Namibia Handbook: The Travel Guide

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Footprint, 2001 - Travel - 391 pages
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This updated handbook contains practical information to get around and explore Namibia, a wild and uninhabited area of southern Africa. It has been written by a team of Africa enthusiasts who have lived, worked and studied in Namibia for several years. The coverage of the guide is broadly based, encompassing the widely spread, established sights such as the Etosha game reserve in the north and the Fish River Canyon in the south, and the many less well-known areas of interest.

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About the author (2001)

Nick is a teacher by profession with many years experience working for VSO. He has been working in Namibia for this organisation for the past three years.

After living in Africa for eleven years Sebastian went on to take a degree in African and Asian Geography at the London School of Oriental and African Studies. He has visited Africa 35 times and travelled in all the countries between Nairobi and Cape Town.

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