This book causes extreme wanderlust, in the best way. With gorgeous photos and ample insider tips, Fifty Places to Camp Before You Die will inspire even the staunchest nature hater to get outdoors and explore camping spots far and wide. Recommended By Renee P., Powells.com
Synopses & Reviews
In Fifty Places to Camp Before You Die, Chris Santella illuminates the best destinations for exploring the great outdoors. The book features the world’s top spots for sleeping under the stars and enjoying a host of outdoor recreational activities that make camping such a time-honored tradition. Featuring favorite US National Parks destinations—as well as more exotic locales in Italy, Chile, France, Botswana, Germany, and more—Santella provides helpful information and tips that will appeal to novice campers and seasoned outdoorsmen alike.
Interviews with camping experts and beautiful, vibrant photography bring each location to life. Fifty Places to Camp Before You Die makes camping trips more accessible with easy-to-follow advice, enthralling anecdotes, and tips and plans for creating your own amazing outdoor memories.
About the Author
Chris Santella is a regular contributor to the New York Times, the Washington Post, and Trout. He has also written for the New Yorker, Travel + Leisure, Golf, and Fly Rod & Reel. Santella is the author of eleven other titles in the Fifty Places series, as well as Fifty Favorite Fly-Fishing Tales and Why I Fly Fish.