Ethiopia - Travellers' Handbook: a travel guide that was conceived for the discerning traveller, the group and package tourist, and those people wishing to have a quick reference travel guide with a range of facts at their fingertips. In full colour the book provides a clear understanding of what there is to see and do in Ethiopia. The background and reference information conveys a wide-ranging view and it has been designed to be uncomplicated and straightforward to use, without having to constantly refer to abbreviations and symbols. It is a travel guide with a
user-friendly presentation that allows quick reference to topics of interest. The many map illustrations have been designed to be straightforward, clear and easy to follow. The book is packed with information and colour images used as illustrations.
As well as people, places and fauna, the book covers many aspects of Ethiopia including myths, history, development, political history, topography, Ethiopian Orthodox Church, language and reference data. Colonel John Blashford-Snell OBE, one of the greatest travellers and explorers of our time, has written the foreword. Other prominent organisations and people have contributed articles illustrating their exciting and heart-warming involvement with Ethiopia that are intended to further inform the traveller.The book contains completely independent travel advice.
Trevor Jenner, is English and has had a multi-faceted career that has entailed a host of travelling throughout the globe. He setup and ran a tour company operating specialist tours to Africa and India. In over two decades of travel to Ethiopia he has travelled to all points of the compass - from the historical north to the tribal south, from the dry deserts of the east to the humid forests of the west, from the depths of the Afar Depression to the heights of the Simien Mountains. He has covered them all - many times. Trevor still visits Ethiopia regularly and leads the occasional specialist tour. He loves Ethiopia and its people, his infectious enthusiasm and knowledge is plain to see.