Tanzania- (Anglais) Broché – 12 juillet 2012
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Wildlife galore, idyllic beaches, snow-capped Kilimanjaro, moss-covered ruins, friendly people, fascinating cultures – Tanzania has all this and more wrapped up in one adventurous and welcoming package
12 walking safaris in ‘big game’ areas, iInfinite views from the summit of Mt Kilimanjaro, 500 Zanzibari carved wooden doors (5 Zanzibari coffee spots) and 14,000 sq km of Serengeti wilderness
Clear, easy-to-use maps
Comprehensive planning tools
At-a-glance practical info
Coverage includes: Planning chapters, Dar es Salam, Zanzibar Archipelago, Northeastern Tanzania, Northern Tanzania, Central tanzania, Lake Victoria, Western Tanzania, Southern Highlands, Southeastern Tanzania, Understand and Survival Guide chapters
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1) Trip planning: Top 10 experiences, month-by-month activities, example itineraries, safari information, etc.
2) On the Road: This is the largest section. It's grouped by geographic region and includes maps, lodging, dining and activity info.
3) Understanding Tanzania: History, culture, wildlife (including color pictures), cuisine, etc.
4) Survival guide: A-Z directory, transportation, health, language.
I wouldn't consider this the ultimate go-to guide, but it's a very good overview that spans the broad range of topics. None of the sections seem very deep, but they give a good summary and can help you develop overall ideas for your trip plan. You can then use online or other printed reference sources to dive deeper into things that interest you, such as wildlife, more complete lodging options, tour operators, etc.
I'm very glad I did.
It's well-organized and user-friendly, has a decent illustrated section on wildlife and habitats, a good section about the history and culture of the country, and a comprehensive "survival guide".
The book is lighter in weight than many, which I appreciate. (I usually cut up my guidebooks in any case and leave irrelevant sections behind)
Anyone looking for glossy photos will be disappointed (there are virtually none of people and villages), but if you're going to Tanzania, you'll be taking your own.
Singida could be completely rewritten but one hotel leads to another until you are in the laundry-awesomeness cheap hotel across from the after dark chicken grill that attracts such chic people. Is there a convention in town? They don't look like missionaries.
I am impressed by the organization and sheer volume of work involved to compile this. It makes sense once you are here.