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Nepal Handbook 4th Edition - Travel Guide.
$21.95 + $5.80 p&h or $16.80 foreign delivery
Item Code : MOON16103
Moon Publications. 508 pages. The acclaimed Moon Handbooks: Nepal leads travelers to the heart of the secluded Himalayan kingdom, revealing the many treasures of its rich and ancient civilization. Award-winning author Kerry Moran, former long-time resident of Nepal, provides insider's advice, plus: $_$_START_LIST ? A trekking guide covering major routes, trips off the beaten path, and tips on culturally sensitive travel. ? Information on outdoor adventures: elephant safaris, mountain biking, river rafting, and more. ? Day-trips to unique places rarely visited by Westerners, as well as advice for navigating Kathmandu's bustling streets and markets. ? An insightful introduction to the Nepali way of life, including gender roles, religions, and history, ? 51 detailed maps. $_$_END_LIST
Nepal Travel Guide.
$26.95 + $5.80 p&h or $16.80 foreign delivery
Item Code : LONE16104
Size 5"x8". 420 pages. Lonely Planet Publications. Shangri-la exists. Trek to the top of the world, or share a smile with a Buddhist monk; raft down a mountain gorge, or glimpse a living Hindu goddess - in Nepal adventure and culture go hand in hand. With this definitive guide, you'll tread lightly through the best of the Himalaya $_$_START_LIST ? Climb Every Mountain - with our in-depth trekking chapter covering the big walks around Annapurna, Everest and Langtang. ? Ford Every Stream - on a mountain bike, in a white-water kayak or even on a canyoning trip, our Outdoor Activities chapter will leave you breathless. ? Follow every rainbow - you're sure to find what you want with 49 detailed maps. ? The hills are alive - bathe the elephants in Royal Chitwan, spot tigers and rhinos in Royal Bardia or dodge the yeti in Sagarmatha. $_$_END_LIST
Nepal Handbook - Travel Guide.
$19.95 + $5.80 p&h or $16.80 foreign delivery
Item Code : FOOT16105
Footprint. 496 pages. Size 4?"x8?". Includes color photos and 225 maps. Birthplace of the Buddha, home of the Gurkhas, roof of the world, land of legend and beauty - within its narrow confines Nepal contains a spectacular variety of culture and landscapes. Nepal offers challenges to the hiker, mountain climber and lover of nature and wildlife. This guide is written by a team who have an understanding of the people and region. There is background information on the history, geography, the people, religion, art and architecture of the country. It contains comprehensive coverage of Kathmandu including a special section on short walks from the city. Trekking in the Himalayas is covered, with treks in the popular areas and in the less well known Eastern region. The guide includes practical information on: how to get to Tibet and Lhasa; where to go and how to get there; where to trek and how to plan a trek; information on wildlife reserves with maps; wildlife and vegetation; where to stay and eat on any budget; how to stay healthy; and what to buy and where to buy it.
Nepal Rough Guide - Travel Guide.
$23.95 + $5.80 p&h or $16.80 foreign delivery
Item Code : ROUG16106
Size 5"x8". 597 pages. Rough Guide Publications. The Rough Guide to Nepal is the ultimate guide to this beautiful and varied country. Features include: ? Full-color section introducing Nepal's highlights. ? Unrivalled accounts of all the sights, from legendary Kathmandu and the peaks around Pokhara, to the jungles and ethnic diversity of the Tarai region. ? Incisive reviews of the best places to stay, eat, drink and shop, whatever your budget. ? Detailed chapters on trekking, rafting and mountain-biking. ? Comprehensive background on the Nepalese culture, politics and the environment. ? Maps and plans for every region.
Shangri-La Travel Guide.
$27.95 + $5.80 p&h or $16.80 foreign delivery
Item Code : BRAD16107
1st Edition. Bradt Publications. 200 pages. Shangri-La is one of the most evocative myths of our time --so powerful that it has entered the dictionary as a synonym for paradise.As myths go, it is a young one: Shangri-La made its debut with the 1933 publication of British author James Hilton's novel, Lost Horizon. No sooner was Shangri-La created by Hilton than a host of places staked claims to being the real location that inspired the book. This guide to the mythical site of Shangri-La is rooted in the glorious reality of the Himalaya, encompassing parts of southwest China, Tibet, Bhutan, Nepal, Sikkim and Ladakh. It forms a concise guide to the most remote areas of the region, with a focus on major mountain peaks, and some well-chosen treks in each area. Practical information and maps will ensure that visitors can make the most of their trip to this other-worldly destination, while armchair readers can browse and dream... ? First and only guide on the market blending exploration of the myth with practical advice on visiting the contested sites ? Focus on the region's legendary sacred peaks and monasteries, including acclimatisation hikes, as well as tougher treks ? Provides background on oddball adventurers and seekers of lost kingdoms of the Himalaya ? Sidebars on esoteric topics like Tracking the Yeti (Bhutan) and Crazy about Hockey (Ladakh) ? Illustrated wildlife appendix -- a concise field guide to the most unusual animals ? Extended colour photo sections to illustrate the concept of Shangri-La