Mozambique

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Bradt Travel Guides, 2007 - Travel - 264 pages
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This newly updated edition of Mozambique will whet the appetites of travelers of all budgets and bring them up to date with the rapid changes that are sweeping the country, increasing its status as a new African tourist destination. Highlights of Mozambique featured in the guide include the new luxury lodges in the Qurimbas archipelago, the coral island of Ilha do Moçambique--a Cultural Heritage Site with a formidable fortress--the bustling Portuguese colonial cities of Maputo and Beira, and the exceptionally beautiful south coast. Features include:

*Watersports, first-class diving, pristine beaches and resorts*New information on the luxury island lodges of the north*Sections on health and safety, planning and preparation, plus Mozambican Portuguese*Getting around by public transportation
 

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Contents

Background Information
3
Practical Information
35
PART TWO THE GUIDE
95
Maputo and Gaza Provinces
119
Inhambane Province
133
Sofala and Manica
155
Tete Province
173
Niassa Province
195
Nampula Province
209
10 Cabo Delgado Province
229
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About the author (2007)

Philip Briggs, Bradt's Africa expert, is the author of six other Bradt guides--Ethiopia, Ghana, Malawi, Northern Tanzania, Tanzania, and Uganda--and co-author of Bradt's Rwanda. He lives in Johannesburg. Mark Whittington is a marine biologist who has lived and worked both out in the islands of Mozambique and the country's mainland. He currently lives in London, working for a marine environmental consultancy and training company.

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