Rwanda

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Bradt Travel Guides, Mar 16, 2010 - Travel - 278 pages
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?More impressive even than the gorillas' size and bearing is their unfathomable attitude to their daily human visitors?almost everybody who visits the gorillas experiences an almost mystical sense of recognition,' writes Philip Briggs in Bradt's Rwanda of the country's most popular residents. Fifteen years on from the tragic genocide of 1994, Rwanda is rapidly emerging as one of Africa's most exciting ecotourism destinations, with three diverse national parks. Bradt's Rwanda is the only English-language guidebook dedicated to the country, and this updated fourth edition lists the newest hotels, tours, activities, operators ? and, of course, information on how to track its famous mountain gorillas.

 

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Contents

Background Information
3
Practical information
47
Health
64
The road to Butare Huye
115
Butare Huye
128
Nyungwe Forest National Park
139
Lake Kivu
155
Ruhengeri Musanze and Surrounds
189
Volcanoes National Park
211
Eastern Rwanda
233
Akagera National Park
249
Language
263
Further Information
269
Akagera National Park 248
275
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About the author (2010)

Philip Briggs has written and co-authored ten Bradt African travel guides, and has contributed to numerous other books, travel and wildlife magazines.

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