Monday, 14 October 2019

Argentina - Patagonia (PDF Chapter) Lonely Planet

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Argentina - Patagonia (PDF Chapter)

On South America’s southern frontier, nature grows wild, barren and beautiful. Spaces are large, as are the silences that fill them. Patagonia offers an innumerable wealth of potential experiences and landscapes.

- gaze upon the blue-hued Glaciar Perito Moreno as icebergs fall in thunderous booms

- get immersed in the millennial forests and clear lakes of lush Parque Nacional Los Alerces

- hike under the toothy Cerro Fitz Roy near El Chaltén, Argentina’s trekking capital

Coverage includes: Coastal Patagonia, Puerto Madryn & Around, Reserva Faunística Península Valdés, Trelew, Gaiman, Área Natural Protegida Punta Tombo, Cama-rones, Cabo Dos Bahías, Comodoro Rivadavia, Puerto Deseado, Reserva Natural Ría Deseado & Parque Interjurisdiccional Marino Isla Pingüino, Monumento Natural Bosques Petrificados, Puerto San Julián, Parque Nacional Monte León, Río Gallegos, Inland Patagonia, Esquel, Trevelin, Parque Nacional Los Alerces, Gobernador Costa, Río Mayo, Perito Moreno, Los Antig-uos, Cueva de Las Manos, Bajo Caracoles, Parque Nacional Perito Moreno, Gobernador Gregores, El Chaltén, Parque Nacional Los Glaciares (North), El Calafate, Parque Nacional Los Glaciares (South), Reserva Los Huemules, Chilean Patagonia, Punta Arenas, Monumento Nat-ural Los Pingüinos, Parque Nacional Pali Aike, Puerto Natales, Parque Nacional Bernardo O’Higgins, Parque Nacional Torres del Paine.

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Sunday, 13 October 2019

Insight Guides launches new 'alternative-destination’ trips to help combat overtourism

London, 9th October 2019 — Insight Guides, the premium tailor-made trips provider and travel guide publisher, has released a list of bookable travel experiences designed to help ease overtourism and champion lesser-visited but still spectacular destinations.

Insight Guides trips are created by travel experts who live in their destinations and create trip itineraries that include cultural excursions and activities. The local experts use their specialist knowledge of their area to create unique trips that can be customised by the traveller.

New trips are regularly added to the Insight Guides website and can be searched by desired destination, budget, and type of traveller. Once a traveller has picked a trip, they are then put in direct contact with the local expert, who will organise everything for them.

Now, Insight Guides has released a number of trips to help travellers embrace the idea of visiting alternative destinations instead of the usual suspects, which in some cases is resulting in negative impacts on the local residents and environment.

Franziska Wirth, Insight Guides Trips Manager, says,

“Overtourism is a problem for a number of places right now, and some cities such as Amsterdam and Venice are taking steps to actually reduce the amount of visitors they get. At Insight Guides we understand why travellers are drawn to these fabulous places but we want to use our expertise to highlight alternative destinations that deserve their time in the sun. By encouraging our customers to travel to lesser-visited locations, we can help them discover places they wouldn’t necessarily know about whilst doing our bit to help local economies and residents experience the amazing benefits tourism can bring. It’s a win-win in our eyes.”

The exciting new trips are intended to draw visitors away from busy areas such as Paris, Cancun, and the popular West Ring-Road in Iceland, and help them have a more relaxing and authentic travel experience in other areas of the respective country.

Northern Spain instead of the more popular South
The cities, mountains and beaches of Northern Spain

Planned by Adele, local expert for Spain

Nine days from £1,044pp. Excludes international flights.

Southern Spain has been a busy tourist destination for many years. This self-drive trip avoids the touristy area along the southern Spanish coast, instead opting to take in the culture of the north and its natural beauty and the rugged beaches and coast.

Enjoy Shantiniketan with Lonely Planet's NEW India - West Bengal (PDF Chapter)


This is the West Bengal chapter from Lonely Planet’s India guidebook.

A sliver of fertile and densely populated land running from the tea-draped Himalayan foothills to the steamy mangroves of the Bay of Bengal, West Bengal presents a remarkable range of des-tinations and experiences within a single state.

