South American Handbook, 87th: Longest running English language travel guide, The South American Handbook by Ben BoxSouth American Handbook, 87th: Longest running English language travel guide, The South American Handbook by Ben Box

South American Handbook, 87th: Longest running English language travel guide, The South American…

byBen Box

Hardcover | October 19, 2010

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The longest-running English language travel guide has once again been fully revised and updated by expert author Ben Box, providing the most up-to-date guide for discovering this incredible continent. Unparalleled coverage of the entire region with in-depth listings on where to eat, sleep and drink, as well as all the adventure sports, activities, arts, historic sites and culture this diverse and beautiful region offers. Whether it’s the blissful beaches of Columbia or getting off the beaten track on some wild treks you’re after this book has it all. This guide is the first thing to pack for any traveler who wants to step off the ‘Gringo Trail’ and really discover South America.

Ben Box has been series editor for the South American Handbook since 1989 and he has also been involved in footprint Central America & Mexico, Footprint Caribbean Islands, Footprint Peru and Footprint Cuzco & the Inca Heartland.
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Title:South American Handbook, 87th: Longest running English language travel guide, The South American…Format:HardcoverDimensions:1760 pages, 7.25 × 4.5 × 0.98 inPublished:October 19, 2010Publisher:Footprint HandbooksLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:1907263055

ISBN - 13:9781907263057

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Footprint -publishers of the most informative guides to Latin America on the market - LATA Awards - Footprint 'Best Guidebook' --Edward Paine, Chairman Latin American Travel Association


For concrete information and remarkably comprehensive coverage of an entire continent, it's difficult to imagine anyone stealing a march on this Footprint edition. --The Irish Times December 2009