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Morocco (Lonely Planet Country Guide) Contains a trekking chapter that provides practical advice for outdoor enthusiasts. This guide to Morocco lays emphasis on sustainable travel and comprehensive advice on purchasing Moroccan crafts. It contains a Culture chapter that helps you learn about the Moroccan way of life through local's Fatima, Driss and Amina. Tour Africa.
Botswana and Namibia (Lonely Planet Multi Country Guide) This is the only guidebook to comprehensively cover both Botswana and Namibia. The expert author has lived with Bushman and given a Harvard University dissertation on these tribal communities. It contains special sections to get to know the people of Botswana and Namibia, and explore the striking national parks and reserves. It also features a sixteen page colour wildlife section; and an extensive safari coverage. Tour Africa.
Wildlife of Kenya, Tanzania and Uganda (Traveller's Guide) The perfect companion for the safari enthusiast, this complete traveller's guide to the wildlife of Kenya, Tanzania and Uganda features 475 species of bird, mammal, snake, lizard, insect and tree. This is a must-have for all those considering a trip to the game reserves of this highly popular region. This series is designed to give visitors to far-away places a handy identification guide to the wildlife they might see as they travel around. Written and illustrated by wildlife experts who have been leading safaris in the region for over 20 years, each species is illustrated with a full-colour photograph and features a full species description. It includes information on wildlife photography such as the best type of camera, film and lenses to use, information on techniques, and codes of conduct. Tour Africa.
Out" Cape Town
Cape Town is all it's cracked up to be. It is still as alluring
to adventurers as it was when it was a port of call for the
spice traders in the 1600s. Today, visitors are treated to more
than just unspoilt landscapes and African exoticism, post-1994
Cape Town has dropped the shackles of its Apartheid past and
embraced all that the continent and it's European forefathers
have to offer. First World chic blends with bold Third World
colours and trendy nightspots exist alongside vibrant African
bars. It is a city that celebrates its differences, and from
secluded beaches to hip hangouts, from shopping malls to art
galleries, the spirit of the place will capture your imagination. Time Out Cape Town offers you all the sightseeing highlights,
points you in all the right directions for great shopping and
superb local cuisine. Offers local advice on how to get the
most out of your visit and every one of the 320 pages is dedicated
to giving you the best travel advice. Tour Africa.
The Insider's Guide
Zanzibar that land of allure. The name alone conjures images
of mystery, the aromas of spices and the charm of the humble
dhow. Zanzibar also boasts some of East Africa's most glorious
and unspoiled coastlines. It speaks of the romance of lazy languid
days spent soaking the sun on palm-lined beaches and taking
to warm tropical azure waters to dive and snorkel. But beaches
are not all Zanzibar has to offer. This guide takes you on a
journey through an archipelago that has one of the most vibrant
economies in the region and is home to athriving arts and cultural
scene. It also gives you insight into the life of the Zanzibari
people and the Swahili culture, offers practical details on
the various accommodation options and great shops in Stone Town,
and wonderful insider tips on where to find the best arts, crafts,
festivals and music on your travel. Tour Africa.
Africa (Eyewitness Travel Guides)
Tour Africa. The guides that show you what others only tell
you! Whether it's the wine, the wildlife or the watersports
that draw you to South Africa, make sure you see it all with
this essential guide. Explore the Palace of the Lost City and
plan your trip to Kruger National Park using the unique 3D models
and maps. With tips on where to sample traditional or fusion
cuisine you can soak up the true South African experience with
the locals. Tour
Mozambique (Lonely Planet Country Guide) Introducing the country's music, dancing, literature and architecture, this comprehensive guide offers an insight into Mozambique's legends and traditional religions. It offers information on everything from birdwatching, beach-lazing, snorkelling and surfing as well as a handy language guide.
Niger (Bradt Travel Guide Niger) A travel guide dedicated to Niger. Providing coverage of Niamey, Zinder, Maradi, Massif de L'Air and Tenere desert, it features the ethnic groups, the Hausa, the Peul and the Tuareg and vocabulary and phrases. It covers Niger culture and religion, Islam and animism, and social and ecological issues.
