India

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Lonely Planet, 2007 - Travel - 1236 pages
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Travellers of all ages and budgets view their Lonely Planet guidebook as a trustworthy travel companion. Every country is covered--from Argentina to Zimbabwe--with reliable, up-to-date and practical travel advice. In each country guide are thousands of detailed listings, reviews and recommendations as well as inspirational highlight sections, a full-colour front section with stylish images, and comprehensive maps to even the smallest towns. With 26 years' experience in India, Lonely Planet publishes the definitive guide and, with 100 extra pages, the twelfth edition of India is the most comprehensive edition ever. It provides superior coverage of unexplored and out-of-the-way destinations, and a new activities section spans festivals, language classes, yoga courses and Ayurvedic massage.

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Review: India (Lonely Planet Country Guide)

User Review  - Grace Hardy - Goodreads

People who say to do it without the guidebook are either incredibly brave or flat out crazy! I couldn't have tackled India without this on a first visit! Yes there are occasional inaccuracies but ... Read full review

Review: India (Lonely Planet Country Guide)

User Review  - Savannah Darling - Goodreads

I've used Lonely Planet for everywhere I've traveled, and so far I don't think you can go wrong their travel guides. I'm looking forward to putting this knowledge to good use in India early next year. Read full review

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LONELY PLANET aims to cater for every independent traveller, whatever the destination, whatever the style of travel and whatever the phase of the journey.

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