The book is divided into Call of the Wild, an introductory section; East and Central Africa, which includes Tanzania, Kenya, Uganda, Rwanda, Congo, and Burundi; Southern Africa, which includes Botswana, Zimbabwe, Zambia, Namibia, South Africa, Malawi, Swaziland, Lesotho, Seychelles, and Mauritius. Additional content in the back of the book addresses safaris, safari terms, Latin and scientific names for mammals and reptiles, suggested reading, places and people, animals and plants, and accommodations indexes. Also at the end of the book, we found a list of maps, charts, animal profiles, photo credits, and information about the author. There were lots of black and white photos and the first half of the book had about 30 pages of color photos. There was information on various kinds of photo, walking, gorilla, boat, bird watching, hot-air balloons, and honeymoon safari trips.
For readers seeking information on specific countries, following is a breakdown of the number of pages per destination contained in the book: Botswana, 36; Burundi, 8 ; Congo, 20 ; Kenya, 52 ; Lesotho, 11 ; Malawi, 15 ; Mauritius, 12 ; Namibia, 30 ; Rwanda, 11 ; Seychelles, 15; South Africa, 52 ; Swaziland, 13 ; Tanzania, 70 ; Uganda, 14 ; Zambia, 20 ; and Zimbabwe, 39 .
Date Of Publication 2003
Number Of Pages 688
Publisher Global Travel Publishers, Inc.
Size 8.4 x 5.5 x 1.4 inches
Weight 1.8 lbs