Providing painstakingly detailed information for safely and securely navigating some of Latin Americaas most rewarding excursions, this guide is for both avid climbers attempting Chimborazoas 20, 700-foot summit or recreational trekkers looking to get off the beaten path. From the heights of the Andes and the cloud forests to the Amazon, coastal rainforests, and the low-lying beaches, time-tested travel advice and updated route descriptions are offered on how to select the best outing to suit each individualas interests, abilities, and time constraints. Step-by-step instructions on how, when, and where to approach each trail guide climbers, hikers, bikers, and trekkers through these often unmarked paths.If the diarrhea persists for more than five days, seeing a doctor for a stool analysis is recommended. ... long sleeves and lightweight pants, and insect repellant are a must in malaria prone areas. ... If possible, you should purchase your anti- malarial drugs before travel, though doxycycline, mefloquine and, to a lesser extent, anbsp;...
|Title||:||Ecuador: Climbing and Hiking Guide|
|Author||:||Rob Rachowiecki, Mark Thurber|
|Publisher||:||Viva Publishing Network - 2008-09-01|