Here is the list, courtesy of WorldHum, via Bookslut. I agree with most of it, recognizing that no single author (e.g., Thubron, Raban, Theroux) can receive more than one pick. But where is Barry Lopez’s Arctic Dreams? David Campbell’s The Crystal Desert? For my first choice I would select either Naipaul’s Turn in the South or Robert Byron’s Road to Oxiana. Surely they forgot Marco Polo’s Travels, which remains riveting. Herodotus? Can we count Democracy in America? Gulliver’s Travels? Dante’s Inferno? Your further suggestions are welcome.