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With its jagged, volcanic peaks; sands of gold, black and silver;...
Series: Bradt Travel Guides
By: Sarah Woods(Author)
486 pages, 13 pages with colour photos; 1 colour map, 43 b/w maps
This guide to Colombia reflects the resurgence of tourism following years of lawlessness. With a strong focus on the country's cultural attractions, the guide will also appeal to visitors with an interest in Colombia's renowned flora and fauna (Colombia has more plant and animal species per square km than any other country). The well-developed infrastructure gives easy access to its historic colonial cities and range of eco-tourism initiatives.
'I've been using Sarah Woods' Bradt Guide on many trips, now, to Colombia (and found it the best guide).' Matthew Parris
Chapter 1 Background Information
Chapter 2 Practical Information
Chapter 3 Bogota
Chapter 4 North of Bogota
Chapter 5 Los Llanos
Chapter 6 San Andres Archipelago
Chapter 7 Amazonia
Chapter 8 The Southwest Interior
Chapter 9 The Northwest Interior
Chapter 10 The Pacific Coast
Chapter 11 The Atlantic Coast
Appendix 1 Amazon Natural History
Appendix 2 Language
Appendix 3 Further Information
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Sarah Woods writes regularly for newspapers, magazines and online publications about her experience of Latin America. She is the author of nine guidebooks, including Bradt's Panama, which won the British Guild of Travel Writers' Best Guide Book Award in 2005.
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