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The Way of the Cross/ Njira ya Mtanda

Start from St. James Parish Church | Chilomoni High Road, Blantyre 123, Malawi
+265 882 67 65 39
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Deeply Spiritual and exhausting experience

Allow half a day, take plenty of water, enjoy meeting locals on this wonderful pilgrimage walk for... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
teeay65
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Melbourne, Australia
Moving and spiritual experience

We were frequent visitors to the Way of the Cross, The Way of the Rosary and the Shrine of Our Lady... read more

Reviewed 5 October 2017
Pamela P
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Staffordshire, United Kingdom
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The Way of the Cross is a Pilgrimage Trail available all-year round to Tourists, Pilgrims and anybody who wants to experience an extraordinary vista of natural scenery as well as taking part in a spiritually refreshing journey. The Story of the Way of the Cross begins in old Yugoslavia, Europe and is the world's 2nd KRIZEVAC (Croatian for Cross Mountain). Guided Tours Available in English or Chichewa.
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Start from St. James Parish Church | Chilomoni High Road, Blantyre 123, Malawi
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+265 882 67 65 39
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Reviewed 1 week ago

Allow half a day, take plenty of water, enjoy meeting locals on this wonderful pilgrimage walk for people from all churches - and take your camera. This is a wonderful experience and well worth doing. Don't do this when it is too hot - and...More

Thank teeay65
Reviewed 5 October 2017

We were frequent visitors to the Way of the Cross, The Way of the Rosary and the Shrine of Our Lady Queen of Peace, when we were in Malawi and would like to make this an annual retreat. A very worthwhile place of pilgrimage for...More

Thank Pamela P
Reviewed 25 February 2017

This was my first time walking the Way of the Cross and I hope it won't be the last. The bronze sculptures of the Stations of the Cross are beautiful and spiritually thought-provoking. The huge Cross at the top of the hill is also very...More

Thank Elizabeth C
Reviewed 2 August 2016

Nice and easy walk from Chilomoni to the top. Stunning view once you are there. Definitely worth it both for pilgrims and tourists.

1  Thank promovis
Reviewed 10 February 2016

the way of the cross is marvellous,people have been visiting the place on daily basis.make a date with Michiru

1  Thank 9godfreym
Reviewed 18 July 2015

The Way of the Cross is a beautiful place, obviously designed and made with love. My friends and I are not Christians but we were touched by the atmosphere. The walk is not too hard and rewards you with beautiful views from beginning to end....More

5  Thank Laura D
Reviewed 23 May 2015

I walked the way of the Cross along in May 2015. It is very easy to go. Just take a minibus at Blantyre market, and get off at St James Church Chilomoni.

5  Thank 000926
Reviewed 4 December 2014

If you need a peaceful walk in the countryside that is not too taxing then this si for you! The path is easy to follow and there are lovely views to be had as you curl up the path, higher and higher. You dont have...More

2  Thank Muggy_44
Reviewed 24 December 2012

I walked the way of the Cross with friend of mine in January 2012 while we were in Chilomoni half volunteering and fully enjoying this beautiful part of Malawi. The views are stunning and scenery gorgeous. I loved it. But for me the most rewarding...More

2  Thank cicaroy
Reviewed 17 November 2012

I walked the Way of the Cross one week with a friend and we went back the following Saturday to walk the Way of the Rosary - a different route but on the same mountain just to the west of Blantyre. Starting from St James...More

4  Thank Steve S
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