As soon as you step off the ferry from the mainland you will be
sucked in to the enchanting world of Zanzibar, rich in atmosphere
and history. Enjoy the sensation of being lost in Stone Town as you
walk down winding alleyways past old Arabian townhouses and
crumbling mosques. Relax on some of the best beaches in the world,
spot wild monkeys in Jozani Forest, or go scuba diving off Pemba s
unspoilt coast. Footprintfocus Zanzibar & Pemba provides
detailed and thoroughly researched coverage of Zanzibar, Pemba and
also Dar es Salaam the main gateway in to Tanzania. Includes
practical advice on getting to and around the islands plus
fascinating insights into the history and culture of this little
Arabia. Essentials section with useful advice on getting there and
around. Highlights map so you know what not to miss. Comprehensive,
up-to-date listings of where to eat, sleep and have fun. Detailed
street maps for Dar es Salaam, Stone Town and other key
destinations. Slim enough to fit in your pocket.
Loaded with advice and information, this concise Footprintfocus
guide will help you get the most out of Zanzibar & Pemba
without weighing you down.
The content of Footprintfocus Zanzibar & Pemba guide has been
extracted from Footprint s Tanzania Handbook.
Ausstattung/Bilder: 2011. 128 p. w. col. ill. and col. maps. 176 x 110 mm
Abmessung: 175mm x 109mm x 10mm
Originally from London, Lizzie has worked and lived in Africa for 14 years. Starting out on trips across the continent as a tour leader on overland trucks, she has sat with a gorilla, slept amongst elephants, fed a giraffe and swum with a hippo and is now something of an expert on border crossings and African beer. For Footprint she is author of South Africa, Namibia, Kenya and Tanzania; has written the only country guide to Nigeria and the first city guide to Johannesburg for Bradt; is author of the AA Spiral Guide to South Africa and Africa Overland, a glossy look at the overland route from Nairobi to Cape Town, is co-author of the DK Eyewitness to Kenya, and has contributed to Turkey and Egypt for Rough Guides. She has written various online African destination guides for leading websites in the UK and US including Frommers, British Airways and World Travel Guide.net. When not on the road, Lizzie lives in Cape Town. Sue Watt is a freelance travel writer based in London. Sue set out on a gap year from her day job with partner Will, travelling around Nepal for four months and then across Africa for eight. Inspired by her travels and an overwhelming desire never to work in an office again, Sue turned to writing and has since been published in Travel Africa Magazine, The Independent, Guardian Unlimited, Italy Magazine and is a contributor to 1001 Escapes to Make Before You Die.
1) Dar es Salaam; Stone Town; North to Nungwi; To the northeast coast; Southeast Zanzibar; Pemba Island.