South America on a Shoestring
Lonely Planet, 2007 - Travel - 1148 pages
Challenging? Check. Rewarding? Beyond your wildest dreams. South America is made for travel-the gripping, spine-tingling, adrenaline-charged type of travel you live for. Tred the Cordillera Blanca, glide along the Amazon, explore lost cities and samba up a storm. For backpackers, by backpackers, this best-selling, unbeatable guide gives you the tools you need to create your own adventure.
Get Off The Trail-emerging hot-spots, overlooked attractions, alternatives to the Inca Trail-our authors go beyond the obvious, and show you how to do the same.
Live On The Edge-the best spots for hiking, skiing, diving, surfing, rafting, paragliding, and other thrills.
Straight Talk-opinionated reviews ensure you won't waste a precious peso.
Tread Lightly-make a positive impact with sustainable-travel tips and volunteering opportunities.
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Review: South America on a Shoestring (Lonely Planet on a Shoestring)User Review - Stacey - Goodreads
I don't care what anyone says. No guide book out there currently can compare to the LP series. They are hands-down the most comprehensive, thorough, budget-friendly guides on the market, and their ... Read full review
Review: South America on a Shoestring (Lonely Planet on a Shoestring)User Review - Katie - Goodreads
actually kind of hit or miss, particularly on hostals where it seemed a few years out of date (ps, the el dorado in bogota is a love hotel); got better info off the internet and in hostals as we went; plus, heard good things about the moon guide. Read full review
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