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- gaze at incredible mountain panoramas between ridgetop lodges in spectacular Singalila National Park

- visit a tea estate, sip a delicate local brew and enjoy fantastic mountain views from historic Darjeeling

- soak up the cultural and arty ambience of Shantiniketan, a university town amid tranquil rural surroundings

Coverage includes: The Ganges Delta, Sundarbans Tiger Reserve, Up the Hooghly, Bishnupur, Shantiniketan, Murshidabad & Berhampore, Gaur & Pandua, West Bengal Hills, Siliguri & New Jalpaiguri, Kurseong, Darjeeling, Singalila Ridge, Kalimpong, Jaldapara Na-tional Park.



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Friday, 11 October 2019

The Rough Guide to Switzerland


The Rough Guide to Switzerland is the ultimate guide to the country where tourism as we know it first took off. The Alpine landscape that so entranced Thomas Cook’s pioneering group of package tourists in 1863 still draws tourists in their millions.

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Whether you’re looking to check out the 365 days-per-year snowboarding scene in Zermatt, wander the medieval streets of exceptionally preserved Bern or sleep on the straw in a Valais farm, you’ll find plenty of insight and advice from our team of expert authors. Beyond the hinterlands, we uncover the surprisingly dynamic alternative scene in Switzerland’s cities, its cutting-edge contemporary galleries and myriad film, music and design festivals, not to mention the scientists at CERN attempting to discover the neutron-sized building-blocks of our universe in the world’s biggest experiment.

Make the most of your trip with The Rough Guide to Switzerland.

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Boston - West End & North End (PDF Chapter) Lonely Planet


This is the West End & North End chapter from Lonely Planet’s Boston guidebook.

These side-by-side neighborhoods could not be more different from each other. The West End – formerly a multicultural, working-class neighborhood – was razed by ‘urban renewal’ in the 1950s. By contrast, the North End feels like an Old World enclave. Italian immigrants and their descendants have held court in this warren of narrow streets and alleys since the 1920s.

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- Pomodoro Strolling the cobblestone streets, browsing the boutiques and soaking up the Old World atmosphere in the North End and then squeezing into one of the candlelit tables for amazing Italian food and service.

- Liberty Hotel Gawking at the architecture and appreciating the irony that this former jailhouse is now a luxury hotel.

- Old North Church Gazing at the steeple and imagining the lanterns sig­naling the approach of the British Regulars (soldiers).

Coverage includes: Neighbourhood Top Five, Local Life, Getting There & Away, Sights, Eating, Drinking & Nightlife, Entertainment, Shopping, Sports & Activities.



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Thursday, 10 October 2019

West Coast Australia - Margaret River & The Southwest (PDF Chapter) Lonely Planet


This is the Margaret River & the Southwest chapter from Lonely Planet’s West Coast Australia guidebook.

The farmland, forests, rivers and coast of the lush, green southwestern corner of Western Australia (WA), traditionally the land of the Wardandi and Bibbulmun people, contrast vividly with the stark, sunburnt terrain of much of the state.

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- sample first-class wine and tuck into excellent seasonal produce at Margaret River wineries

- walk, swim, canoe, cycle, and dive in dramatic sea- and landscapes

- explore the labyrinthine limestone caverns along Caves Rd

Coverage includes: Bunbury Geographe, Bunbury, Busselton, Margaret River Region, Dunsborough, Cape Naturaliste, Yallingup, Margaret River, Caves Road, Augusta & around, Southern Forests, Nannup, Bridgetown, Manjimup, Pemberton, When to Go, Best Places to Stay.



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Explore Cabo de Sao Vicente with Lonely Planet's NEW Portugal - The Algarve (PDF Chapter)


This is the Algarve chapter from Lonely Planet’s Portugal guidebook.

Soaring cliffs, sea caves, golden beaches and sandy islands draw over four million visitors to the Algarve each year. Surrounded on two sides by the Atlantic, it’s a paradise for surfers, especially along the undeveloped west coast.