Mauritius: Rodrigues-Reunion (Bradt Travel Guide Mauritius, Rodriques & Reunion: The Mascarene Isles) Aimed at business travellers, ecological explorers and honeymoon tourists, this guide provides information about what to see and do in Mauritius, Rodrigues and Reunion island on a region by region basis. It covers watersports and adventure activities, including hiking. Tour
African Safari Photography Africa captures hearts and minds like no other continent. Its people, wildlife and habitats are often unique yet incredibly varied and nowhere is this diversity more apparent than on safari. For many photographers an African safari is the dream trip of a lifetime and experienced wildlife photographer Chris Weston reveals that knowledge that has helped him make it as a pro. Packed with inspirational images this book includes: how to plan your safari and what to take; photographic tips and techniques from a leading professional; advice on where and when to travel; in-depth guides to the best locations; and vital information on the behaviour patterns of animals.
Kenya: Photo Safari Companion (Safari Companions) Kenya, is home to a rich assortment of mammals and birds and has long been a popular safari destination for naturalists, wildlife enthusiasts and photographers. This book highlights the best areas for seeing game such as lion, leopard, cheetah, rhino, elephant and giraffe. The vast flamingo populations within the magnificent scenery of the Rift Valley lakes offer unsurpassed opportunities for photographers of all abilities. The authors share their field experiences and offer advice and hints to ease the way for visitors to this great safari destination.
This Earth: Photographs from East Africa
This is a vision of Africa quite unlike any that have come before:
photographs of wildlife as Fine Art.Nick Brandt depicts the
animals of East Africa with an intimacy and artistry unmatched
by other photographers who choose wildlife as their subject.
The pictures in On This Earth portray a world of drama and poignancy,
where the very souls of the animals seem to be revealed to us. Brandt creates these majestic photos, whether of moments of
quintessential stillness or bursts of dramatic action, by engaging
with these animals on an exceptionally intimate level, without
the customary use of a telephoto lens.Evocative of classical
art, from dignified portraits to sweeping natural tableaux,
Brandt artfully and simply captures animals in their natural
state of being. With a foreword by acclaimed novelist Alice
Sebold and an introduction by Jane Goodall, On This Earth is
a gorgeous portrait of some of the last wild animals, and a
heartfelt elegy to a vanishing world.
Fairest Cape: From the West Coast to the Garden Route
From the wonders of the West Coast to the glory of the Garden
Route and all that this scenic route incorporates, the cityscape
of the central business district, the famed flat-topped mountain,
its waterfront, Robben Island and the string of suburban settlements
that runs the length of the peninsula's rocky spine, the Cape,
with the splendour of its adjoining winelands and beyond to
the Overberg and the Little Karoo, remains the jewel in the
crown that is Africa. Captured here in image and words is a
celebration not only of the natural splendour of the city and
its surrounds, but of the many people and the cultures they
have introduced to the Mother City, from the ancient San to
the cosmopolitan citizens of the modern and vibrant city of
the Eyes of the Gods: An Aerial Vision of Africa
A gorgeous, oversized volume offers a rare glimpse into the
most inaccessible, unspoiled, and breathtaking corners of Africa,
through dazzling photographs of the continent taken from the
soaring perspective of a winged creature.
McCullin in Africa
Don McCullin's reputation stands as one of the greatest war
photographers of our times. In recent years he has photographed
the landscape surrounding his home in Somerset, but his later
travels have taken him to some of the most remote regions in
the world. His skill in photographing people in extreme situations
has enabled him to mix with tribes on the edges of civilisation.
His work among the people of Irian Jaya, including cannibals,
appeared in his last book, Don McCullin. McCullin's new work
in Africa reaches one of the last corners of the earth where
signs of outside influence are few, though they appear ominously
significant. Over the last two years Don McCullin has travelled
south from Addis Ababa in Ethiopia to the valley of the Omo
River leading down to the border with Sudan. There he has entered
the tribal lands of the Surma, the Gheleb, the Bume, the Erbore,
the Bene, the Bodi, the Karo, the Hamar and the Mursi. Extraordinary
body paints decorate many of their bodies. Metalwork adorns
their limbs, and, in the case of the Mursi, huge circular plates
extend their lower lips and piercings open up large holes in
their ear lobes. Tour
Wild Africa The climate and geology of Africa has remained relatively unchanged for millions of years since all the other continents were torn away with the result that animals and plants have flourished. This series covers Jungle, Coasts, Mountains, Deserts, Savannahs and Rivers and Lakes. Tour
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