Antarctica. Ediz. Inglese
Lonely Planet, 2004 - Travel - 328 pages
Ready for the adventure of a lifetime? Gape at the icebergs looming over your ship, stand awestruck in the midst of a teeming penguin colony, or glimpse a minke whale surfacing next to your Zodiac – Antarctica will astound and transform you. Written by authors with intimate knowledge of the region, this bestselling guide is your essential companion to The Ice.
Get The Inside Scoop– loads of specialist contributions by experts in Antarctica’s history, ecology and scientific research.
Go Wild– know your albatross from your snow petrel with our comprehensive wildlife section.
Get There– choose the best tour, expedition or flyover with our detailed transportation chapter.
Find Your Way– 52 detailed maps to help you keep your bearings.
Talk The Talk– handy glossary of unique Antarctic slang and terminology.
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Write the summary. Antaractica is that magical land of the far south of the world. It's so wild and beautiful that it's hard to describe what it feels like to be there. It is coldest, windest place on ... Read full review
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I actually read this while I was beset in the Polar Bird, in Antarctica. It was a gift from a friend. Brilliantly researched and some of the expert iceberg contributors like Dr Jacka were in the next cabin! Read full review