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- wind your way up the stunning - and secluded - west coast, after peering over the cliffs of Cabo de Sao Vicente, Portugal’s most south westerly point.

- lounge in waters off the untouched sand islands of Parque Natural da Ria Formosa.

- explore the Inner Algarve on foot, by bicycle or in a car, especially the villages of Alte and Salir.

Coverage includes: Faro, Estói & Milreu, São Brás De Alportel, Olhão, Tavira, Ilha de Tavira, Vila Real De Santo António, Castro Marim, Alcoutim, Loulé, Serra do Caldeirão, Albufeira, Carvoeiro, Silves, Portimão, Praia da Rocha, Lagos, Salema, Sagres, North of Sagres, Monchique.



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Australia - Darwin & The Northern Territory (PDF Chapter) Lonely Planet


This is the Darwin & the Northern Territory chapter from Lonely Planet’s Australia guidebook.

The Top End is frontier country. It feels wild out here; time spent exploring the region’s outer reaches will feel like exploring the Australia of childhood imaginings. This is the nation’s most rewarding Indigenous homeland.

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- watch the sunrise and sunset alter the earth’s colour palette on the strangely spiritual rock of Uluru

- experience wildlife, rock art and Aboriginal culture in Kakadu National Park, one of Australia’s premier parks

- hike through the hidden valleys and deep-red monoliths of Kata Tjuta (the Olgas)

Coverage includes: Darwin & around, Tiwi Islands, Arnhem Highway, Berry Springs, Batchelor, Litchfield National Park, Pine Creek, Kakadu National Park, Ubirr & around, Jabiru, Nourlangie, Cooinda & Yellow Water, Southwestern Kakadu, Arnhem Land, Gunbalanya (Oenpelli), Eastern Arnhem Land, Katherine, Around Katherine, Nitmiluk (Katherine Gorge) National Park, Katherine to Western Australia, Mataranka, Beswick (Wugularr), Barkly Tableland & Gulf Country, Roper Highway, Carpentaria & Tablelands Highways, Borroloola, Central Northern Territory, Tennant Creek, Devil’s Marbles & around, Tanami Road, Alice Springs, MacDonnell Ranges, East MacDonnell Ranges, West MacDonnell Ranges, Northern Territory’s Far South, Old South Road, Rainbow Valley Conservation Reserve, Lasseter Highway, Kings Canyon & Watarrka National Park, Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park, Yulara, When to Go, Best Places to Stay.



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Bali, Lombok & Nusa Tenggara - Central Mountains (PDF Chapter) Lonely Planet


This is the Central Mountains chapter from Lonely Planet’s Bali, Lombok & Nusa Tenggara guidebook.

Gunung Batur is constantly letting off steam; this place has an other-worldly beauty that may overwhelm the attendant hassles of a visit. At Danau Bratan there are sacred Hindu temples, while the village of Candikuning has an engrossing botanic garden.

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- admire waterfalls while trekking around the mountain idyll of Munduk

- hear the chant of priests at Pura Luhur Batukau, one of Bali’s holiest temples

- hike past old temples on the banks of ancient Danau Tamblingan

Coverage includes: Gunung Batur & Around, Danau Batur & Around, Bedugul, Candikuning, Danau Buyan & Danau Tamblingan, Munduk, Gunung Batukau Area, The Antosari Road.

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Explore the Raja Ampat Islands: Lonely Planet's Indonesia - Papua (PDF Chapter)


This is the Papua chapter from Lonely Planet’s Indonesia guidebook.

Even a country as full of adventure as Indonesia has its final frontier. And here it is: Papua, half of the world’s second-biggest island, New Guinea. It may be the youngest part of Indonesia, but Papua’s rich tribal traditions span thousands of years.

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- hike among the thatched-hut villages, tribal culture and mountain grandeur of the Baliem Valley

- dive and snorkel in the real-life tropical aquarium of the Raja Ampat Islands

- hike through steamy lowland jungle to visit the world’s most accomplished tree house architects, the Korowai

Coverage includes: West Papua, Sorong, Raja Ampat Islands, Manokwari & Around, Northern Papua, Jayapura, Sentani & Around, Pulau Biak, Nabire, Baliem Valley, Wamena, Yali Country, Southern Papua, Merauke, Wasur National Park, Asmat Region, Korowai.

