One of South America's most stunning spectacles, the great Salar de Uvuni salt lake, is here as well as Lake Titicaca. Bolivia retains its pre-Columbian traditions more than any other country in South America, with agricultural practices unchanged since the Incas, and traditional festivals and markets. It also has modern nightclubs, comfortable hotels and ecolodges, and is the ideal place to soak up some Latin American culture before the onset of mass tourism.
BEST GUIDEBOOK AWARD 2007
The cream of the travel writing world gathered at the Savoy Hotel on 11 November 2007 for the annual awards presented by the British Guild of Travel Writers. The award for Best Guidebook was won by David Atkinson for his Bradt guide to Bolivia. A South America specialist, David is a full-time, freelance writer based near Manchester. His stories about Bolivia have appeared in Wanderlust Magazine, BBC News Online, The Times, the Weekend FT, and many others. He also writes about all aspects of travel from family to green via business and adventure travel. For more background and links to cuttings, check David's personal website. Congratulations David for perpetuating Bradt's unbroken record in winning this award.
1st Edition - January 2007 -Paperback
277 pages - 16 colour photos - 30 maps
Author: David Atkinson
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