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.
Culture Smart! Ecuador takes you beyond the usual descriptions of where to go and what to see, and gives you an insider’s view of the people, their history, their food, and their culture.
From exploring the colonial districts of Quito to indulging your senses at a authentic market, Footprint Ecuador & Galapagos will help you navigate this inspirational destination.
Footprint Peru, Bolivia & Ecuador will guide you from the unforgettably unique Galapagos Islands, through the awe-inspiring citadel of Machu Picchu, to the shimmering turquoise waters of Lake Titicaca.
From Inca ruins and tropical jungles to the vast open plains of Patagonia, Footprint’s South American Handbook provides comprehensive coverage, enabling you to escape the crowd and discover the continent for yourself.
John Hickman presents an intriguing cast of visitors to the Galapagos Islands, from Incas to whalers, pirates to Robinson Crusoe’s, the original Swiss Family Robinson and the revered Charles Darwin.
Covers from Peru north through Ecuador, Colombia, Venezuela, Guyana, Suriname and French Guiana including some parts of Bolivia, Brazil and southern most Central America. Scale: 1:4 000 000
From deciding when to go, to choosing what to see when you arrive, this is all you need to plan your trip and experience the best of Ecuador and Galapagos.
A double-sided waterproof map of Ecuador at a scale of 1:660,000. Included is an index as well as multiple maps covering Quito.
A double-sided map, one side featuiring a map of Quito and an inset of Quito and surrounds; the other featuring a map of the Galapagos Islands and an inset map of Guayaquil.
This double-sided map features an indexed street plan of Quito on one side and, on the reverse, an indexed road map of most of the country extending south to include Guayaquil.
Large, double-sided, indexed map of the South America – the northern half of the continent on one side and the southern half on the other.