Great Adventures (Lonely Planet Travel Pictorial)

Great Adventures Lonely Planet Travel Pictorial Lonely Planet The world s leading travel guide publisher Ancient trails Underwater chasms Ice clad peaks Great Adventures showcase of the world s most thrilling adventures takes you by boot pedal or

  • Title: Great Adventures (Lonely Planet Travel Pictorial)
  • Author: Lonely Planet
  • ISBN: 9781742209647
  • Page: 223
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Lonely Planet The world s leading travel guide publisher Ancient trails Underwater chasms Ice clad peaks Great Adventures showcase of the world s most thrilling adventures takes you by boot, pedal or paddle to awe inspiring natural spectacles and on adrenalin charged feats of endeavour You don t need to be intrepid necessarily, but you will need to embrace the spiritLonely Planet The world s leading travel guide publisher Ancient trails Underwater chasms Ice clad peaks Great Adventures showcase of the world s most thrilling adventures takes you by boot, pedal or paddle to awe inspiring natural spectacles and on adrenalin charged feats of endeavour You don t need to be intrepid necessarily, but you will need to embrace the spirit of adventure Authors Written and researched by Lonely Planet, Andrew Bain, Sarah Gilbert, Luke Waterson, Ray Bartlett, Steve Waters, Jim DuFresne, Lucy Burningham, Kerry Christiani, Greg Benchwick, Gabi Mocatta, Abigail Blasi, Joe Bindloss, Scott Kennedy, Sarah Baxter, Bradley Mayhew, Ben Kozel, Caroline Veldhuis, Paul Bloomfeild, Ben Fogie, Craig Scutt, Gregor ClarkAbout Lonely Planet Started in 1973, Lonely Planet has become the world s leading travel guide publisher with guidebooks to every destination on the planet, as well as an award winning website, a suite of mobile and digital travel products, and a dedicated traveller community Lonely Planet s mission is to enable curious travellers to experience the world and to truly get to the heart of the places where they travel.TripAdvisor Travellers Choice Awards 2012 and 2013 winner in Favorite Travel Guide category Lonely Planet guides are, quite simply, like no other New York Times Lonely Planet It s on everyone s bookshelves it s in every traveller s hands It s on mobile phones It s on the Internet It s everywhere, and it s telling entire generations of people how to travel the world Fairfax Media Australia 1 in the world market share source Nielsen Bookscan Australia, UK and USA March 2012 January 2013

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    1. This book makes a huge Bucket List for the adventurous types.Hiking, Diving, Climbing, on Ice, Snow, and Water!Dive in Bikini Atoll, bike through Vietnam, climb El Capitan (or even Mt. Everest!). Some animals get in the picture too--pandas in China, and wolves in Yellowstone. Been to Yellowstone, but did not see any wolves, much less walk with them. Maybe I will windsurf the Columbia River Gorge, since it is near me. Kayak in Antarctica? Maybe not! But hiking the John Muir Trail is doable.Seen s [...]

    2. When you're expecting to go to distant lands, braving new adventures, but only got some change for the bus way home, this would be the book which you seek. It has interesting tourist destinations, accompanied with thought-evoking pictures, and of course, well-written accounts of each location.I find the written reviews of each location brings excitement more than the pictures in itself, so this book would be better accepted by those who enjoyed reading, thus having more vivid imagination.

    3. I feel weird giving this book any stars at all. It includes a great reading list (of which I tried to add to my ) and tons of beautiful pictures. But Great Adventures is basically just a wishlist of amazing places and routes to travel along in the world. Many routes and places I'd love to go myself. Makes a great coffee-table book, but only odd folk like me will probably enjoy actually reading it from cover to cover.

    4. If you want some ideas for travel--the wild adventurous type--this book provides an overview. Although the book only covers a limited number, the full colour pages printed on large size paper with descriptions is good enough to dream your way to your next trip. One thing I liked about the book is that it covers diverse ideas that are unrelated to each other. This isn't a travel guide; it is an idea generator,

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