Books to Satisfy Your Wanderlust During Quarantine
By Moon Travel Guides
In times like these, we need books more than ever. When we want to be transported back in time or to faraway lands, these are the books that keep our sense of wanderlust alive—without ever having to leave home.
Fans of the great outdoors will love this gripping story of a biologist’s human-powered journey from the Pacific Northwest to the Alaskan Arctic. Written with a unique blend of science and adventure, this story is sure to keep you turning pages.
Travel around the world from the comfort of your home with this stunning book for adventure lovers. Packed with full-color photos, charming illustrations, and captivating overviews of each destination, randomly open to any page and discover your next daydream destination.
A heart-stopping adventure of epic proportions, this saga of survival and breathtaking physical achievement will have you rooting for these early 20th century mountaineers. Never climbed the Himalayas? Here’s your chance!
This book takes readers around the globe to learn about some of the most unusual places on earth, along with the myths, legends, and history behind each location. Perfect to read with a junior traveler!
Made for relaxation and inspiration, this coloring book was perfectly designed to help ease a worried mind in uncertain times. Put your pencils to paper and prepare to be transported to the Land of the Rising Sun.
Experience life through the eyes of a young girl coming of age living in both a “baboon camp” in Botswana, Africa and an elite Philadelphia prep school. It will have you dreaming of the great outdoors like never before.
Ever wondered what’s beyond the Eiffel Tower or the Louvre in Paris? Take an imaginary walk off the beaten path of this romantic city and uncover lesser-known destinations that are sure to become your new favorites.
Curb those road trip cravings with a peek inside this comprehensive guide. Full of expert advice, detailed driving maps, and mile-by-mile highlights, this one is for anyone who’s missing the open road.