Malawi

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Lonely Planet, Jan 1, 2001 - Travel - 248 pages
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Some travellers linger by the famous lake. Others trek the spectacularly beautiful highlands. All of them enjoy Africa's friendliest and most laid-back destination. Share their discoveries by travelling with this indispensable guide. With - features illustrated section on Malawi's rich birdlife; - includes eating and accommodation listings for travellers on all budgets; - gives useful information on trekking through some of Africa's most stunning scenery; - offers advice about travelling on, in and around Lake Malawi; - 24 detailed maps, including full-colour country map.

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Contents

THIS BOOK
5
INTRODUCTION
11
FACTS FOR THE VISITOR
51
Copyright

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About the author (2001)

David Else is a professional travel writer specializing in Africa and has written numerous guidebooks and magazine articles. He has visited Zanzibar regularly since the mid-1980s. He lives in Sheffield, England.
Heather Tyrell has contributed to this new edition; she is a specialist consultant for a successful African-interest UK tour operator. She resides in London.

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