South America on a Shoestring

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Lonely Planet, 2007 - Travel - 1148 pages
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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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So budget friendly and it has all the info I need to plan my trip before i embark embark to the south. Read full review

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Contents

The Guianas
741
Suriname
762
Guyana
774
Paraguay
790
Asunción
796
Around Asunción
804
Northern Paraguay
811
Peru
820
North Coast
899
Huaraz
913
Western
955
Eastern Uruguay
962
Directory
968
Transportation
981
Around Caracas
998
The Andes
1010

Transportation
828
South Coast
845
Arequipa Canyon
857
Lake Titicaca
864
Cuzco The Sacred
870
Central Highlands
891
The Northeast
1019
Guayana
1034
Amazonas
1045
Directory
1057
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