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New editions for June 2014Cape Verde and Taiwan

Written by Hugh Collins

 

New editions for June 2014 

Cape Verde 6th Edition

Murray Stewart, Aisling Irwin & Colum Wilson

Antarctica - A Guide to the WildlifeComprising ten main islands and five islets the Cape Verde archipelago is a land of geological and cultural contrasts Bradt’s Cape Verde guide, now in its sixth edition, remains the most comprehensive guidebthat offers a variety of travelling experiences. Whether  you’re diving alongside turtles and manta rays, trekking to the rim of Fogo’s volcanic crater or sampling the fiery grogue from local distilleries, you’ll certainly find exciting things to do. And the warm and emphatic people will help you to discover Caboverdeanidade – the essence of Cape Verde.

Bradt’s Cape Verde guide, now in its sixth edition, remains the most guidebook to the islands on the market. Thoroughly updated it is packed with practical information on accommodation and eating and drinking, and it helps reveal the islands’ best beaches and hiking spots. With direct flights from both the USA and Western Europe, Cape Verde has experienced a 12% rise in visitor numbers year-on-year. Aisling Irwin is a journalist and writer and Colum Wilson is a humanitarian worker. Murray Stewart is a travel writer who also updated Bradt’s North Cyprus guide.   

Title: Cape Verde 6 Authors: Murrary Stewart, Aisling Irwin & Colum Wilson
Publisher:
 Bradt Travel Guides
Publication: June 2014

Price: 
£16.99      ISBN: 9781841624952

 

Taiwan 2nd Edition

Steven Crook

MalawiFlying largely under the tourist radar, Taiwan has a wealth of abundant natural wonders and pulsating cities that make this diminutive nation perfect for the curious traveller. Trek through butterfly-thronged forests, scale one of the country’s countless peaks or visit the exquisite folk shrines and see ancient traditions kept alive by aboriginal tribes. Taiwan more than lives up to its older name of Ilha Formosa, or ‘beautiful island’.

This second edition of Bradt’s Taiwan remains the essential guidebook for the intrepid visitor. Detailed sections on the island’s history and culture plus new and updated information on the country’s flourishing eco-tourism opportunities make this the perfect guide. Taiwan annually receives 6 million visitors, 400,000 from the UK, and visitor numbers are predicted to reach 10 million a year by 2016. Author Steven Crook first visited Taiwan in 1991 – and never left. He resides full-time in Tainan City and writes about the country for international newspapers and magazines. 

Title: Taiwan 2 Author: Steven Crook
Publisher: Bradt Travel Guides    
Publication: June 2014

Price: £16.99      ISBN: 9781841624976

To request review copies or for more details contact Hugh Collins at hugh.collins@bradtguides.com.

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