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Focuses just on actual activities and things to do. I was torn between this or the other recently released lonely planet South America travel guide for a backpacking trip. This cuts out all the irrelevant information about accommodation in each location which is what adds the bulk to the other lonely planet guide. I personally never find myself looking at accommodation options in these types of guides anyway so this works better for me, I generally use Hostelworld so I can see reviews, pictures etc. or else ask for recommendations from people you meet in hostels along the way. Good size and half the weight of the other guide too, so I would happily bring this book backpacking.
Revisado en los Estados Unidos 🇺🇸 el 16 de abril de 2020
A general guide for the traveler new to South America, or the indecisive one who's picked the region but not the itinerary.
It's a quick-reference, with highlights and itineraries covering top destinations, and leading off with a "top 20". Despite that necessarily narrow take on this glorious continent, many of the destinations will not be well-known to American audiences, so expect to do further research.
Travel planning today often suffers from information overload, decision fatigue, and lack of focus-- there's SO MUCH information on any and everything. Unless you have an idea of where you're going already, good chances that looking up something like "travel to brazil" will turn up ridiculously many results. Planning a multi-country itinerary? Good luck with that.
So this would make a great gift to somebody you hope to travel with, or to jumpstart your own planning. Step away from the screen and page through the book-- highlighter in hand, if you're the kind who likes to make notes as they read.
Lonely Planet has done a good job of adapting to the online world, where traditional guidebooks have substantially less utility. This guide is an example of that. If you're already experienced in a particular region or country, this book will add nothing new for you. But for somebody just starting, or overwhelmed with all of the available information, it's succinct, well-organized and on-point. Recommended.
5,0 de 5 estrellasGreat Bucket List Dream Inspiration but Large Scope Makes it Less of a Guide
Revisado en los Estados Unidos 🇺🇸 el 30 de diciembre de 2019
This is an absolutely beautiful guide and I can't help but pick it up and page through it. It has inspired a hundred daydreams, but to have a single book for all of South America makes it more of a coffee table book than a travel guide. I love it for what it is, but you would definitely need to find a bunch of other books to plan a trip. The scale of the suggestions are huge, lots of two week itineraries. Everything is on the grand scale, as grand as the continent. What the book does do well is help you narrow your focus from the continent to country by country. On a country level, you get a high overview that steers you to looking at a closer area. The images are great, the maps are good, the scale is just out of scale with my budget and time restraints. But I still highly recommend this book to anyone looking to visit South America who had only a vague idea of where they want to go.
Revisado en los Estados Unidos 🇺🇸 el 10 de febrero de 2020
This is a book on some of the best places in South America to travel to. With the usual excellent writing style, Lonely Planet has a book that will be necessary to travel with as you may not have internet access and this book will be It comes with a nice map attached to the back and interestingly, a ruler for the back page in both inches and cm. Up to date with information on where to stay and where to eat at each attraction. From Patagonia, to Machu Picchu to the Galapagos Islands, this gives very essential on the spot information easily and without having to use anything electronic. Trip planner, smart tips, great itineraries, this is an essential book for traveling through South America and seeing the best of the best in the best way at your fingertips. No internet needed!
5,0 de 5 estrellasFabulous Travel Guide and Splendid Reading!!!
Revisado en los Estados Unidos 🇺🇸 el 25 de diciembre de 2019
Not only is this an Amazing guide to the many magnificent sights in South America, it is also a guide to previous unknown hidden gems that I wasn't aware of prior to reading this Excellent Guide!! Love the photos and the precise and concise information of where to go, eat and sleep all over South America!!! Gorgeous photos of ancient cities and off the beaten track treasures....it is enjoyable just immersing yourself in the dream trip via this superb guide!!! Thank you!!!