Books You Should Be Reading For Solo Travel Adventure

How many of you can relate to that solo traveling is an amazing idea? Most of you have undergone for solo traveling once in your life. After all, solo traveling brings you peace of mind. It not just provide joy and happiness, but instills a lot of knowledge and expertise. The main benefits of traveling solo is that it pushes you out of your comfort zone and teaches you how to be independent. 

There are a lot of things that a person should take on a solo trip but one thing that will keep you company whenever you feel lonely or bored, and it is a book. A book will not just provide a good company but a lot of inspiration as well. Make sure that you select the best traveling book to take with you.

Here are some best books that can provide the best company to people who are traveling solo.

  1. “The Good Girl’s Guide to Getting Lost” by Rachel Freidman:

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It is an excellent choice for solo travelers as it will provide guidance and inspiration to people who are willing to take risk and venture into the unknown. In this beautiful boo Rachel Friedman shares her traveling stories in which she goes through Australia, Ireland and South Africa. The book is highly relatable as it tells the story of a woman who could not resist the call of traveling. 

The Good Girl's Guide to Getting Lost by Rachel Freidman

On her travels, she manages to uncover a lot of hidden truth about herself and finds things that she never even thought of seeking. As her life becomes filled with new experiences and friends, she finally understands that true happiness lies in living for the moment.

It is a perfect companion for someone who is going alone on an adventure to explore new places and things. You will understand the ecstasy of experiencing new things as well as the hesitation and fears of trying something new.

  1. Bicycle Diaries by David Byrne:

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It is an exciting book that shares the experiences of the author as he travels through the cities on his bicycle. The more cities he saw while riding his bike, the more he becomes convinced of the advantages of the mode of transportation. According to him, it is an exhilarating experience that offers a sense of liberation. 

Bicycle Diaries by David Byrne

Through his book, a person can discover how biking through the cities can open one’s eyes to the beauty of the cities. It allows you to pay attention to the rhythms of the city, its inner workings, geography, architecture, etc. Byrne has shared his thoughts on all the things he discovered while bicycling, and he does it with humility, humor, and curiosity.

The book will provide a lot of inspiration as you look forward to exploring a new place.

  1. Wanderlust: A Love Affair with Five Continents, Elisabeth Eaves:

Wanderlust A Love Affair with Five Continents, Elisabeth Eaves

It is the perfect companion for a solo traveler as it shares the experiences of travel that span over fifteen years. It not just a traveling book but also a journey of self-discovery. The author shares her insatiable hunger for adventure, wonder, and new experiences. In this book, she shares her experiences as she travels across five continents, coming across new cultures and people.

Wanderlust A Love Affair with Five Continents

These books are a perfect companion for travelers as they open the reader’s eyes to the true meaning of adventure. So, make any of those books your perfect travel companion on solo traveling.

 

 

 

Author: Akshay Negi

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