Brazil Handbook

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Footprint, 2011 - Travel - 828 pages
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People-watch on the pristine beaches of Rio, spot all manner of rare wildlife along the waterways of the Pantanal and explore the lush forest and breathtaking waterfalls of the Goias Cerrado. Footprint's seventh edition of the Brazil guide is the perfect companion for the adventurous traveller wanting to get the most out of South America's largest and most diverse country. Jam-packed with information about the country's eclectic carnivals, passionate sporting events, vast biodiversity and spectacular scenery, this guide also provides up-to-date recommendations on where to eat and sleep and how to get around this vibrant country. 

*Brimming with information and suggestions on how to get off the beaten track, from dune-trekking in Olinda or birdwatching in Minas 

*Great coverage of Amazonia and the adventure travel scene including caving, canoeing, scuba-diving, hang-gliding, para-gliding and many more 

*Includes comprehensive listings from the Mardi Gras celebrations in Rio to the traditional parades and hippy festivals in Cidade de Goias and Bahia 

*Plus all the usual accommodation, eating and drinking listings for every budget 

*Full-colour planning section to inspire travellers and provide practical advice to help find the best experiences


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About the author (2011)

Alex Robinson is a photographer and writer who has been published by New York Times, Sunday Times Travel, The Independent, Vanity Fair and Departures magazine, amongst others. He was part of a team who won a national magazine award in the USA, an Editora Abril journalism award in Brazil, and was runner-up in Friends of the Earth International photography competition. Gardenia Robinson is a former investment banker from Sao Paulo who ran her own NGO on Brazil, working with sustainable tourism in local communities. She has researched and photographed books on the Amazon, Brazil and Mexico. They have been greatly assisted in the new edition of the Brazil book by their seven-year-old son Raphael.

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