An invaluable guide for all visitors to this most explorable, affordable, and tranquil of African countries whether discovering little-visited mountains, forests, and game reserves or relaxing by the main attraction, Lake Malawi. Wildlife and bird-species identification, conservation areas, game and forest reserves, hiking trails, and national parks up and down the lake are all covered in depth. In common with the rest of southern Africa, Malawi is suffering from the effects of drought. Tourists will see little of the much-publicized famine, but the warm welcome they receive is a reminder of how much the country needs its foreign visitors.
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This third edition of Malawi features all that you would expect from a Bradt guide, including comprehensive practical advice, information on local wildlife, conservation areas and a detailed history of the country.
Inside you will find: information on transport, visas, and accommodations; health and safety in detail; exploring on and around Lake Malawi; full coverage of national parks and forest reserves; communicating in Chichewa; 33 updated maps and town plans.
Philip Briggs, Bradt's Africa expert, is the author of five other Bradt guides, East & Southern Africa: The Backpacker's Manual, Ethiopia, Ghana, Tanzania and Uganda, and co-author of Bradt's Mozambique and Rwanda. He lives in Johannesburg.
Mike Copeland, who has updated this new edition, is a freelance writer for travel and wine magazines, and has spent his life exploring Africa. He lives in the winelands of South Africa.
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