Catanduanes Lonely Planet's Top Picks for Southeast Luzon

Lonely Planet Publications is one of the largest travel guidebook publishers in the world. It was the first popular series of travel books aimed at backpackers and other low-cost travelers. As of 2008, it published about 500 titles in 8 languages, with annual sales of more than six million guidebooks, as well as TV programs, a magazine, podcasts and websites.

Top Picks for Southeast Luzon
  1. Donsol - Swimming alongside Bicol's gentle giants, the whale sharks of Donsol
  2. Mt Mayon - Scrambling up Bicol's decidedly nongentle giant, 'perfect' Mt Mayon
  3. Catanduanes - Relaxing and waiting for the legendary Majestics surf break to kick in on Catanduanes
  4. Bagasbas Beach - Learning to hang 10 at equally fickle Bagasbas Beach, outside Daet
  5. Caramoan Peninsula - Exploring the limestone cliffs and pristine beaches of the beautiful Caramoan Peninsula
Lonely Planet has a television production company, which has produced four series: Lonely Planet Six Degrees, The Sport Traveller, Going Bush, Vintage New Zealand and Bluelist Australia. Lonely Planet is headquartered in Footscray, a suburb of Melbourne, Australia, with affiliate offices in London and Oakland, California.

In 2009 Lonely Planet began publishing a monthly travel magazine called Lonely Planet Magazine.