Spiritual Places (Inspired Traveller's Guides) (Hardcover)
Travel journalist Sarah Baxter has carefully curated a selection of the 25 most spiritual destinations from around the world – places that hold the promise of rare and profound experiences, whether areas of natural beauty imbued with spiritual significance or sites constructed for worship. From breathtaking scenery to religious capitals, sacred valleys to places of natural beauty, here the full spiritual story and unique tranquillity of each place is revealed with beautiful hand-drawn illustrations and evocative tales of previous visitors that will both delight and inspire.
- Crater Lake, Oregon, USA;
- Mauna Kea, Hawaii, USA;
- Devils Tower, Wyoming, USA;
- Haida Gwai, Canada;
- Teotihuacan, Mexico;
- Lake Titicaca, Bolivia and Peru;
- Easter Island, Chile;
- St Catherine's Monastery, Egypt;
- Kyoto, Japan;
- Shwedagon Pagoda, Myanmar;
- Adam's Peak, Sri Lanka;
- Varanasi and the Ganges, India;
- Mount Kailash, China;
- Cape Reinga, New Zealand;
- Uluru, Australia;
- Saut d'Eau waterfall, Haiti;
- Camino de Santiago, Spain;
- Mezquita de Cordoba, Spain;
- Isle of Iona, Scotland;
- Avebury, England;
- Mont St-Michel, France;
- Lourdes, France;
- Luther Trail and Wittenburg Cathedral, Germany;
- Mount Olympus, Greece;
- Temple Mount and Jerusalem, Israel.
Each book in the Inspired Traveller's Guides series offers readers a fascinating, informative and charmingly illustrated guide to must-visit destinations round the globe. Also from this series, explore intriguing: Artistic Places (March 2021), Literary Places, Hidden Places and Mystical Places.
Sarah Baxter grew up in Norfolk, England and now lives in Bath. Her passion for travel and the great outdoors saw her traverse Asia, Australia, New Zealand and the United States before settling into a writing career. She was Associate Editor of Wanderlust magazine, the bible for independent-minded travellers, for more than ten years and has also written extensively on travel for a diverse range of other publications, including the Guardian, the Telegraph and the Independent newspapers. Sarah has also contributed to more than a dozen Lonely Planet guidebooks.
Husband and wife team Harry and Zanna Goldhawk met at university while studying illustration. After many late nights in the studio they discovered a shared love of nature and color that sparked many collaborative projects.
Harry and Zanna founded Pappio Press to give their main passion: beautiful animal illustration. The Pappio Press products are designed in house by Harry or Zanna (or both!). Both work hard to make sure that all the artwork they create tells its own unique and beautiful story, with gorgeous botanicals and characteristic animals.