New guide for eclipse watchers and new editions from Bradt
Posted by bradttravel on 13 February 2012
Release: 13th February 2012
Bradt has just published a guide to the 2012 and 2013 solar eclipses, likely to become the bible for all eclipse chasers worldwide.
In 2012, a total eclipse starts in Australia’s Northern Territory and crosses Queensland before disappearing over the Pacific, while June sees the extremely rare transit of Venus, where the planet can be seen moving across the face of the Sun from several regions of the world. During the hybrid eclipse of November 2013 the Sun will be totally eclipsed by the Moon, if you travel to locations including the central and eastern Atlantic Ocean, Gabon, Congo, Uganda, Kenya, Ethiopia and Somalia. The booklet is packed with maps, information on weather conditions, photography tips and health and safety advice.
Title: 2012 & 2013 Solar Eclipses with the transit of Venus
Author: Sheridan Williams FRAS
Publisher: Bradt Travel Guides Publication: 14th February 2012
Price: £6.99 ISBN: 978184162423665
Announcing new editions of Bradt guides to…
Colombia – 2nd edition
Author: Sarah Woods
Jagged, volcanic peaks, sands of gold, black and silver, palm-trimmed coastlines, fields of coffee, dense jungles, snow-capped mountains and idyllic islands with numerous indigenous cultures and exciting buzzing cities - Colombia is ‘ten countries in one’. Now in its second edition Bradt’s Colombia enchants flora and fauna fanatics and provides plenty of first-hand insight into striking colonial cities, rainforests, beaches, historic villages and secret gems.
Published: January 2012 ISBN: 9781841623641 Price: £17.99
Argentina – 2nd edition
Author: Erin Mccloskey
From eating beefsteak in Buenos Aires to drinking Malbec in Mendoza, from the tango rhythms of town to remote landscapes and hidden gems, this second edition of the most in-depth guide on the market takes visitors beyond the tourist haunts. From horseback trekking to watching penguins, it details many small-scale, offbeat and sustainable projects for those interested in culturally-sensitive, eco-friendly travel.
Published: September 2011 ISBN: 9781841623511 Price: £16.99
Zambia – 5th edition
Author: Chris McIntyre
One of the best destinations in Africa for walking and river safaris, hot springs and waterfalls. This fifth, fully updated edition leads visitors through all the prime attractions from the newly declared Ngonye Falls National Park, through the Sioma Ngwezi National Park to the famous Luangwa Park, host to several unique species and an ideal place for leopard-spotting. It includes advice on how to bush camp in comfort and survival techniques for canoe encounters with hippos.
Published: December 2011 ISBN: 9781841623733 Price: £18.99
Burkina Faso – 2nd edition
Author: Katrina Manson and James Knight
From balafon players to masters of horsemanship– plus internationally recognised film, jazz, hip hop and craft festivals – Burkina Faso, in the heart of west Africa, has something to offer everyone. This new edition of the only English-language guidebook leads visitors from desert markets to dramatic waterfalls and sandstone rock formations, the extraordinary architecture of 16th-century Mossi, Lobi stone ruins and Koro’s hillside caves. Sports fans can witness the cycling race, Tour du Faso. Published: October 2011 ISBN: 9781841623528 Price: £17.99
The Arctic – 3rd edition
Author: Tony Soper
Visitors can cruise the arctic coast in the company of blue whales and belugas, observe polar bears pursuing barnacle geese and seals and experience a host of shorebirds and wildfowl gorging on the abundant food. Tony Soper’s expert knowledge is supplemented with full-colour illustrations by award-winning wildlife artist Dan Powell. This edition includes a new section on the distinct flora and fauna of the Bering Sea, an area about to see an increase in visitor numbers as a result of changes in the ice cover.
Published: January 2012 ISBN: 9781841623801 Price: £16.99
Iceland – 2nd edition
Author: Andrew Evans
Bradt’s new edition of this award-winning guide to Iceland caters to the outdoor enthusiast as well as those who share Andrew Evans’ passion for the country’s rich Viking traditions and history. Learn when to use each one of the eight Icelandic words for sheep, how to avoid injury from dive-bombing Arctic terns, or the connections between present-day sites and Iceland’s rich literary tradition of sagas. Biking, trekking, deep-sea and river fishing, horse-riding, glacier exploration, Reykjavík’s wild nightlife – it’s all covered.
Published: September 2011 ISBN: 9781841623610 Price: £15.99
Lapland – 2nd edition
Author: James Proctor
Take in the indigenous Sámi culture, experience a husky safari or snorkel alongside killer whales. James Proctor leads visitors across magical frozen scenery, from the world-famous ICEHOTEL and the stunning Laponia World Heritage area to the Arctic’s midnight sun. Now in its second edition, it’s the only guidebook to this wintry wonderland.
Published: October 2011 ISBN: 9781841623658 Price: £15.99
Tibet – 3rd edition
Author: Michael Buckley
With the ‘land of snows’ having some of the wildest and roughest road routes in high Asia, motoring, mountain-biking and trekking options are all given due attention in this new edition. High quality, numerous maps set this guide apart from other guides on Tibet and the trekking section has been expanded to include more on the main treks, including Everest Base Camp, Genden to Samye, Namtso trek and Kailiash region treks.
Published: January 2012 ISBN: 9781841623825 Price: £17.99
Kazakhstan – 2nd edition
Author: Paul Brummell
Landlocked between Russia and China, and surrounded by the shimmering Caspian Sea shores and the Altai and Tian Shan mountains, a trip to the exotic wilds of Kazakhstan will erase any association Westerners may have with the film Borat. Now updated with more detail, Kazakhstan provides in-depth explanation of the rich and unique Kazakh traditions and nomadic heritage. The most comprehensive guide available.
Published: November 2011 ISBN: 9781841623696 Price: £16.99
Kyrgyzstan – 2nd edition
Author: Laurence Mitchell
Kyrgyzstan is a must-stop destination for anyone travelling through Central Asia or along the Silk Road. With more maps and practical information than any other guide, Bradt’s Kyrgyzstan details towns and villages not covered by the competition.It includes an update on the country’s political situation.
Published: November 2011 ISBN: 9781841623498 Price: £16.99
Israel – 2nd edition
Author: Samantha Wilson
This second edition gives practical tips on the top hotels and restaurants plus all the information to get the best from Israel’s range of attractions. From archaeological remains of Crusader castles and Roman cities, scuba diving off Eilat’s coast, marvelling at the mountainous Golan Heights to floating in the Dead Sea, Bradt’s Israel is the perfect travelling companion, enlightening and enhancing every trip.
Published: September 2011 ISBN:9781841623627 Price: £15.99
Published: September 2011 ISBN:9781841623627 Price: £15.99
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