This is Mozambique

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New Holland, 1999 - History - 160 pages
The blue water of the Indian Ocean, a warm tropical sun and endless beaches framed with tropical vegetation are but some of the attractions of Mozambique. In This is Mozambique, the country's history, its people, economy, cultures, main cities and major tourist drawcards (including game reserves such as the splendid Gorongosa Park), its sea life and the beautiful Bazaruto, Inhaca and Benqguerra islands are discussed in detail in a comprehensive introduction. The second half of the book is divide into the southern, central and northern regions of Mozambique and takes readers on a full-colour photographic journey through the highlights of the country, as well as activities in which visitors can participate, such as diving and snorkeling, deep-sea fishing, and a host of other watersports.

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About the author (1999)

Ian Michler, a stockbroker by profession, has more than 13 years of guiding experience in Africa. He has lived in Botswana for nine years where he works as a freelance guide and photographer, specializing in travel and wildlife photographs. His work has been published in several magazines such as Africa - Environment & Wildlife, Africa - Birds & birding, and South African Wildlife Magazine. He was also the winner of the Bird category in the 1998 Agfa Wildlife Photographic Awards. His extensive travels and photojournalism has resulted in various books: This is Mozambique, Mozambique - A Visual Souvenir and Botswana: The Insider's Guide.

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