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Supplies plenty of practical advice on how to bridge the cultural gap and planning a trouble-free trip. This book highlights are heritage hot-spots and details the nine national parks and several wildlife sanctuaries.
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In this comprehensively updated third edition of Ethiopia: The Bradt Travel Guide containing over 150 pages of new material, Philip Briggs invites you to share his sense of wonder at a country he describes as "the most welcoming, enjoyable and uplifting I have ever visited." He introduces a majestic landscape, a diverse natural history, the richest historical heritage in sub-Saharan Africa, and an exuberant and welcoming people who are "quite gloriously bonkers."Inside you'll find: where to find some of East Africa's rarest wildlife; national parks and wildlife sanctuaries; historic sites, including the rock-hewn church of Lalibela - the unofficial eighth wonder of the world - and the ancient palaces and stelae of Axum; 65 new or revised maps and town plans; places to eat and to stay. (5 1/4 x 8 1/2, 544 pages, color photos, maps, illustrations)
Philip Briggs is the author of several top-selling Bradt guides to Africa: East & Southern Africa: The Backpacker's Manual, and individual country guides to Ghana, Malawi, Mozambique, Tanzania, Uganda. He has also co-author of Bradt's Africa & Madagascar - Total Eclipse 2001 & 2002 guide and the forthcoming guide to Rwanda and is a regular contributor to travel magazines such as Wanderlust and Travel Africa. He lives in South Africa between travels.
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Book Description Bradt Travel Guides, 2002. Paperback. Condition: Brand New. New. Seller Inventory # A81673