A fascinating journey southwards along the world’s longest mountain range, exploring the diverse geography and cultures of the terrain, and the compelling stories of Andean travellers past and present.
Andina is the first ever book to capture the food and scenery of the Andes and the spirit of its people and traditions.
This clear, compact phrase book for travellers is packed with key words and phrases to help conversation.
This brand new multi-language phrase book will ensure you travel throughout South America with ease. From Ecuador to Brazil, Mexico to the Andes, it s all covered in this handy little book featuring Brazilian Portuguese, Latin American Spanish, Mexican Spanish and Quechua.
Nell Stevens travelled to Bleaker Island (official population: two) in the Falkland Islands to spend three months writing the novel that will make her name. But she didn’t count on the isolation getting to her.
Borch’s soft-laminated folded map of Chile shows: Northern Chile, Central Chile, Santiago, Southern Chile & Patagonia, Torres del Paine National Park, Robinson Crusoe Island, Easter Island, Punta Arenas, Antofagasta, Iquique, Valparaiso, Arica, La Serena, Vina del Mar.
This soft-laminated folded map of Peru (13th edition) includes maps of Peru North, Peru South, Amazonian Peru, Central Lima, Greater Lima, Central Cuzco, Greater Cuzco, Ayacucho, Arequipa, Chan Chan, Trujillo, Sacsayhuaman, and Machu Picchu.
This is the first guidebook focussed entirely on the magnificent and historic road uniting northern and southern Patagonia.
Bradt’s Colombia enchants wildlife fanatics and provides plenty of first-hand insight into striking colonial cities, rainforests, beaches, historic villages and secret gems.
Written by two expert naturalists who are passionate about the Galápagos, this guide is packed with entertaining descriptions, while full-colour photography aids in identifying key species both on land and below water.
With background sections covering the rich history and culture of this hospitable country as well as all the practical information you will need, Bradt’s Paraguay remains the essential choice for the curious visitor.
The first dedicated English-language guidebook to an emergent and largely unspoiled ecotourist destination otherwise overlooked by the travel publishing industry.