Brazil: Moon Handbooks
by Michael Sommers
Avalon Travel Publications
|Avalon Travel Publications|
|Paperback, 728pp, 183 x 138 mm, 422 grams|
|Illustrations:||illustrations, (some colour ) maps|
Journalist Michael Sommers guides travellers to the best that Brazil has to offer, from surfing, hang gliding, and enjoying the sizzling nightlife in Rio to venturing into the Amazon to witness the Meeting of the Waters, where the Rio Negro and Rio Solimoes join to form the world's mightiest river: the Amazon. Sommers also includes unique trip strategies like A Tale of Two Amazon Cities--which provides details on exploring the rainforest between Manaus and Belem--and Gastronomic Brazil, a mouthwatering tour of Brazil's cuisine. With expert advice on viewing popular attractions like Iguacu Falls and Corcovado, as well as escaping the crowds in less frequented places, like Bahia's rustic fishing villages, "Moon Brazil" gives travellers the tools they need to create a more personal and memorable experience.