Ringwood, NJ (PRWEB) May 08, 2014
The Beach Book, LLC, developer of detailed and accurate beach guides, today announced the release of “The Beach Book, Eleuthera, Bahamas Edition,” a comprehensive, illustrated guide with detailed maps and professional images of 135 beaches on the tropical island of Eleuthera and Harbour Island, two of the major tourist destinations in the Bahamas.
“I have been renting out villas on Eleuthera for many years. Guests often complained about the lack of proper directions to the island’s wonderful beaches,” said Bret Sigillo, Co-author of the The Beach Book. “I’ve heard countless stories of vacationers getting stuck on rutted roads or spending hours looking for a beach that wasn’t even there. The beach book is our way of helping them have a better vacation.”
The Beach Book’s documentation concept, which will be rolled out for other tropical destinations, is based on a combination of custom made maps, descriptive texts, stunning images, detailed directions and travel times. The guidebook also features actual beach coordinates plus a slew of insider information to help a vacationer plan, find and enjoy the most pristine beaches in the region.
The book is specifically designed to manage beach visitor expectations based on criteria such as distance, quality of roads, water entry and cleanliness of beach. In addition, there are breathtaking images of every beach which will allow visitors to feel like they’re already there.
“We literally had to drive to every beach on the island to gather accurate information on unmarked jungle roads, distances, and GPS-coordinates.” said Gunnar Ek, Co-author of the Beach Book. “We had to invest a significant amount of time navigating bad roads and hike through dodgy jungle paths, but in the end it was very rewarding since we found numerous undocumented beaches.The photo shoots were complicated due to challenging light conditions, but I feel that we really captured the essense of all the beaches we visited on Eleuthera.”
The book will also be available in select retail stores on Eleuthera and Harbour Island from mid-May.