You only get one life. Make it a memorable one.
This is the second title in an exciting international bestselling series of books that will help you search out essential sights and experiences around the world.
In Unforgettable Things to Do Before You Die, international travel writers and photographers Steve Watkins and Clare Jones draw on their years of experience to select their ultimate trips of a lifetime. This book will introduce you to a host of unusual and amazing activities to be done in fabulous destinations during a break of two weeks or less.
Adventures range from searching for pearls in Tahiti, French Polynesia, and dog-sledding through the snowy landscapes of Sweden, to exploring the rainforests of Belize, and sailing down the Nile on an Egyptian felucca. For the less active explorer they offer more relaxed but equally unmissable pursuits, such as watching an opera in the ancient ruins of Verona, Italy, or wine-tasting in Bordeaux, France. Lavishly illustrated with specially commissioned photographs, Unforgettable Things to Do Before You Die is aimed at anyone looking for an inspirational experience of a lifetime.
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About the Author
Clare Jones is a professional travel writer and photographer who has spent many years covering adventure activities across the globe. She is also sponsored by Salomon in support of their 'Women Will' campaign. Her work has featured in a variety of publications, including the Sunday Telegraph, USA Today, the Scotsman, the Herald, Traveller, Geographical and Global and she co-authored the flagship AA Key Guide to Spain and Extreme Places of the World. Clare is also a TV producer and director, and has worked on several BBC documentaries.
Steve Watkins (Author)
Steve Watkins is a professional photographer and writer who covers travel, adventure sports and cultural topics for publications including Wanderlust, Geographical, the Daily Telegraph and various AA guidebook publications. His photography has featured in several exhibitions, including one on Australian Aboriginal artists at London’s Barbican Gallery. Steve is the editor of Outdoor Photography magazine and a judge on several major photography competitions, including Outdoor Photographer of the Year.