New Guides on South Africans' favourite destinations and places off the beaten path are available in the Classic Travel Guides, Encounters Series and New Discovery Series. Please visit the Lonely Planet Website for the full catalogue.
Concise, visual guides highlighting the top sights in each destination. 5-Day, 10-Day and 2 week coverage of the country's must see sights. Expert advice to experience the destination like a local. Full colour, annotated images bring destinations to life. Fold-our maps to major cities.
From The Source
A new cookbook series that introduces food lovers to the world's most authentic local dishes by transporting them into the kitchens of the cooks who have perfected them.
Make My Day Guides
The spiral bound city guides are divided into three sections - with options for morning, afternoon and evening activities - to flip through the pages and build customised itineraries. Fully illustrated throughout with images of every sight and activity.
New Travel Guides:
New Make My Day Guides
The spiral-bound city guides are divided into three sections - with options for morning, afternoon and evening activities - to flip through pages and build customised itineraries. Fully illustrated throughout with images of every sight and activity. Handy meal option located near each sight. Pull-out map of the city, also includes essential need-to-know information about the destination. Customers who buy a book in the series will be able to access the corresponding in-app content for free.
Lonely Planet has a range of new literature, reference and pictorial books to inspire and amuse.
New Titles Includes:
Major titles include:
Happy (9781742205885) - with fascinating insights on how happiness is created in cultures around the world
Lights ... Camera ... Travel! (9781742204932), a collection of stories from famous actors that show how travel inspires, entertains and changes lives.
In an age of plastic knives on planes, Tony Wheeler can make the extraordinary claim of having visited all the rogue countries currently on newsreaders' lips. Bad Lands (9781742201047) is a witty first-hand account of his travels through places often perceived as having some of the most repressive and dangerous regimes in the world: Afghanistan, Albania, Burma, Cuba, Iran, Iraq, Libya, North Korea and Saudi Arabia. Taking into account each country's attitude to human rights, terrorism and foreign policy, he asks 'what makes a country truly evil?' and 'how bad is really bad?' - all the while engaging with a colourful cast of locals and hapless tour guides, ruminating on history and debunking popular myths.