Welcome to the July 2020 issue of online magazine Perceptive Travel, the home of great travel stories from book authors and the latest notable travel book reviews:
A model for conservation practices in Kenya means hope for Africa's great mammals and her people though the unique Ol Pejeta model.
Sailing From Fredrikstad to Amsterdam, Chasing the Wind by Jodie Bond
A traveler plies the waters of northern Europe on a ship with 26 sails and a 100-foot main mast, the passengers joining the crew on duty in rotating shifts.
Lessons and Losses on Easter Island by Debi Goodwin
Photos and stories going back to her childhood linger with a writer who dreams of seeing the mysterious statues of remote Easter Island. It comes together just before the world shuts down.
A Phone Call From a Statue in Parma, Italy by Claudia Flisi
In a city best known for what goes in the mouths of diners around the world, its famous dead people come to life and tell you their stories.
Travel Book Reviews by William Caverlee
The definitive guide for walking the Camino de Santiago, Instagram in book form, and yet another "best of" round-up from Lonely Planet.
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