The Solo Travel Handbook

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Many people love the idea of traveling but might think they have to have a companion. That is not the case. Solo traveling can be daunting, but getting past that may well be worth it. Lonely Planet’s crew has put together a tidy little book filled with great information to guide those who, for whatever reason, want or need to travel alone. Section one, “Deciding to Go,” helps the reader decide whether solo traveling is for them. If one makes the decision to embark, section two, “Before You Go,” covers things like itinerary planning, budgeting, luggage and packing, and much more. “On the Road” covers everything from eating and drinking to meeting people to overcoming loneliness and a lot more. The fourth section has ten trips to inspire readers. Each is a few pages of practical tips, such as what kind of clothes to take, what the weather is like different times of year, which books to take, great places to stay, budget excursions, and several beautiful photographs. This is followed by six well-written short essays by people who have had the solo-traveling experience. Polishing everything off are resources and several blank pages for notes. This is a winner!

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Author Lonely Planet
Star Count 5/5
Format Trade
Page Count 168 pages
Publisher Lonely Planet
Publish Date 2018-Jan-16
ISBN 9781787011335
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Issue April 2018
Category Travel


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