"Time Out" Guide to Patagonia
Patagonia has thousands of miles of diverse and dramatic landscapes and micro-environments, sparsely populated by humans and rich in wildlife and natural wonders. This title takes the visitor through this land, from the South Atlantic coast via the Argentine steppe, to the Andes and lake districts on both sides on the Chilean and Argentine border to the fjords and glaciers of the South Chilean archipelago. The text offers the best of what to eat, what to see and where to stay, as well as the region's best buys. There should be something for everyone, from trekking to skiing and from mightlife to beachresortds.
- Paperback | 256 pages
- 130 x 202.2 x 10.9mm | 294.84g
- 05 Dec 2002
- Penguin Books Ltd
- London, United Kingdom
- colour illustrations and maps, index
Table of contents
In context: history; Patagonia today; wild Patagonia; arts & culture; eating & drinking; shopping. Outdoor pursuits: national parks & trekking; adventure & water sports; fishing & hunting; golf; ranching; skiing. Argentine Patagonia: getting started; the North; the Lake District 1; central Patagonia; the Atlantic Coast; the Deep South 1. Chilean Patagonia: getting started; the Lake District 2; Chiloe; the Southern highway; sea routes South; the Deep South 2. Antarctica & the islands: Antarctica & the islands. Directory: planning your trip; getting there & around; resources A-Z; language & vocabulary.
"Fantastic, au courant listings of both hotels and restaurants include salient details to nail the essence of a place and provide all practical info."
About Out Time
Researched and written by residents and experts - all seasoned and passionate Patagonian travellers.