Last updated on February 7, 2012
Zambia remains the best place in Africa for walking safaris, offering unparalleled opportunities to see elephants and other wildlife thanks to the expertise of local guides. But Zambia has much more to offer: vast tracts of open bush, Victoria Falls and the little-explored expanses of Bangweulu Swamps are just a few of the attractions for the visitor seeking the real Africa behind the travel hype.
In this second edition of Zambia: The Bradt Travel Guide, author Chris McIntyre has fully updated every aspect of travel in a country which is still scarcely touched by tourism, from accommodation and national parks to transport and adventurous activities. Indispensable both as a planning tool and as a traveling companion. This guide specializes in choosing the right lodges and camps; includes detailed coverage of national parks and illustrated wildlife section; safaris and how to organize them – walking, driving and canoeing; people and culture, including local festivals; adventure travel and adrenaline sports; total solar eclipse of 2001: getting the best view as well as 39 new maps and town plans.
Title: Zambia: The Bradt Travel Guide
Authors: Chris McIntyre
Edition: 2nd Edition
Pages: 416 pages
Publisher: Bradt Travel Guides