The Solo Travel Handbook (Lonely Planet)

February 24, 2020 - Comment

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Anonymous says:

Nice for beginners, but not really a handbook The book is very well presented with beautiful photography and nice graphics, and it contains useful tips if you have no or little solo travel experience. However, the amount of real “down to earth” information is fairly limited once you really look at it, and spread out in a way that in my opinion is not well organized (luckily there is a recap of the resources mentioned during the book at the end). Also, if you are a relatively experienced traveler (solo or otherwise) you’ll know most…

Anonymous says:

Some useful material, but brief Some useful hints and websites but read it all in a couple of hours. It is probable more useful if you have never travelled alone before and need encouragement. If you are used to travelling alone you will have picked up most of the ideas already.

Anonymous says:

The handbook you need to plan your solo trip. Read this handbook in one day and loved it straight away.Lots of tips, links and dedicated chapters to different solo travels. Recommended if you are looking to plan your first solo trip.

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