Offers travel advice, detailed maps, travel news, popular message boards and health information. Also lists information and updates regarding guidebooks. [Description from dmoz]
Want to explore in Ecuador? Travel on the cheap in Chile? You're not alone. Lonely Planet Publications sells guidebooks aimed at the more independent traveler (its books once offered tips on buying good pot). Maureen and Tony Wheeler founded Lonely Planet in 1973 in a kitchen in Melbourne as they wrote a guide based on their trek across Asia. They now publish more than 500 titles covering every continent. Lonely Planet employs some 300 writers to update its publications, which include walking guides ("Trekking in the Nepal Himalaya"), phrasebooks, and guides for the budget traveler ("Europe on a Shoestring"). In 2007 the British Broadcasting Corp. bought a 75% stake in the firm; the Wheelers retain a 25% stake. [Description from Hoover's]
This site reaches over 996K U.S. monthly people.The typical visitor shops on affordabletours.com, consults cruisecritic.com, and sails on Holland America.
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