Guide to Zanzibar

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Bradt Publications, 1998 - Zanzibar - 226 pages
Zanzibar -- the legendary "Spice Islands" in the Indian Ocean -- is rapidly becoming more accessible, attracting an increasing number of tourists. David Else's definitive guide to the islands is now fully updated, including brand new maps and comprehensive information on hotels, guesthouses, restaurants, and transport as well as on the diving, spice tours, and wildlife reserves which this exotic and friendly location offers.

With background information also on the history and culture of Zanzibar, this guide provides everything a traveler needs to explore these beautiful islands.

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Chapter One Zanzibar A Profile
Chapter Three Planning and Preparations
Chapter Four Facts about Zanzibar

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About the author (1998)

David Else is a professional travel writer specializing in Africa and has written numerous guidebooks and magazine articles. He has visited Zanzibar regularly since the mid-1980s. He lives in Sheffield, England.
Heather Tyrell has contributed to this new edition; she is a specialist consultant for a successful African-interest UK tour operator. She resides in London.

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