From financial struggle to a fearful mindset and everything in between, there are so many factors that can prevent you from living your dream of travel. Be prepared to conquer that “I can’t do it!” mindset. If you’re looking for inspiration that will motivate you to fearlessly seek the world all by yourself, check out this list of best books for solo traveling the world.
The Solo Travel Handbook by Lonely Planet is one of my personal favorites. I knew that I had to add this book onto the list because of how informal and influential it was for me. This book caters to people who want to go solo. There are recommendations on places based on what you enjoy, your personal values, beliefs, and preferences altogether. It recommends countless apps and websites that you can use to make your adventure run incredibly smooth.
Conquering Mountains: How to Solo Travel the World Fearlessly
From experience, Kristin Addis brought this book to life using her own personal experience with travel. How to Solo Travel the World Fearlessly is great especially for females who are traveling alone. This book covers different concerns women might have when they are thinking of traveling on their own. Any question women might have in regards to solo travel will most likely be found here. Preparing yourself mentally, handling money, breaking down the trip, packing, safety, meeting others on the road- this book covers it all.
How to Travel the World on $50 a Day goes over everything that you need to know about budget travel. This book is significant for people who may think that they are stuck because of money. Matt Kepnes explains how you can worry less financially and live your dream of traveling. This book covers how you can start budgeting today, and how you can manage your money when you do decide to travel on a budget.
2 thoughts on “Best Books For Solo Traveling The World”
Traveling on $50 a day, like that one book you recommend, sounds great! I am a thrifty person and so this one would suit me.
Love this… when others have written books about solo travel, it makes me realize that my anxiety over travelling alone is normal. You can feel it and do it anyway!