The relaunched National Geographic Traveler guidebooks are in tune with the growing trend toward experiential travel, providing more insider tips and expert advice for a more authentic, cultural experience of each destination. These books serve discerning, curious travelers and supply information and interpretation not available on the Internet.
In response to the interests of today's traveler, the acclaimed National Geographic Traveler series includes exciting new editorial features, a contemporary redesign, and inviting new covers.
Christopher P. Baker has established a career as a travel writer, photographer, and lecturer. He has written several guidebooks about Cuba and Havana, as well as ones on Jamaica, The Bahamas, Turks & Caicos, and California. He is author of the National Geographic Traveler: Costa Rica (2000), the National Geographic Traveler: Cuba (2007), National Geographic Traveler: Dominican Republic (2008), and National Geographic Adventure Press's Mi Moto Fidel: Motorcycling through Castro's Cuba (2000).
"Long the gold standard when it comes to providing explanations of peoples and cultures to interested readers, Bakers Panama volume does a fine job of maintaining that publishers well-deserved reputation…and as always richly augmented by superb photographs and maps (this is a National Geographic publication after all)." The Well-Read Naturalist