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Globetrotter Wildlife Guide Brazil

World / Checklist Wildlife Guide Out of Print
By: John Malathronas
160 pages, Col photos, maps
Globetrotter Wildlife Guide Brazil
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  • Globetrotter Wildlife Guide Brazil ISBN: 9781847731357 Paperback Jun 2008 Out of Print #172011
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This exciting guide aims to inspire and help travellers to plan and enjoy tours in Brazil's finest wildlife reserves. In addition to offering advice on planning your trip and discussing available options as well as park etiquette, the guide offers an overview of Brazil's natural environment and wildlife, including an informative gallery of species.

Brazil's 10 best parks or groupings of parks are profiled, which includes an overview of the featured park, a brief history, a description by area of the park, and special features to look out for. The parks all offer breath-taking scenic beauty, game viewing, a range of accommodation and facilities as well as tours and walks or hikes.

Each park profile also includes: panels on matters of special interest; scenic and wildlife photographs; detailed maps showing biomes, routes, camps, picnic spots, scenic spots, places to see, etc; tables showing the range of accommodation, activities and facilities available; what to look out for at which time of year; game-viewing checklist; gate opening- and closing- times; and contact details of featured park, for bookings.

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World / Checklist Wildlife Guide Out of Print
By: John Malathronas
160 pages, Col photos, maps
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