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Zambia

by Chris McIntyre 

£18.99 £17.09

Zambia Travel Guide – Travel advice and holiday tips including Lusaka hotels and restaurants, walking safaris, tours, Victoria Falls and Zambezi activities. Also featuring GPS coordinates, national parks and reserves such as North and South Luangwa, Lower Zambezi, Liuwa Plain and Kafue, Lake Tanganyika, wildlife, birdwatching, culture and history.

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Paperback
ISBN: 9781784770129

Published:  05th Jul 2016
Size:  135 X 216 mm
Edition:  6
Number of pages:  552
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About this book

For some 20 years, Bradt’s Zambia has been widely acknowledged as the best guidebook on the market, with superior coverage in almost every field. In this new sixth edition, background information – history, culture and natural history – remains as comprehensive as ever, while practical guidance, including in-depth reviews of lodges, hotels and campsites, is now stronger than ever for Victoria Falls and Zambia’s top national parks and wildlife areas. This new edition, whilst still providing full coverage of the country, concentrates on the places that people really want to visit in Zambia: Zambia’s game-rich safari regions and wildlife areas, along with the Victoria Falls. Also included are GPS coordinates for the small but growing number of self-drive visitors to Zambia, plus information on walking safaris and activities at Victoria Falls and on the Zambezi.

About the Author

Chris McIntyre went to Africa in 1987, after reading physics at Queen’s College, Oxford. He taught with VSO in Zimbabwe for almost three years and travelled extensively, before co-authoring the UK’s first guide to Namibia and Botswana for Bradt Travel Guides. He is now managing director of the specialist tour operator Expert Africa, and travels regularly to Africa, researching and updating his Bradt guides to Botswana, Namibia and Zanzibar, as well as Zambia. He is a Fellow of the Royal Geographical Society.

Reviews

Recommended reading – National Geographic Traveller