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an affiliate of Amazon.com, presents a collection of books on
Southern Africa, available here for on-line purchase.
Whether you intend visiting our shores, or are simply interested in
Africa, these titles should prove of value to you. We have carefully
selected our Top 10 titles and list them below. Why not click on any
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Fodor's Exploring Guides
are the most up-to-date, full-color guidebooks available. Covering
destinations around the world, these guides are loaded with photos,
essays on culture and history, descriptions of sights, and practical
information. Full-color photos make this a great guide to buy if you're
still planning your itinerary (let the photos help you choose!) and it's
a perfect companion to a general guidebook, like a Fodor's Gold Guide.
Dive Sites of South Africa (Serial)
...extremely helpful. Lots
of photos, driving directions (which may be dated, due to ongoing
construction and the transient nature of certain dirt roads),
intelligent evaluations of the myriad dive sites, and detailed
descriptions of local marine life.
GUIDE CAPE TOWN
pictures, good maps of Cape Town. Excellent charts. A lot of content set
out in a totally unboring way. If you find this guide boring then you
are simply not interested in Cape Town. However, if you are interested
in Cape Town then you will find out how useful this book actually is,
unless you are planning to live here. This is clearly a tourist guide
and Don'ts Around the World Africa...
" ...The Do's and
Don'ts from around the world is a unique publication which will help the
traveler have a better understanding as to the culture, the laws, and
etiquettes of the countries they are visiting."
Go 00 South Africa (Let's Go....
From indigenous cultures to
adventure travel on a budget, Let's Go leads the way. Now includes the
highlights of Zimbabwe, Botswana, and Namibia.
ROLL the bones to learn your future from a Basotho healer for $2.
PICNIC on cherries beneath snowcapped peaks for $1.
SWIM with the penguins at Boulder's Beach for under $1...
Speak of Africa - The Story of...
I Speak of Africa is the
story about the famous Londolozi Game Reserve situated between the
Drakensburg mountains and the Eastern seaboard of Southern Africa. It
goes back to the early days when man first discovered this vast wildlife
paradise where in 1926, a few months after the Kruger National Park was
proclaimed, Charles Varty and Frank Unger bought the farm Sparta on the
Sand river - in those days it was considered a remote, dangerous,
disease-ridden piece of Africa that no one in their right minds would
and Brandies of the Cape of Good...
The book opens with a
comprehensive look at the wine industry in South Africa. Following
chapters then delve into viticultural practices, grape varieties, and
cellar techniques at the Cape.
The text is layered in such a way that the reader is drawn towards a
series of interviews by the editor, Harry Stephan, with ten of the
Cape's premier winemakers. These interviews set out to explain how soil
and climate have affected the making of fine wine, and the winemakers
provide a fascinating study of...
South Africa (2nd Edition)
This 2nd edition Fodor's
Gold Guide is ideal for travelers to South Africa, who want to
experience fully the flavors, sights, and sounds of their destination.
A-to-Z listings of important contacts and travel tips, detailed maps
with bullets pinpointing hotels and restaurants, background essays, and
a comprehensive index make the perfect travel package...
Shock!: South Africa
You'll never feel
intimidated and awkward about the customs and etiquette of another
country again. With the insights provided in this CULTURE SHOCK! Guide,
you'll learn to see beyond the stereotypes and misinformation that often
precede a visit to a foreign land. Whether you plan to stay for a week
or for a year, you'll benefit from such topics as understanding the
rules of driving and monetary systems, religious practices and making
friends. There are tips on political traditions, building business
relationships, and the particular intricacies of setting up a home or
office. Great for the business traveler, the foreign exchange student,
or the tourist who makes a sincere attempt to cross the bridge into a
new and exciting culture.
The South: Travel Survival Kit
This thick book is worth its
weight in water if you're planning to venture to Africa's southern
region ... as 30 percent of all visitors to Africa do. Whether you want
to hike through South Africa's stunning Drakensberg Mountains or the
rolling hills of Malawi, admire Namibia's vast red sand dunes, dive on
Mozambique's pristine tropical reefs, experience the majesty of Victoria
Falls, or just wander the streets of Cape Town, Africa the South can
take you there. More than 170 maps help you navigate your adventure
around South and southern Africa. The book offers extensive coverage of
world-renowned wildlife reserves, comprehensive food, lodging and
activity recommendations, a language section, and an illustrated guide
to the region's birds and animals--including lifesaving tips on how to
avoid undesirable encounters with wild animals
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