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Group organises trip to Zalala Beach Festival

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By Sam Banda Jnr:

FLASHBACK—Part of the audience at the festival last year

A group has come out to organise a trip for people to attend Zalala Beach Festival in Mozambique this weekend.

The trip is being spearheaded by Unlocking Your Potential.

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Unlocking Your Potential Managing Director, Chimwemwe Luwani, said Tuesday all is set for the trip from Blantyre to Quelimane and back.

Luwani has since called on Malawians to be part of the tour.

He said they will leave Friday and come back on Sunday.

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“We want, through this trip, to have a feel of the Zalala Beach Festival and introduce them to the beautiful city of Quelimane,” Luwani said.

Zalala Beach Festival is an annual two-day event that takes place by the shores of the picturesque Indian Ocean in the outskirts of Quelimane City.

Luwani said this is a popular event which opportunity for exposure.

“This year, the event is scheduled for 23rd and 24th of November. Unlocking Your Potential seeks to work in partnership with event organisers for a successful event,” he said.

Apart from facilitating Malawian artists to perform at this year’s event, Luwani also said they are also planning to take a group of Malawian journalists and other key individuals to sample, not only the festival experience, but also the city of Quelimane.

Quelimane is a port city approximately five hours drive away from Blantyre.

“This makes Quelimane a business attraction to ambitious Malawian organisations as it is the closest and therefore natural seaport for Blantyre,” he said.

Luwani said travel from Blantyre to Quelimane will be on a leisure double decker open top bus and that the fun starts from Blantyre on departure up to the arrival time back to Blantyre.

“Limited spaces are available. People should book and pay for the bus ride in advance to Unlocking Your Potential. We have a Standard Bank account. Travellers have an option of paying for accommodation in advance, depending on choice of accommodation,” Luwani said.

He said those that choose to go on this tour must get ready with their passports for a new experience.

“The people, the culture, the food, the ambience, the atmosphere are different. The tour is good for those seeking for a mind-blowing experience,” he said.

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