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on 4 April 2017
just as good as any of the other Lonely Planet I have been using so far.
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on 21 August 2009
It's impossible to tour Mozambique as a foreigner without some kind of local orientation, context and map, and this book is therefore an essential for all Mozambican travel.

The background information is helpful and the book is great for geting you oriented in new places.

Hotel, restaurant and bar recommendations date quickly, however, and be careful not to let the book completely dominate your decision making - go with a hunch and take random spontaneous opportunities that come your way.

Take this book with you, but bear in mind that Mozambique is a country which rewards the spontaneous, the instinctive and the brave.
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on 22 September 2003
This is a good enough tourist guide - if you are staying in the south but is very weak on the north. Updates are urgently required as information is very much out of date by a few years
The Bradt guide on Mozambique is far superior.
I've been to Mozambique three times now and I also recommend a good map.
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on 6 July 2012
We travelled Northern Mozambique (Quirimba archipelago) with both the Lonely Planet and the Bradt guide. In the end, we gave the LP to a local tour guide, as it is no where near as comprehensive as the Bradt guide, and there was very little on info other than on the south of the country. If you're thinking of travelling in the north of Mozambique, I'd strongly recommend the Bradt guide (http://www.amazon.co.uk/Mozambique-Travel-Guides-Philip-Briggs/dp/1841623423/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1341583353&sr=8-1), as all the info we found was bang up-to-date - including the little locally-run huts on the some of the smaller islands.
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on 9 April 2003
This is a good source to anyone searching for information on the country. It has a fairly good overview on Mozambique's history, society and economy. Besides, it is a very good tourist guide, with useful and reasonably updated information, very helpfull maps, and some great tips on traveling around, accomodation and restaurants. Having been to the country lately, LP Guide was a very good and useful travelling companion.
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on 24 October 2014
Delayed delivery, good comumication
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on 2 February 2015
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