Ecuador & the Galápagos Islands

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Lonely Planet, 2003 - Travel - 416 pages
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From rugged Andean mountains and lush Amazonian jungle, to serene Pacific beaches and wildlife-rich Galápagos Islands, Ecuador offers a unique landscape for every traveler's taste. Featuring - go wild - insider tips on the best trekking, diving and wildlife-watching; be responsible - detailed coverage of parks and reserves, conservation issues and ecotourism opportunities; travel happy - find the best options for accommodations, places to eat and transportation for every budget; speak up - using our practical Spanish-language guide; find your way - with 57 detailed maps.

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About the author (2003)

Rachowiecki was born near London and became an avid traveler while a teenager. He works part time in Peru and Ecuador as a leader for Wilderness Travel.

Palmerlee received a Sociology degree from UC Santa Cruz.

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