Lonely Planet, 2007 - Travel - 1184 pages
Watch the sun set over the Niger at Mopti, where Malians trade fish for salt with the desert Tuareg.
Wake up to the tug of a trunk as elephants wander through your campsite in the Serengeti National Park.
Dip your oar quietly into the Okavango Delta as you drift towards a pride of lions lounging on the water's edge.
In This Guide:
24 authors, 49 countries, 1 delicious giant rat.
Covering more countries than any other Africa travel guide.
Feature chapter on Africa's development by veteran Africa journalist and best-selling author Michela Wrong.
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Review: Africa (Lonely Planet Regional Guide)User Review - Daniel - Goodreads
Yea. I read the whole thing. Information about all 53 countries. That's just how obsessed I am with the Motherland. My biggest problem with the book is I wanted more historical information/background about each of the countries and I found that to be the weakest aspect of the book. Read full review