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Wednesday, 9 October 2019

Ski in the Alps with the NEW The Rough Guide to France


Perched villages, gourmet food, elegant cities of culture - France isn't the world's most popular destination for nothing. Get ready to be wined, dined and romanced from dawn till dusk in settings that have inspired so many legendary artists, bohemian writers and passionate lovers. Whether you plan to sip your way along the Bordeaux wine route, whizz down some of the best ski slopes in Europe, marvel at world-class art or simply top up your tan in St-Tropez, this fully updated Rough Guide has it covered.

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Discover France with this comprehensive, entertaining, 'tell it like it is' Rough Guide, packed with comprehensive practical information and our experts' honest and independent recommendations.

Visit some of France's world-famous museums, eat in its legendary restaurants, hike or ski in the Alps or the Pyrenees or simply enjoy sitting in café, The Rough Guide to France will help you discover the best places to explore, sleep, eat, drink and shop along the way.

France's Top 10

1. Corsican Beaches

2. Abbaye De Fontenay

3. Cycling

4. Champagne Tasting at Épernay

5. Aix-En-Provence

6. Winter Sports in the Alps

7. Bayeux Tapestry

8. The Louvre

9. Les Gorges Du Verdon

10. Châteaux of the Loire

Monday, 7 October 2019

Cancun, Cozumel & the Yucatan Lonely Planet travel guide - 8th edition. Download Today!


Few Mexican destinations can dazzle you with ancient Maya ruins, azure Caribbean and Gulf of Mexico waters and colonial cities all in one fell swoop. Actually, there’s only one – the Yucatán. Swim in the caverns at Cenotes de Cuzamá, savor the flavors of Yucatecan cuisine, or top off a visit to Tulum Ruins with a dip in the azure waters below.

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Coverage includes: Cancún, Isla Mujeres, Isla Cozumel, Riviera Maya, Costa Maya & Southern Caribbean Coast, Yucatán State & the Maya Heartland, Campeche State, Chiapas & Tabasco, and more

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Saturday, 5 October 2019

Street art in vibrant León: Lonely Planet's Nicaragua - Leon & Northwestern Nicaragua (PDF Chapter)


This is the León & Northwestern Nicaragua chapter from Lonely Planet’s Nicaragua guidebook.

León has nourished some of Nicaragua’s most important political and artistic moments. Less polished but somehow more authentic than its age-old rival Granada, the city is beloved for its grand cathedral, breathtaking art museum, hopping nightlife and spirited revolutionary air.

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- mix with the university crowd and take in some politically charged street art in vibrant León

- climb spectacular volcanic peaks in the Maribios Chain, then enjoy the thrill of sand-boarding down its slopes

- catch one of Nicaragua’s world-class waves at Playa Aserradores, then chill out in a surf camp

Coverage includes: León & Around, San Jacinto, El Sauce, Chinandega & Around, Cosigüina Peninsula Beaches, Reserva Natural Volcán Cosigüina.

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See rock art at Jubbah: Lonely Planet's Oman, UAE & Arabian Peninsula - Saudi Arabia (PDF Chapter)


This is the Saudi Arabia chapter from Lonely Planet’s Oman, UAE & Arabian Peninsula guidebook.

The birthplace and spiritual home of Islam, Saudi Arabia is rich in attractions and stirring symbolism. For Muslims, the cities of Mecca and Medina, rich in Prophetic significance, have no equal.

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- wander beneath coral architecture and look for bargains in the country’s biggest souq in Jeddah

- admire the country’s greatest open-air gallery of sophisticated ancient rock art at Jubbah

- stare in awe at the hypnotic tawaf (circumnavigation of the Kaaba) inside the world’s biggest mosque at Mecca

Coverage includes: Riyadh, Hejaz, Jeddah, Taif, Mecca, Medina, Yanbu, Northern Saudi Arabia, Al Ula, Madain Saleh, Tabuk, Al Wajh, Central Najd, Buraydah, Eastern Province, Al Hofuf, Dammam, Southern Saudi Arabia, Abha, Jazan, Farasan Islands, Under-stand Saudi Arabia, Saudi Arabia Today, History, People, Religion, Environment, Survival Guide.

