4 Books to read if you’re a globetrotter

Being a voracious reader, it is not a nerve-wracking task for you to decide on which book to read to fulfil your travelling desires. Books have the innate ability to feed your imaginative mind bringing out the surreal world in front of you makes us feel lively.

Brief descriptions and elaborations of the place urge you to travel to far-off road ends that inspire the wanderer inside us. Books potentially not just describe the place, but they imbibe a real feeling of travel framed in sentences and phrases. Those with travelling stories and tales majorly reinvigorate the thirst of adventure inside you making you realise that there is nothing quite like being on a trip.

These books will encourage you to embark on a journey to live the dreamy life full of adventure.


Author: Rolf Potts

The author of this book is a pure godfather of vagabonding who has cultivated the beauty of long term travelling since he himself spent 10 years on the road. The description of his voyage in this book fills up many valuable insights and pragmatic information for those who plan on a solo trip for the first time. This book has majorly affected many readers inspiring them to travel solo especially for the newbie. Rolf Potts has dived deeply into the realm of understanding the reason to travel. This book has been appreciated by most of the travellers who aren’t even readers but closely read the beauty of inspirational travelling in his book.

Around the world in 80 days

Author: Jules Verne

 This classic inculcates the insight of worldwide adventure in a guide that follows the story of a punctual man (the protagonist) who decides to circumnavigate the globe over a $20,000 wager. This person along with his assistant saves lives of people in India while embarking on a journey that is filled with danger and excitement at the same time. This book will help you understand the joy of travelling around the globe in a restricted period of time, living your life with excitement full of adventure.

The Alchemist

Author: Paulo Coelho

One of the best sellers in recent history, this book got sold out with a million copies. The story of this book will enthuse you since the story revolves around a young shepherd boy from Spain who follows his heart going with the flow of love and begins his quest in finding meaning in life. This book eventually helps you to look at your life from a different perspective and be thankful for what you have. It is inspirational for readers and encourages them to reach their dreams.

3 Cups of Tea

Author: Greg Mortenson and David Oliver Relin

Based on a true story, this story revolves around the narration of the protagonist, Greg Mortenson who failed to summit K2 in 1993 which is the world’s most difficult mountain to climb because he was exhausted during the hike. He was then carried by a group of a local tribe which saved his life. This story is inspirational since the hiker promises to pay back the tribe by building a school for them while multiple hurdles point out on his way of keeping the promise. This person interestingly educates 60,000 kids being a true hero and a true traveller would find this story really captivating. 

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