Lonely Planet Sri Lanka (Travel Guide)

January 5, 2020 - Comment

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Anonymous says:

Uninspired, uninspiring and pedestrian I have faithfully used Lonely Planet guides for the last 20+ years, but have become increasingly disenchanted in recent years, as the quality of research and writing seems to be flagging.This is the worst Lonely Planet guide I’ve ever used, and provides an uninspired and uninspiring account of what should be a fascinating travel destination.It is particularly weak on nature and wildlife, which is a great pity, as these are some of Sri Lanka’s greatest drawcards. But in all honesty,…

Anonymous says:

THE practical guide you will wear out from use As usual with Lonely Planet the practicalities and details are covered. For those u familiar with LP their guides are different to any others and don’t assume you withh stay in a 5* hotel and do a couple of organised excursions. This guide is a very useful tool to enable you to visit independently.

Anonymous says:

This is the one to choose Had a wonderful holiday in Sri Lanka, and this guide was helpful in both the planning and having a read subbsequently to bring back some memories. I think this is the best guide book around right now.

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