Finally a beautiful visual travel guide for independent women (and Muslim) travellers inspiring you to discover and savour the ‘bests’ of what Jordan can offer.
Solo Jordan: A Visual Travel Guide for Independent Female (and Muslim) Travellers to Jordan
You might have been wondering–how safe is Jordan for me as a solo female traveler? What should I bring to Jordan if I want to visit Amman, Petra and the Dead Sea? How much research do I have to do for my Jordan trip? How long a trip should be to cover key attractions in Jordan? Which cities or town(s) should be my home base in Jordan? How much would it typically cost for taxis or buses? Which Jordanian food should I try? And many more…With over 50 quick and practical tips, stories and advices, Solo Jordan visual travel guide book helps you to quickly start planning, organising and deciding on the travel essentials. The guide is intended to be more visual than comprehensive or detailed–as you flip through over 70+ curated photos–you will find them peppered with ‘bite-sized’ suggestions for solo travels in Amman, Petra, Dead Sea, Ma’daba, Wadi Rum and Aqaba.
Featuring stunning photographs of scenic, historical yet modern Jordan from the perspective of a Muslim women travelling on her own in Jordan, Solo Jordan travel guide includes a map of Jordan with a 7-day itinerary and a checklist of essential travel items. These will first give you an overall view of your trip, then take you step-by-step in the initial planning followed by a visual tour of towns and key attractions in Jordan. Planning and organising your Jordan travel will be a breeze with this Solo Jordan travel guide.
Throughout the travel guide, you would also find suggestions of unique and breathtaking locations for that ‘picture perfect’ moments during your holidays–even when you are on a solo journey. A special section on ‘Travels and Technology’ will guide you towards an unforgettable and safe travel in Jordan.
If you are ready for a trip of a Lifetime, dive into this Solo Jordan visual travel guide. It will certainly ignite your inner travel bug!
Review from Amazon.de (5 stars)
A very personal travel account and inspiring guide book
The author gives a very personal account of her trip to Jordan alongside with lots of tips for fellow travellers. Rather than the typical guide book for tourists the book feels more like a good friend’s advice for independent travellers composed in a highly professional way. As the title implies this book speaks with photographs rather than lots of text. Whenever there is a short caption though it is packed with hands on practical tips. In addition, the book is spiced with inspiring quotations motivating you to get going and out there yourself. Although the book seems to be intended for female travellers I don’t see why it shouldn’t inspire the guys as well. I only wished the book would have continued to more places. So hopefully Aisyah will take a longer trip next time!