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Cycle to Rottnest Island: Lonely Planet's West Coast Australia - Perth Region (PDF Chapter)


This is the Perth Region chapter from Lonely Planet’s West Coast Australia guidebook.

You don’t have to travel too far from Perth for a taste of the rest of Western Australia. Visit the nearby coastal city of Mandurah, explore the Swan Valley and Perth Hills, or wander the heritage-listed towns of Avon Valley.

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- cycle to Rottnest Island, a private slice of coastal paradise to swim and snorkel

- explore otherworldly limestone prongs in Nambung National Park in the Pinnacles Desert

- cruise between winery cellar doors and tracts of forest in the hills east of Perth

Coverage includes: Rottnest Island, Rockingham, Peel Region, Mandurah, Dwellingup, Perth Hills, Hyden & Wave Rock, Swan Valley, Guildford, Swan Valley Wine Region, Avon Valley, Northam, York, Toodyay, New Norcia, Wildflower Way, Moora, Wongan Hills, Sunset Coast, Guilderton, Lancelin, Turquoise Coast, Cervantes & Pinnacles Desert, Jurien Bay, Green Head & Leeman, When to Go, Best Places to Stay.



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Lonely Planet's NEW Boston - Charlestown (PDF Chapter)


This is the Charlestown chapter from Lonely Planet’s Boston guidebook.

Spend a day following the Freedom Trail and you will end up in Charlestown, as the final two sites are located here.

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Besides seeing the historic USS Constitution and the commemorative Bunker Hill Monument, strolling inland from the Charlestown waterfront provides an opportunity to explore the neighborhood’s aged narrow streets, lined with 19th-century Federal and colonial houses.

- Bunker Hill Monument Counting the 294 steps as you climb to the top and then catching your breath while you admire the 360-degree view of Boston, Cambridge and beyond.

- Warren Tavern Sipping an ale at the same bar that propped up the founding fathers.

- USS Constitution Admiring the craftsmanship and discovering the ship’s long and storied history from US Navy sailors.

Coverage includes: Neighbourhood Top Five, Local Life, Getting There & Away, Sights, Eating, Drinking & Nightlife, Sports & Activities.



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Beach hut bliss on Palolem Beach: Lonely Planet Goa & Mumbai - South Goa (PDF Chapter)


South Goa’s coast is a series of resorts that range from the five-star hotel strips of Cavelossim and the village feel of Benaulim, to the backpacker-friendly beach-hut bliss of Palolem, Patnem and Agonda.

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- check into a beach hut on beautiful Palolem Beach, where you can kayak, learn to cook local dishes or just relax

- marvel at the colonial-era mansions in the rural village of Chandor near Margao

- learn about Goa’s traditional past at the Goa Chitra Museum in Benaulim

Coverage includes: Margao & Around, Colva & Around, Colva to the Sal River, Cabo da Rama, Cola & Khancola, Agonda, Chaudi, Palolem, Patnem, Rajbag, Galgibag & Talpona, Polem, Beyond Goa.



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Float a candle down the Ganges: Lonely Planet India - Uttarakhand (PDF Chapter)


This is the Uttarakhand chapter from Lonely Planet’s India guidebook.

Uttarakhand is a place of myth and mountains. Hindus think of it as Dev Bhoomi – the Land of Gods – and the dramatic terrain is covered with holy peaks, spectacular pilgrimage sites, lakes and rivers.

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- hike below stunning peaks to the source of the holy Ganges at Gaumukh

- float a candle down the Ganges at the nightly ceremony at HarkiPairi Ghat in Haridwar

- spot some stripes at Corbett Tiger Reserve, India’s first national park

Coverage includes: Rishikesh, Haridwar, Rajaji Tiger Reserve, Dehra Dun, Mussoorie, Yamunotri, Uttarkashi, Gangotri & Gaumukh Glacier, Kedarnath, Joshimath, Valley of Flowers & Hem Kund, Badrinath & Mana Village, Corbett Tiger Reserve, Nainital, Almora & Around, Kausani, Bageshwar, Munsyari.



