Unless you've been living under a rock for the past decade, you've most certainly heard of Patricia Schultz's groundbreaking 1,000 Places to See Before You Die - the ultimate travel bible. Originally published in 2003 after Schultz spent eight years researching and writing the tome, one of the most iconic books and brands of all time will now have a new deluxe format to live alongside its predecessor.
1,000 Places to See Before You Die: A Photographic Journey will include all the places featured in the 2015 revised edition of the book (organised in the same order), but each of the 1,000 places will include a beautiful photo that brings Schultz's words to life in a completely different way from the original book. From the exquisite French Riviera and Italian lakes to the pyramids of Egypt and Mount Kilimanjaro; to Shanghai's Bund and Singapore's street food; to Kangaroo Island and Bora Bora; to Graceland and the Grand Canyon; to Angel Falls and even the White Continent Antarctica. No matter what page you flip to, an eye-opening experience awaits.
1,000 Places to See Before You Die: A Photographic Journey is meant to inspire wanderlust, or rather 'wanderlove,' as Schultz describes it. 'I think travel makes you a better person and a more aware global citizen. I know that I cherish it as a privilege and a gift – it lifts me up, lightens me, expands me. Most important, and most simply, travel brings us joy.'