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Lonely Planet Tanzania, Zanzibar & Pemba Paperback – July, 1999
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...for the adventurous traveler who wants to live like a native.' --Real Simple Magazine, June 2005
--This text refers to an alternate Paperback edition.
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Top customer reviews
For hiking Kilimanjaro, I like the Cameron Burns book. For wildlife reference, I like the Wildlife of East Africa book.
My only complaint is that prices get outdated very quickly, but there's not much you can do about that with a published book.
As a tour operator with Adventures Within Reach, this book is used by most of our clients. If you only have one book with you in Tanzania, this is probably the best choice.
I would definitely recommend the Rough guide over this.
- Very good content from Lonely Planet; meets expectations
- Kindle version is difficult to navigate, especially the TOC; regardless of whether you're reading on an iPad, Kindle, or computer
- No color photographs, maps or other visuals