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- Expanded coverage of outdoor activities - More coverage of Torres del Paine National Park - Complete guide to trekking the ‘W’, one of the key circuits in the park - Explores Santiago’s emerging fine dining scene

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41 internautes sur 41 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
Disappointing! 28 avril 2013
Par DJT - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
I've traveled all over the world, and years ago I considered Lonely Planet the very best for those traveling "off the beaten path." I'm sorry to say that this book is the worst LP book I've ever read. The information it gives is no better than reading a web site: no personalized details, no invaluable advice, no descriptions that would help you choose one hotel over another, one attraction over another, etc.

I'm going to Chile and Easter Island in three weeks and I've gotten very little helpful information from this guide. For example: I want to know the best way to see Easter Island... car, horse, foot, bike, or motorbike. This book simply states that these are the ways to explore Easter Island, but doesn't recommend which might be better for whomever for whatever reasons. The most it does is to say that if you rent a bike, be prepared for some steep hills and twisty roads. Another example: I want to take buses from Santiago to a couple of different places. The book just gives a confusing list of bus stations and the bus companies, with some examples of where they go, but makes no recommendations on which is best to use. This is information I can get from a brochure. I was also trying to find out a way to get a less expensive fare to Easter Island. In the old days, I could count on an LP guide to tell me the best and absolutely cheapest way to travel. This book just lists LAN with its web site info. I found better advice going to the LP forums. I also found better hotel info on Booking.com.

In my opinion, the value of a good travel guide is personal recommendations from people who have traveled to the place, particularly those traveling off the beaten path. In the old days, LP guides gave really great advice, personalized recommendations, on the best places to stay, out-of-the-way places to eat and visit. This is the first LP book I've bought in about 15 years. I hope they're all not like this now.
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Good book, but can't trust 100% 20 février 2013
Par Marisol Acuña - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Format Kindle Achat vérifié
I'm Chilean and bought the book as I was travelling to the south where I've never been before. The book is very useful but it still misses a lot of information. It is good how it narrates things that happened and not only what you can find right now. Some things are outdated as it is not really an updated 2012 edition, but rather a reprint. So food and hostel prices might be different as well as buses and boats fares and schedules.
I traveled with another guide that you can buy in almost any Copec gas station and this lonely planet seemed to be a good companion, as it focuses more on hostels and food. But if you prefer to know more about what there is to visit, the Copec Chiletur guide is a better option for the same price.
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Good guide book for on-the-spot details 17 janvier 2014
Par Julie W. Snyder - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
We are presently in Chile for a month long driving tour starting on the coast west of Santiago all the way to the southern tip to Punta Arenas. We have three guide books:

We also purchased a detailed laminated map of Chile from Amazon and a GPS of Chile before we arrived. Once here we got a VERY detailed road map by COPEC (Mobil) of Chile. These COPEC maps are available for sections of Chile (North, South etc) at the COPEC stations in major towns.

The DK EYEWITNESS guide was good for the initial planning of our trip. Then we used the MOON & LONELY PLANET guides for details. Not all of the towns are listed in all three books so we always check all three for an attraction.

Some of the reviewers panned the LP book, but we have found detailed maps of smaller cities that weren't available in the other guides and our B&B's didn't have maps. Let's face it, not everything you want or need is going to be in one book. It makes sense to have more than one reference.
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Not the Country I Have Been To 27 décembre 2012
Par AV in FL - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
I have been to Chile before and bought the book looking for an updated version for a forthcoming trip. The version of the book is pure fluff. They primarily focus on hostels and cheap food. This book makes Chilean food seem inferior to Peruvian food. Obviously, the authors did not go to any of the many fine and inexpensive restaurants I have gone to that serve excellent and imaginative cuisine. The author who wrote the section on the south dedicated one paragraph to the second largest metropolitan area in the country, Concepcion. I felt that the entire section on the south was very lacking. Don't bother with this book or the new Rough Guide or Frommer's. You can get the same minimal information online for free.
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Not What I Have Come to Expect from Lonely Planet 13 avril 2014
Par Amazon Customer - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Format Kindle Achat vérifié
I'm in a hotel in Chile - well into my vacation. This LP book is of little to no help whatsoever. I have traveled internationally for decades and always relied on LP with great success. This Chile & Easter Island 2012 version is nearly useless. Not the usual hotel and dining recommendations and reviews; very limited and the better options are missing. Everything sounds the same, for instance all the restaurants sound the same, not enough detail to draw from when making a decision.

Also missing is the personalized pieces of advice I've grown accustom to in my other LP books. In Chile one of the key issues is finding public restrooms. Other LP books inform you of this difficulty when traveling to certain countries or regions. This book does not. FYI: if you look desperate small store or gas station owners will usually let you use them after apologizing for the cleanliness and condition. (When you're desperate to go, who cares?). Most do not want the toilet paper (if they have any) to be flushed.

Truthfully, this book seems to have been written by someone who has not thoroughly traveled the country. The descriptions are somewhat neutral and seem similar; almost cut-&-paste-like. I have used LP books as my only source of information and advice when traveling to Morocco, Iceland, Korea, Sweden, and Norway. Thanks to LP each of those trips was fabulous. This current trip to Chile will be also be fabulous but not as a result of the ease of referring to LP. I hope this Chile book is an anomaly rather than the 'new and improved' way of supplying us with information. If so, I'll be switching to another source.
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