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The small number of people who have undertaken the challenge of hiking off the plateau in the Nyika National Park in Malawi have experienced raw Africa at its best and are continually reminded of the immense value of wilderness in refreshing the body and spirit and understanding the importance of connection between man and nature.
The Nyika terrain is demanding and the distance travelled in a day in the steep, hilly wilderness areas, is surprisingly small until one becomes totally acclimatised.
Exploring the Nyika National Park (continued)
The northern valleys are generally sunny, at least between dramatic thunderstorms during the rainy season, which is mainly January to March. It is an awe-
Whilst the Nyika light is a special experience, the Nyika darkness is even more so. The southern sky is clear and unambiguous at over 2000 m. Stars, comets and planets are seen with unbelievable clarity. Unlike the ever-