"The most comprehensive, well-researched and up-to-date guidebook now available in English. Highly recommended." --"Travel Resource Guides "
"Philip Briggs presents the eminently visitable Malawi in a way that avoids the patronising and disdainful tone of so many other guides dealing with developing countries. His affection and respect for Malawi and Malawians shines through the most mundane advise. . . . Reflects an approach to travel which delights simply in being in a place, rather than crossing off the sights." --"Mail and Guardian, South Africa "
An introduction for all visitors to this explorable, affordable and tranquil African country, whether discovering little-visited mountains, forests and game reserves or relaxing by the main attraction, Lake Malawi. Wildlife and bird identification, conservation areas, game and forest reserves 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-publicised famine, but the warm welcome they receive is a reminder of how much the country needs its foreign visitors. This guide covers everything a visitor should need to know, from overland routes into and around Malawi, local travel networks, maps and town plans, to wildlife-viewing opportunities and accommodation - from simple rest houses to luxurious game lodges. It is highly focused on independent travellers' needs, including health and safety and local language.
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