzu is the biggest city in Northern Malawi and the best place for exploring the country's Rift Valley, the charming Lake Malawi and Nkhata Bay area. The town is bordered by agricultural land where the tea, coffee and fruits are grown.
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The town is bordered by 2 main attractions: Nyika National Park and Lake Malawi. Lake Malawi is the second biggest and 3rd biggest lake in Africa. It is house to over one-thousand species of Cichlids out of 1,650 that has been identified scientifically. The lake lies between Tanzania, Malawi and Mozambique.
On the other hand, The Nyika National Park is the biggest in the country covering a place of 3,200 km. the park is placed about sixty km of the lively town of Rumphi and approximately 480 km north of the country's capital, Lilongwe. The park attracts animals like Duiker, Eland, Antelope, Zebra, Elephants, Buffalo and lions. Included to this amazing range is over four-hundred species of bird.
The affordable way to get from Johannesburg to Mzuzu by bus. Johannesburg to Mzuzu bus fare $16 and takes 40h 30m.
No, there is no direct buses from Johannesburg to Mzuzu. Anyway, there are services departing from Johannesburg and arriving at Mzuzu through Lilongwe. The journey, including transfers, takes about 30h 50m.
The travel distance of Johannesburg to Mzuzu is 1754km.
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Yes, the driving distance between Mzuzu and Johannesburg is 2212 km. it takes about 26h 50m to drive from Johannesburg to Mzuzu.
The top way to get from Johannesburg to Mzuzu without a car is to bus which takes 30h 50m and costs $1,084.