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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.Philip Briggs has written and co-authored ten Bradt travel guides and has contributed to numerous other books, travel and wildlife magazines.
Philip Briggs has written and co-authored ten Bradt African travel guides, and has contributed to numerous other books, travel and wildlife magazines.
Table of Contents
|Background and History|
|The Natural World|
|Planning and Preparation|
|Travelling in Malawi|
|The Shire Valley|
|Thyolo and Mulanje|
|Zomba and Surrounds|
|The Lakeshore from Mangochi to Cape Maclear|
|Dedza and Surrounds|
|The Lakeshore around Salima|
|Ntchisi and Surrounds|
|The MI between Lilongwe and Mzuzu|
|The Lakeshore from Nkhotakota to Nkhata Bay|
|The Lake Ferry and the Islands|
|Mzuzu, Nyika and Vwaza Marsh Wildlife Reserve|
|Livingstonia and the Northern Lakeshore|
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