This book does a decent job of presenting and recommending attractions, but the lack of practical info is a little appalling. The maps almost NEVER suffice, and don't even include the restaurants/accommodations in the book. Michelin only lists about one hotel per price point - what if you want to stay in a different part of the city? One of the best (worst?) examples of the need for practical info is in their section on Tayrona. They list it as one of the most important things to see in Colombia, but only give you like nine sentences about the whole park. And none of them tells you the most important information, namely the logistical info about where to stay, how much things cost, what to bring, etc. For example, we didn't know that everyone usually shows up around 2PM to claim hammocks and that if you get there much later you will not have a place to sleep. Instead, we only knew the names of the different beaches, and the fact that there is a nude beach somewhere (who cares?).