Learn about explorers, evolution and tales of explorers like Charles Darwin from the most popular Galapagos books. Including Lonesome George, A Natural History, ...
Books for Tanzania Safari lists down reading options for travelers to inform themselves before they plan a safari in Tanzania.
Whether on the Salkantay trek or the Inca trail, in the book, you’ll be able to find detailed explanations of different areas of Machu Picchu because, in all fairness, it’s pity to go all the way up there and have no idea what you’re looking at. Even if you have a guide with you, it’s a good idea to read this book beforehand. That way you’ll..
The tipping ceremony on Kilimanjaro is one of the lesser explored subjects. This post contains an extract from Dr. Joel Batzolfin's book, One Step at a Time, that describes this happy ceremony in detail.
If you’re an aspiring tourist, trekker, or just a sucker for random knowledge, there is a vast amount of information required to effectively navigate Nepal’s terrain, understand its people, and appreciate its culture. I’ve laid out eight books for you to consider should you be interested in, or already planning on, exploring the vast countryside of Nepal.
Author Eva Melusine Thieme shares her Kilimanjaro experience. An excellent read for those looking to climb Kilimanjaro. After almost seven hours of walking we glimpse the camp not far in front of us. I admit that I’m relieved to be here. Throughout the afternoon the path has been so steep that it mostly consisted of huge steps, cut into the slope and reinforced with wooden planks so that it felt like we were climbing up a giant and endless staircase. Each upward stride was so strenuous that we walked pole pole
If you're planning a trip to Kilimanjaro, the following books on Climbing Mount Kilimanjaro are for you. Ranging from stories about Kilimnajaro to climbing advice, pictures and training, these will give you the best bibliographical Kilimanjaro experience