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This guide is the ideal companion for visitors to this beautiful and compelling southern African country. Written in an evocative style, the book is crammed with facts and interesting snippets of information, covering Zimbabwe‘s major tourist attractions: the game-rich areas of Hwange and Lake Kariba, the splendid majesty of the Victoria Falss, the pristine wilderness of Mana Pools, the rugged, granite splendour of the Matobos and the lush abundance of the Eastern Highlands. Pratical, user-friendly and beautifully illustrated, the book offers the reader advice on how to get around and what to see and do. Topics of special interest, such as canoe safaris and white-water rafting, are highlighted in tinted feature boxes. Particularly useful inclusions are: an introduction to Zimbabwe outlining the country, its people, the history, government and economy; a regional Advisory at the end of each chapter profiling the best times to visit, main attractions, climate, accomodation, tours and excursions, health hazards, and a list of useful addresses and telephone numbers; clear, full-color maps for each tourist region showing national parks and other places of interest; a Visitor’s Digest providing useful information on Zimbabwe’s currency, health regulations, postal services, safari operators, transport within the country, and much more.
Paul Tingay was born in 1941 in England. The author of this traveller’s guide to Zimbabwe has written several novels, films and travelbooks, including Wildest Africa, Globetrotter Travel Guide Seychelles and Handy Guide Victoria Falls. He enjoys nothing more than being in the wild with camera, notebook and binoculars. He and his wife, Ann, a teacher, have been married for 30 years. They have a son and three daughters.