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Raft below Victoria Falls, step back centuries on magical Mozambique Island, relax on Lake Malawi s golden shores, watch wildlife galore wandering Zambia s plains. Throughout, soak up the vitality of this alluring Southern African trio. Mary Fitzpatrick, Lonely Planet Writer <br>"Getting you to the heart of a place"<br><ul>Amazing experiences Inspirational images, author recommendations and destination highlights. Plan the perfect trip Planning features and top itineraries give you the freedom to create your ideal trip.Get off the beaten track Our authors uncover local secrets that will make your trip unique.Special featuresSafari-planning adviceVictoria Falls coverageHistorical informationCultural informationWe tell it like it is<br>Our job is to make amazing travel experiences happen. We visit the places we write about each and every edition. We never take freebies for positive coverage, so you can always rely on us to tell it like it is.
"Africa's Top Wildlife Countries" highlights and compares wildlife reserves and other major attractions in the continent's best countries for game viewing - making the planning of the journey of a lifetime easy! African countries, and the wildlife reserves within them, vary greatly as to the types and quality of safari experiences they offer. This is the only guidebook that effectively assists travelers in choosing the best destinations for the kind of wildlife experience they would most enjoy by comparing travel options among all the top wildlife countries.<br>
There's more to Malawi than its lake. This fifth edition of the Bradt guide explores the country's rolling plateaux and massifs and its five national parks and four game reserves. Adventurers, meanwhile, can discover how to kayak off Cape Maclear, hike up Mount Mulanje or cross the wildlife-rich Nyika Plateau on horseback. The book covers the country's dynamic music scene and uncovers little-visited gems such as Dedza and Elephant Marsh. And if visitors must find a luxury lodge on Lake Malawi's palm-fringed shore on whose deck to sip their sundowners - well, this book tells them how to pull that off, too. An invaluable guide for visitors to this most explorable, affordable and tranquil of African countries, whose low-key charm most visitors find thoroughly addictive, Bradt's "Malawi" provides readers with advice on planning their itinerary, wildlife and bird species identification, conservation areas, national parks and a detailed history of the country.