The Rough Guide to South Africa, Lesotho & Swaziland Paperback – 1 Feb 2012
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It has great photos and is well worth the purchase. I've found out all I need to know for a few days in Durban and travels to Greytown, Lesotho and Port Shepstone. Of course it can't cover every tourist attraction and every point of interest but it is a great starting point.
The history section is succint and very interesting for what you'd expect in a travel book.
South Africa is a stunning country with a troubled past and possibly a troubled future - but well worth the effort. The Rough Guide will help you make the most of your trip. Recommended
I love the fact that its full colour and contains lots of photographs.
We travel with a young family and my 5 year old son loved looking at the pictures and enjoyed using the wildlife guide on our visits to the Game Parks.
The information was up to date and relevant for pretty much everything and gave us lots of ideas of what to do on our trip and information about the majority of places we visited.
We have visited Lesotho, toured in and around Durban and the Hluhluwe/Imfolozi Game Park, and done the Midlands Meander all with the help of the Rough Guide.
Having tried other publishers of travel guides I have to say I find Rough Guides the most suitable for us as a family as I find some others are biased more towards Backpackers.
It was very useful both in Mpumalanga and the Eastern Cape, especially the latter. This was because this region is not as popular a tourist region as others yet was stunningly beautiful and vastly underrated as shown by its emptiness. Also, in this region, there was a lack of tourist information generally; except brouchures from the hotel so the book complemented this meager resource admirably.
Masses of information with street plans and maps of smaller scale covering larger areas.
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A splendid buy - just what I wanted and in excellent condition - thank youPublished 4 months ago by Mr R J Peck
Just what I wanted to prepare for planning a holiday. Plenty of information, maps etcPublished on 9 July 2014 by Mrs. S. J. Barrett
great guide,lots of suggestions for routes, restaurants and local information. We also used a Cape Town guide to go with this one for our tripPublished on 4 Mar. 2013 by sonia
Stranded and 4000 Euro out of pocket due to a mistake in Rough Guide to South Africa, Lesotho and Swaziland (seventh edition, February 2012). Read morePublished on 16 Feb. 2013 by Andralma