Lonely Planet Publications. Madagascar is as beautiful as it is offbeat. Hankering for luscious biodiversity and top-shelf wildlife? You've hit the jackpot - spot ring-tailed lemurs as you hike through forested canyons or glide your canoe past cliffs carpeted with sleeping bats... Pick & Mix: buy and download individual chapters from this book Special coverage of Antananarivo's best French restaurants. Environment chapter written by specialist contributor. Special colour section on the diverse animals, birds and plants. Best-value hotels and hostels in Madagascar.
Madagascar Travel Guide.
$29.95 + $5.80 p&h or $16.80 foreign delivery
Item Code : BRAD15927
9th Edition. Bradt Publications. 478 pages. Combining the author's unparalleled knowledge of the country - the product of almost 30 visits in as many years - with contributions from nearly 50 experts and countless travellers, this is the guide to Madagascar. Close to 60 maps (all completely revised and updated for this edition), 15 illustrations and 24 pages of colour photographs bring Madagascar to life on the page. Those who are planning a trip will find this an invaluable companion; and those who aren't will soon find themselves wanting to visit this intriguing and unique island.
Madagascar Wildlife Travel Guide.
$27.95 + $5.80 p&h or $16.80 foreign delivery
Item Code : BRAD15928
3rd Edition. Bradt Publications. 176 pages. Beautifully illustrated with full-colour photographs throughout, Madagascar Wildlife is a celebration of the unique fauna of a remarkable island. Featuring over 250 species - from lemurs to millipedes - this guide is ideal for natural history enthusiasts and travellers alike. Newly discovered species and recently protected habitats are all covered in this fully revised edition. Also included is practical advice on visiting the key national parks and reserves plus special features on the evolution, camouflage, night-time wildlife and conservation issues. ? Fully updated and expanded to show the changes that have taken place in Madagascar, both in conservation successes and in the discovery of new species ? Over 275 colour photographs -- the vast majority of which are new ? Practical tips for wildlife watching and photography ? Madagascar was voted the 2nd most exciting destination by readers of Wanderlust magazine.