Chile Footprint Handbook

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Footprint Travel Guides, 2009 - Travel - 632 pages
Discover all that Chile has to offer, from the Peruvian border to Tierra del Fuego, including Patagonia and the Chilean Pacific Islands. Take off and explore the highest geyser, driest desert and one of the highest lakes in the world with this totally updated and revised sixth edition of Footprint's guide. It is loaded with crucial travel facts, the most up-to-date listings and informative background information. With its diverse geography, serenity and stunning natural beauty Chile is perfect for travellers wanting to escape from it all. Footprint guides are written and designed for experienced, independent travellers looking to get off the beaten track. Written by a small team of experts with first-hand local knowledge creating books rich in places and attractions simply not covered in other guidebooks. Among the most comprehensive and detailed travel guides available, with more places to visit and things to do. Competitive prices and depth of coverage ensure Footprint offer the best value for money.
 

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Contents

Contents
26
Sleeping
35
Entertainment
43
Footprint features
59
Packing for Chile
623
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About the author (2009)

Janak Jani has lived, worked and traveled in more than twenty countries on four continents. He now lives in Valpariso, Chile.

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