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  1. Ecuador and Galapagos Travel Guide.

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    Item Code : FOOT15574

    Ecuador and Galapagos Travel Guide.
    6th Edition. Footprint Publications. 500 pages. From the publisher of the legendary South America Handbook comes this sixth edition of Footprint Ecuador and Gal?pagos. Authors Robert and Daisy Kunstaetter return to bring their expertise, gleaned from over 40 years combined experience living and traveling in Latin America, and detail unforgettable sights such as the islands that inspired Darwin's theory of evolution, a valley where people live forever, and the Avenue of the Volcanoes. Packed with practical travel information perfect for travelers wishing to tread their own paths, this latest edition in a highly acclaimed series also includes Spanish words and phrases, as well as comprehensive background information, to help introduce travelers to Ecuador's rich and diverse culture.
  2. Ecuador Rough Guide - Travel Guide 3rd Edition.

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    Item Code : ROUG15575

    Ecuador Rough Guide - Travel Guide 3rd Edition.
    Rough Guide Publications. 584 pages. Carmel B. McConnell (reader), London, UK: 'We have just returned from a month in Ecuador and found the Rough Guide invaluable. Each chapter is clearly laid out and gives an accurate summary of regional highlights. It definitely made our trip planning and travel much easier. The Rough Guide provided us with essential information on how to travel and tips on safety and health proved very helpful. Thanks also to the authors for including information on the damage being done to Ecuador's pristine rainforest and indigenous communities by a few oil companies. Don't go up the jungle without it!'.
  3. Ecuador and the Galapagos Islands Handbook Travel Guide.

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    Item Code : MOON15576

    Ecuador and the Galapagos Islands Handbook Travel Guide.
    4th Edition. Moon Publications. 450 pages. Seasoned travelers Julian Smith and Jean Brown lead travelers to unique, off-the-beaten-path adventures in Ecuador, from riding the train through the steep switchbacks of the famous Nariz del Diablo (Devil's Nose) to enjoying some of the best diving in the world off of the Gal?pagos Islands. Smith and Brown include several trip strategies that cater to the diverse interests of travelers, such as a "Culture and History Tour" and an "Outdoor Adventure Tour." Complete with information on exploring the colonial architecture of Quito's Old Town and climbing volcanoes in Sangay National Park, Moon Ecuador gives travelers the tools they need to create a more personal and memorable experience.
  4. Ecuador and the Galapagos Islands, Frommers' Travel Guide 2nd Edition.

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    Item Code : FROM15577

    Ecuador and the Galapagos Islands, Frommers' Travel Guide 2nd Edition.
    Frommer Publications. 416 pages. Researched by a veteran travel writer who lives in Latin America, Frommer's Ecuador & the Galapagos Islands takes you through this fast-changing country, to visit rugged wilderness preserves, sleepy beach towns, the bustling, colonial captital, and, of course, the spectacular Galapagos Islands. Ecuador offers an opportunity for adventure for all ages and abilities: from mountain biking in Ba?os, to swimming with sea lions in the Galapagos; from whitewater rafting on the Rio Blanco, to summiting Cotopaxi, the highest active volcano in the world. With Frommer's in hand, you'll experience the wonder of Ecuador's amazing biodiversity, as we point out the best places to see hundreds of unique, colorful species of animals and plants. Frommer's Ecuador even includes a wildlife appendix, to help you identify the creatures you'll encounter along the way. Plus, we give you detailed information on planning an adventure vacation, everything from A to Z. Travel like a pro with our handy Spanish-language glossary and detailed regional and town maps.
  5. Ecuador and the Galapagos Islands, Lonely Planet Travel Guide.

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    Ecuador and the Galapagos Islands, Lonely Planet Travel Guide.
    Lonely Planet Publications. Lots of detailed tourist information. Hotel and restaurant reviews. Climb the snow-capped peak of Volc?n Chimborazo, the most distant point from the center of the Earth. Get up close and personal with capuchin monkeys in the central plaza of Misahuall?. Step back in time at Ingapirca, Ecuador's finest example of Inca architecture. Take in the surf scene on the south coast. Sophisticated cities, glaciated volcanoes, the lush Amazon Basin - our inimitable guide gives you access to all the treasures of exotic Ecuador and the Gal?pagos Islands. Pick & Mix: buy and download individual chapters from this book GO WILD - special chapter on Gal?pagos wildlife by noted nature writer David Andrew helps you identify the many species unique to the islands. VENTURE OUT - expanded focus on activities, adven?ture and ecotravel, plus a dedicated Itineraries chapter to help you explore this compact yet varied country. GET SMART - comprehensive History and Culture chapters provide insight into Ecuador's volatile political landscape and vital indigenous communities. WALK THE WALK - discover the colonial charms of Quito and Cuenca with our detailed maps and walking tour.
  6. Galapagos Wildlife Travel Guide.

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    Galapagos Wildlife Travel Guide.
    2nd Edition. Bradt Publications. 144 pages. The Gal?pagos islands are famed for their unique and diverse wildlife, as illustated here with full colour photographs on every page. In spite of their isolated location, their allure is such that they are a mecca for wildlife enthusiasts on what has often been called the `trip of a lifetime'. Gal?pagos Wildlife is written by experienced tour guides, who share essential tips on how to discover the best the islands can offer and fascinating background on key species. Whether planning a voyage of discovery in the footsteps of Darwin or simply as a great souvenir of a trip, this guide will be invaluable for visitors to this magical kingdom. ? Over 120 colour photographs of species ? Habitats, conservation and ecology of the islands ? Visitor sites detailed individually, with full-colour trail plans ? Species covered by category, including reptiles, marine animals and birdlife.