East Africa

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Lonely Planet, 2006 - Travel - 672 pages
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Plan the African adventure of a lifetime with Lonely Planet's best-selling guide to East Africa; expanded coverage, from the foothills of Kilimanjaro to the volcanoes of eastern Congo; the best and most unusual places to stay from Zanzibar beach resorts to luxury tented safaris; insightful coverage of the peoples of the region; colour wildlife guide and up-to-the-minute information on gorilla trekking and safaris for all budgets; 120 easy-to-use maps.
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Get Active- detailed information on activities airborne, on-ground or underwater.

Get The Bacground- in-depth discussion of East Africa's poignant history, cultures and environment.

Hit The Road- detailed transport information and 120 user-friendly maps shows you where to go.
  

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Review: Lonely Planet East Africa (Lonely Planet Country Guide)

User Review  - Sancho - Goodreads

I am a fan of Lonely Planet and can say that I have been always safe following its advice. In this case, unfortunately, I realized I cannot do this trip, at least not yet... I have to save A LOT first! But WOW, how much I would like to do it... maybe one day! Read full review

Review: East Africa (Lonely Planet Country Guide)

User Review  - Jacqueline - Goodreads

First off, I love Lonely Planet guides! Secondly, I'd love to say that I actually read this book cover-to-cover but I used it to plan a trip through Rwanda and Tanzania. I agree with other ratings ... Read full review

Contents

The Authors
14
Itineraries
21
Snapshot
27
The Culture
33
The Peoples of East
46
Wildlife Guide
97
The Culture
109
Orientation
115
Kericho
403
Lake Kamnarok Kerio
410
Springs Shaba National
419
Marich to Turkanas
429
Activities
435
Festivals Events
441
Uganda
457
The Culture
465

Getting Around
126
Around Zanzibar
144
Pemba
151
Around Arusha
186
WESTERN TANZANIA
211
Mahale Mountains
217
Morogoro
223
Around Iringa
229
Njombe
235
Kilwa Kivinje
242
Makonde Plateau
248
Kenya
266
Sport
273
Information
279
Festivals Events
286
Shopping
292
Lake Magadi
299
Kisumu
397
Orientation
472
Eating
479
Getting There Away
485
EASTERN UGANDA
491
Around Jinja
498
Sipi Falls
504
Democratic
559
Burundi
565
Sport
571
Eating
578
Gisenyi
586
Cyangugu
592
BURUNDI
615
Business Hours
621
Photography Video
627
Lake
634
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About the author (2006)

Fitzpatrick grew up in Washington, DC and has traveled extensively in Africa, Asia and Europe. She lived and worked in Africa for six years.

Ray studied history and politics at Warwick University. He has been a journalist in London.

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