I’ve just received a copy of National Geographic’s newest glossy travel book, 100 Countries, 5000 Ideas and I couldn’t wait to settle into a comfy chair and let my fingers dance across the world. We’ve all come to expect dazzling photography from the folks at ‘Nat Geo’, and this illustrated travel planner is packed with photos that tell the story of destinations worldwide. Inspiring photographs, detailed maps and savvy advice will help you decide ‘where to go, when to go, and what to see and do when you get there”.
Want to search for an encounter with dolphins, explore a desert landscape, indulge in a spa vacation? The introductory section presents destinations by special interest. Then follows an exploration of 100 of the world’s most desired destinations from Antarctica to Zimbabwe, along with reader-friendly introductions to major cities, key tourist attractions and visitor highlights. Then follows an appendix that helps travelers decide if a destination is the best choice, by sharing lifestyle tips, pros and cons, and advice from experienced travelers. All in all this is a wonderful compilation of travel information that will look great on your coffee table and provide vacation inspiration all year long.