Ethiopia Travellers’ Handbook


Two decades of interest in Ethiopia and multiple trips to the country are the inspiration behind this comprehensive guidebook. Suggested itineraries, off-the-beaten-track ideas and concise accounts of the country’s history, plus colour images and descriptions of flora and fauna, demonstrate Jenner’s extensive knowledge of this fascinating place.

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Ethiopia Travellers’ Handbook, by Trevor Jenner

An exciting and comprehensive guide for the group and independent traveller. Right up to date, full colour throughout – there is no finer guidebook to Ethiopia. Packed with information and over 600 images and full colour maps, this book provides a clear understanding of all there is to see and do in Ethiopia. It describes all of the historical sites to see plus Ethiopia’s peoples, fauna, myths, history, development, political history, topography, Ethiopian Orthodox Church, language, and much more. Conceived for the discerning traveller, package tourist and people wishing to have a range of facts at their fingertips, this book has been designed to be straightforward to use, without having to constantly refer to abbreviations and symbols and with maps that are uncomplicated and easy to follow. Covering Lalibela, Axum, Gondar, Lower Omo Valley, the Danakil and Erta Ale, Lake Tana, the rock-hewn churches of Tigre, Great Rift Valley, Mount Wenchi and the Simien Mountains.

“An absolutely stunning book. It has made me think of all I missed and reinforced my determination to return to Ethiopia.  The book is a masterpiece, a masterclass on what every handbook should be – a thousand congratulations and a million thanks for my treasured copy.”   Joanna Lumley, OBE FRGS

Flexibound, 22.2 x 2.9 x 14.4 cm

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