IntroductionThis beautiful historical town is perched high on the Livingstonia Escarpment on the top of a road with 22 hairpin bends. The settlement resembles an English village and has a spectacular view of the lake and surrounding region. Livingstonia was settled by Scottish missionaries in 1894 and named after the explorer David Livingstone. Besides the view, Livingstonia also has a nice museum on local history. If you visit the nearby Manchewe Falls (195 ft/60 m tall), peek into the caves behind the falls, which used to be a hideout from slave traders. This is the highest waterfall in Malawi. 240 mi/385 km north of Lilongwe.
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