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- Bradt Travel Guides Limited 2013; US$ 22.49
Malawi Travel Guide - Expert advice and travel tips including Lilongwe hotels and restaurants, Lake Malawi beaches and natural history, folk dancing and culture. This guide also covers birdwatching, hiking, Nyika Plateau, Nkhata Bay, Livingstonia, Likoma Island, Chongoni rock art, Cape Maclear, Liwonde National Park and Majete Wildlife Reserve. more...
- APA 2012; US$ 17.99
Select Guide Marrakech is a brand new inspirational guide to this vibrant city, offering authentic experiences, fresh discoveries, and a good dose of local culture. From the exotic souks of the medina to the glamour of the ville nouvelle, Marrakech is a riot of contradictions and extremes, at once African and Arab, eastern and western, desert town... more...
- Bradt Travel Guides Limited 2012; US$ 25.99
Mauritius Travel Guide - Holiday tips and expert advice on everything from Port Louis, Rodrigues and Réunion highlights to world-class diving and beach resorts. This guide also features suggested itineraries, wedding and honeymoon options, tropical wildlife and flora, hiking and water sports, Grand Baie, Roches Noires, Vieux Grand Port, St-Denis. more...
- Kuperard 2011; US$ 9.95
Mauritius is a conundrum. A small, exotic, multiethnic island nation in the Indian Ocean, to some it is a multicultural ?rainbow,? a haven of peace, love, and understanding. Others see it as ethnically divided, cultivating only ?sugarcane and prejudice.? Opinions differ as to whether it is a Creole island, a Hindu-dominated Little India, or a neo-colonial... more...
- Marco Polo Travel Publishing 2013; US$ 5.99
Experience the very best of Mauritius with this up-to date and authoritative guide, complete with Insider Tips. With Marco Polo Mauritius experience the jewel of the Indian Ocean up-close. Mark Twain once said that God created Mauritius first and then modelled Paradise on it. Whoever flies to Mauritius is looking for sun, sand and sea; what they... more...
- Bradt Travel Guides Limited 2014; US$ 25.99
Mozambique Travel Guide - Holiday travel tips featuring wildlife tracking and safaris, Maputo hotels and restaurants, resorts and beaches, UNESCO heritage sites. This guide also includes national parks and reserves such as Niassa, Bazaruto and Gorongosa, Lago Niassa, Ilha de Moçabique, arts and culture, Inhambane, Ibo Island and coastal highlights.... more...
- Bradt Travel Guides Limited 2015; US$ 23.33
Namibia Travel Guide - Expert travel advice including Windhoek highlights, homestays and guest farms, safaris and lodges, bush walking and activities, field guide. This guide also covers practical tips on itineraries and wildlife tracking, the Skeleton Coast, Central Corridor, Southern Kalahari, Etosha National Park, activities like dune-boarding.... more...
- Bradt Travel Guides Limited 2012; US$ 29.99
Nigeria Travel Guide - Travel tips and holiday advice featuring Lagos accommodation and restaurants, UNESCO World Heritage sites, primate sanctuaries and wildlife. This guide also covers suggested itineraries, local culture, Yankari National Park, ancient Islamic cities like Kano, the Oshogbo, Sacred Forest of Yorubaland, Calabar, Wiki Warm Spring.... more...
- Kuperard 2011; US$ 9.95
Nigeria, the most populous country in Africa with an internal market of 150 million people and an economy growing at around 8 percent a year, is potentially Africa?s next powerhouse. It is nearly one and a half times the size of Texas, with a landmass varying from sandy beaches and tropical jungles, to plains, mountains, and desert. This important... more...
- Original Writing 2008; US$ 9.95
This book is an account of an extraordinary year in East Africa. The author's motives for going there after leaving college were mixed: to seek what might be the last great adventure of his youth; to avoid the responsibilities of the real world as long as possible; and, through voluntary work, perhaps to 'do some good in the world.' On arrival in... more...