Solo travel is a life-changing experience for any traveler. As with any journey, it’s hard to express your excitement. What happens when solo travel and books come together? They create an explosive cocktail of magic and fantasy. The best books that will inspire you to travel alone are featured in this article. Find your inspiration and courage and plan your next solo travels together with the ideal books for “real travelers”. Fasten your seat belts; the journey into the world of literature for solo travelers has just begun.
Journey for One
Deciding to travel alone can sound daunting. But it may be the greatest gift you can give yourself. Travel for One is the perfect place to start organizing your solo travels. Imagine yourself conquering your fears and becoming a confident and empowered traveler. Jodie Hopkins will not suggest where to go, what to see or what means to go. The book gives you the opportunity to get information, to learn through the stories of other fellow travelers who found themselves in a place. Try some of the activities to see if they suit your needs and personality as a solo traveler. This book is full of humorous stories and challenges you to start your own journey for one.
The Vagabondess: A Guide to Solo Female Travel
On the list of treasured books for solo travel, Toby Israel’s The Wanderer has a place. An anthem for all people who want to travel alone, face their fears and live the adventure of their dreams. Even the most difficult dreams can be realized by pouring a lot of effort and sweat. The author shares more than ten years of solo travel in Asia, Africa, Europe and Central America. It is a collection of dialogues, philosophies, storytellers and travel tips. It involves curiosity, adventure, exploration and discovery.
She doesn’t bet on romantic lifestyle stories like social media influencers. On the contrary, he stubbornly manages to achieve even the most difficult goals, such as solitary steps in strict religious regimes. The magic of the book lies in the nostalgia for a freer past. I hope for a more liberated future by living clearly in the present. Read this to achieve even the most elusive goals in your solo travels.
Dame Travel: Living the spirit of adventure in solo travel
For those with passports full of history, Nastasia Yakoub’s Dame Travel book takes you to every dreamy corner of the Earth. A huge celebration of the solo female travel community on Instagram with 200 awesome photos and tips for solo travel. The writer, born in the Middle East at the age of twenty, begins her solo adventure in South Africa. She volunteers at an orphanage in Cape Town, which ignited her love for World Travel.
Through her collection of 200 stunning images combined with unique captions from her solo adventures in sixty-three countries, she chronicles the diversity of different people, as well as the courage of women who are not afraid to live outside of stereotypes. Divided into sections on architecture, culture, nature and travel information, it helps you find each section easily. Unique experiences are some of the diamonds found within the epic book for those who want to experience the beauty of solo travel.
Down the Nile
A new solo travel adventure begins with a heroine, author Rosemary Mahoney in her book of the same name, Down the Nile. The author decides to tell her story on the banks of the Nile in Egypt. She makes the big decision to travel alone to the African country. She manages to rent a one-person rowboat and begins her journey down the river. She disguises herself as a local fisherman and hides her hair with a cotton scarf so that the locals don’t know she’s a tourist. It is worth noting that she does not have any local tour guides or tour leaders with her. Through the pages of the book, she discovers her power to overcome every obstacle she finds in her path and describes in the most beautiful colors everything she has lived in the Nile. The power of exploration as you finish the book will convince you to start your own solo travels.
Now is the time to open your heart
The exploration of ideal books for solo travel ends with Alice Walker’s masterpiece. The award-winning author of The Color Purple and other books decides to write a book dedicated to the spiritual journey of women. The protagonist named Kate dreams of valleys, mountains, rivers and any idyllic place of natural beauty. She finds courage and begins her journey across the Colorado River. Through her spiritual journey, the need for her inner discovery is created. The touching and emotional charge that arises in every paragraph of the book gives rise to the desire to know oneself.
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