Best Travel Books that Inspire you to travel
We do not fully accept the adage that "books are a man's best friend." For us, a friend must be a living being. Nonetheless, there is no doubt that they inspire and motivate you to learn new things.
There are books written specifically about travel. These books (Travel books) entice you to develop a habit of travelling far and wide. Here is Bunkotel's list of the best books to inspire you to travel and, who knows, visit Bunkotel!
1. Paulo Coelho's The Alchemist
Everyone adores this book. In fact, the world is divided into two groups: those who have read it and those who have not. It is, in fact, a story about It is actually the story of a young boy who travels from Spain to Egypt in search of the true meaning of love and life. Read this and go on more adventures!
2. Eric Weiner's The Geography of Bliss
In this intriguing book, Eric Weiner seeks to discover "what makes a society happy." On his journey, he visits Moldova (dubbed "the most unhappy place"), Iceland, Denmark, India, and Qatar, and while whether he finds his answer is debatable, the book is worth reading and the places he mentions are worth visiting.
3. Eliza Gilbert's Eat, Pray, Love
Eliza Gilbert embarks on a journey to discover herself. She makes trips to Italy, India, and Indonesia. This publication When we talk about travel, we always start with this book. It is the story of Eliza Gilbert, a modern-day American woman who abandons her life to investigate various aspects of her nature. She travels to Italy for pleasure, India for devotion, and finally Bali for relaxation. No book will inspire you to travel if this one does not.
4. Rolf Potts' Vagabonding: An Uncommon Guide to the Art of Long-Term World Travel
Do you want to travel alone? Then this book will undoubtedly provide you with the courage, motivation, and philosophy to travel alone. Known as the "God of Vagabonds." Traveling all over the world, his book contains enough detailed information to help you save for your trip and finally take it. A must-read for long-distance travellers.
5. Sarah MacDonald's Holy Cow: An Indian Adventure
Sarah McDonalds, a journalist who becomes a backpacker and takes on heat, pollution, poverty, yogis, babas, and film stars, writes a book about us from the perspective of a foreigner. It takes you on an adventure in your own country (if you are Indian) and prepares you for what you may see in other countries.