South Africa Lesotho & Swaziland

Armstrong, K.

9781741048902 - South Africa Lesotho & Swaziland

Artikelomschrijving

Tourism is now the leading export of South Africa, surpassing gold.

Expanded coverage in time for World Cup events in June 2010 including coverage of the 10 towns and cities where World Cup events will be held. Increased transportation information for DIY travel, from bus to 4WD routes Biologist David Lukas shares his safari spotting tips. Our authors have spent a combined total of 30 years in South Africa, and they're always extremely passionate about finding the latest hotspots Lonely Planet's partnership with Fairtrade Tourism South Africa provides unparalleled sustainable tourism options.
The pound is still strong against the Rand and as a result the British are currently getting very good value for money when visiting South Africa. South Africa's tourism industry will benefit from the estimated 3 million visitors expected for the 2010 FIFA World Cup and the billions of Rand that will be spent on infrastructure in the lead-up to the event (Southafrica.info)
*Did you know? South Africa has three capitals: Cape Town (legislative), Pretoria (administrative), and Bloemfontein (judicial)

Specificaties

Auteur Armstrong, K.
ISBN/EAN 9781741048902
Druk 8
€ 23,64

Artikelomschrijving

Tourism is now the leading export of South Africa, surpassing gold.

Expanded coverage in time for World Cup events in June 2010 including coverage of the 10 towns and cities where World Cup events will be held. Increased transportation information for DIY travel, from bus to 4WD routes Biologist David Lukas shares his safari spotting tips. Our authors have spent a combined total of 30 years in South Africa, and they're always extremely passionate about finding the latest hotspots Lonely Planet's partnership with Fairtrade Tourism South Africa provides unparalleled sustainable tourism options.
The pound is still strong against the Rand and as a result the British are currently getting very good value for money when visiting South Africa. South Africa's tourism industry will benefit from the estimated 3 million visitors expected for the 2010 FIFA World Cup and the billions of Rand that will be spent on infrastructure in the lead-up to the event (Southafrica.info)
*Did you know? South Africa has three capitals: Cape Town (legislative), Pretoria (administrative), and Bloemfontein (judicial)

Specificaties

Auteur Armstrong, K.
ISBN/EAN 9781741048902
Druk 8