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Lonely Planet guide to Costa Rica

Lonely Planet, 08 January 2008 13:10

The latest in our series of Lonely Planet guides takes us to Costa Rica. Click here to check out the full range of guides online. Mention Costa Rica and people think paradise. The country's Disney-like cast of creatures — ranging from howler monkeys to toucans — are prolific and relatively easy to spot. The waves are prime, the beauty is ...

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Lonely Planet guide to Morocco

Lonely Planet, 12 December 2007 01:00

Tangier, Casablanca, Marrakesh...just the names of these cities stir a hint of spice in the nostrils. Jostling crowds, the piquant tension of debate, space in perpetual motion - the minute you set foot in the country you know you've arrived somewhere very different. Spend a weekend in a luxury riad in Marrakesh, Fès or Rabat, exorcise your shopping demons in ...

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Lonely Planet guide to America

Lonely Planet, 05 December 2007 01:00

The USA is home to several of the world's most exciting cities, some truly mind-blowing landscapes, a strong sense of regionalism, a trenchant mythology, more history than the country gives itself credit for and, arguably, some of the most approachable natives in the world. The US was fashioned from an incredibly disparate population who, with little in common apart from ...

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Lonely Planet guide to Mali

Lonely Planet, 28 November 2007 01:00

Mali is not the place to go for safaris. What it does have is a smorgasbord of surreal landscapes, beautiful artwork, Timbuktu, castellated mosques made entirely of mud, pink sandstone villages carved into cliff faces, and undulating desert scenes that look like out-takes from Lawrence of Arabia. When To Go: The very best time to visit Mali is between November ...

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Lonely Planet guide to India

Lonely Planet, 20 November 2007 13:00

India will sideswipe you with its size, clamour and diversity - but if you enjoy delving into convoluted cosmologies and thrive on sensual overload, then it is one of the most intricate and rewarding dramas unfolding on earth, and you'll quickly develop an abiding passion for it. Nothing in this country is ever quite predictable; the only thing to expect ...

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Lonely Planet guide to Austria

Lonely Planet, 15 November 2007 01:00

Austria has few peers as a year-round holiday destination, with plenty of winter sports in the Alps, some of the most impressive and overblown architecture in Europe and an unrivalled musical tradition that even The Sound of Music couldn't sully. Austria's cities have plenty to engage visitors: Vienna is the capital, hub of the country's musical life and littered with ...

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Lonely Planet guide to South Africa

Lonely Planet, 07 November 2007 01:00

South Africa is an exhilarating and complex country. With its post-apartheid identity still in the process of definition, there is undoubtedly an abundance of energy and a sense of progress about the place. Travellers are returning to a remarkable land that has been off the trail for way too long. The infrastructure is constantly improving, the climate is kind and ...

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Lonely Planet guide to Cambodia

Lonely Planet, 31 October 2007 01:00

You've trusted your eyes your whole life, but visit Cambodia and you just may start doubting them. How else to explain the unthinkable splendour of the 9th- to 13th-century Khmer temples, the tropical islands with barely a beach hut in sight and the untold adventures lurking in northern forests? Cambodia promises a rollercoaster of emotions and experiences to the intrepid ...

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Lonely Planet guide to Malaysia

Lonely Planet, 24 October 2007 01:00

Malaysia is one of the most pleasant, hassle-free countries to visit in south-east Asia. It's buoyant and wealthy, and has moved towards a pluralist culture based on a vibrant and interesting fusion of Malay, Chinese, Indian and indigenous cultures and customs. Malaysia's love of Western-style industrialisation is abundantly clear in its big cities. Aside from the gleaming glass towers of ...

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Lonely Planet guide to New Zealand

Lonely Planet, 10 October 2007 01:00

New Zealand is a country of rare seismic beauty: glacial mountains, fast-flowing rivers, deep, clear lakes, hissing geysers and boiling mud. There are also abundant native forests, long, deserted beaches and a variety of fauna, such as the kiwi, endemic to its shores. Any number of vigorous outdoor activities - tramping (hiking), skiing, rafting and, of course, that perennial favourite, ...

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