Travel North America: (and Avoid Being a Tourist) (Paperback)

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Travel North America: (and Avoid Being a Tourist) (Paperback)


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Where to go next in the USA, Canada, Mexico and the Caribbean? Look no further than this stunning new book from the founders of travel website Fathom—it has all the answers!

The future of travel is set to keep us closer to home, encourage us to slow down, expand our minds and bring us closer to nature. Following the success of their first book Travel Anywhere, Fathom's latest book Travel North America pays homage to the stories, histories, landscapes and cultures of the vast and diverse North American continent.

Tapping into a treasure trove of time-tested recommendations (both classic and little-known) and a network of interesting people (chefs, novelists, designers, innkeepers, musicians), Fathom's founders Jeralyn Gerba and Pavia Rosati provide inspiration and practical trip-planning advice for modern travelers looking to rediscover North America in the wake of the coronavirus. With a focus on the United States, Canada, Mexico and the Caribbean, Travel North America includes chapters such as "Brave New World—The post-pandemic travel mindset", "Follow Nature's Lead", "Second Cities Take First Place", "Road Tripping" and "Giving Back—Humanitarian travel in North America'.

Presented in a beautifully designed package, Travel North America will show you that now has never been a better time to plan your next vacation, not too far from home.
Product Details ISBN: 9781741177497
ISBN-10: 1741177499
Publisher: Hardie Grant
Publication Date: June 15th, 2021
Pages: 288
Language: English
“Jeralyn Gerba and Pavia Rosati offer a comprehensive guidebook in Travel North America (And Avoid Being a Tourist).” - The Wall Street Journal,

"It’s a better country for having Jeralyn Gerba and Pavia Rosati create books like this." - HeadButler,

“What if you also want to travel without doing the same old same old? Enter ?Travel North America: (and Avoid Being a Tourist)?. Authors Jeralyn Gerba and Pavia Rosati have compiled a travel guide that acknowledges the major trends of where people want to go, and both leans into them and subverts them. A pleasurable read, with gorgeous photos throughout and funny asides, you'll feel less like you're being shamed for your love of boutique hotels over roughing it in the wild, and more like you're in safe, understanding hands.” - Hunker,

“Anyone seeking a dose of American pride need look no further than Travel North America (and Avoid Being a Tourist), which is equal parts travel book and guide to life, a where's-where of our rich continent woven with an urgent call to exist "more responsibly, sustainably, and gently." Taken together it is a most hopeful and moving portrait of the magic and majesty of our country that feels timely indeed.” - SteamLine Luggage,

“With guidance, tips and reviews, Travel North America: (And Avoid Being a Tourist) provides plenty of information for those able to visit the United States, Canada, Mexico and the Caribbean; and those who want to research their future trip once borders open up more.” - CoolHunting,