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Explore McLaren Vale with Lonely Planet's Australia - Adelaide & South Australia (PDF Chapter)


This is the Adelaide & South Australia chapter from Lonely Planet’s Australia guidebook.

Escape the frenzy of Australia’s east coast with a few days in gracious, relaxed South Australia (SA). The driest state in the planet’s driest inhabited continent, SA beats the heat by celebrating life’s finer things: landscapes, festivals, food, and wine.

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- settle in for a cricket match or some Australian rules football at the magnificent Adelaide Oval, then catch some live tunes in this Unesco ‘City of Music’

- swirl and quaff your way through McLaren Vale, the most popular wine region in SA

- day-trip through Adelaide’s backyard, with cellar doors, markets and historic towns

Coverage includes: Adelaide & around, Hahndorf, Stirling Area, Gumeracha, Birdwood & Lobethal, Fleurieu Peninsula, McLaren Vale, Willunga, Gulf St Vincent Beaches, Victor Harbor, Port Elliot, Goolwa, Kangaroo Island, Penneshaw & Dudley Peninsula, Kingscote, North Coast Road, Cygnet River & South Coast Road, Flinders Chase National Park, Barossa Valley, Tanunda, Nuriootpa, Angaston, Clare Valley, Auburn, Mintaro, Clare, Murray River, Murray Bridge, Mannum, Waikerie, Loxton, Berri, Renmark & Paringa, Limestone Coast, Robe, Meningie & Coorong National Park, Mount Gambier, Penola & the Coonawarra Wine Region, Yorke Peninsula, West Coast, East Coast, South Coast & Innes National Park, Eyre Peninsula, Port Augusta, Port Lincoln, Coffin Bay, Streaky Bay & around, Ceduna & around, the Western Australia Border & around, Flinders Ranges, Southern Ranges, Quorn, Hawker, Ikara-Flinders Ranges National Park, Blinman & Parachilna, Outback South Australia, Woomera & around, Coober Pedy, When to Go, Best Places to Stay.



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Dig into the sand on Fernando de Noronha with Lonely Planet's South America - Brazil (PDF Chapter)


This is the Brazil chapter from Lonely Planet’s South America guidebook.

Brazil. The mere whisper of its name awakens the senses with promises of paradise: cerulean waters giving way to sun-kissed sands; music-filled metropolises and idyllic tropical islands; enchanting colonial towns and rugged red-rock canyons; lush rainforests and dense jungles.

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- fall under the seductive spell of Rio de Janeiro amid the whirlwind of wild samba clubs, sizzling sands and soaring peaks

- feel the breath of Mother Nature’s ferocious roar at jaw-dropping waterfalls Iguaçu Falls

- dig into some of the world’s most pristine sands at Fernando de Noronha

Coverage includes: Rio de Janeiro, The Southeast, Búzios, Ilha Grande, Paraty, São Paulo, Belo Horizonte, Ouro Prêto, Tiradentes, The South, Curitiba, Paranaguá, Ilha do Mel, Florianópolis & Ilha de Santa Catarina, Porto Alegre, Foz do Iguaçu, The Central West, Brasília, The Pantanal, Cuiabá & Around, Campo Grande, Bonito & Around, Corumbá, The Northeast, Salvador, Lençóis, Morro de São Paulo, Itacaré, Ilhéus, Porto Seguro, Arraial d’Ajuda, Trancoso, Maceió, Recife, Olinda, Praia da Pipa, Natal, Canoa Quebrada, Fortaleza, Jerico-acoara, São Luís, Parque Nacional dos Lençóis Maranhenses, The North, Belém, Algodoal, Ilha de Marajó, Santarém & Around, Manaus, Novo Airão, The Amazon, Porto Velho, Guajará-Mirim, Rio Branco, Xapuri, Understand Brazil, Brazil Today, History, Culture, Arts, Sports, Environment, Survival Guide.




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