The following books are products from travel bloggers on travel topics such as blogging, working abroad, house sitting, and more. There are affiliate links in this post. If you purchase a product through one of them we will receive a commission. It will cost you nothing extra. While we cannot say that we have personally read each of these books, we can say that we know these bloggers, trust their brand, and are quite happy to be promoting their products to our readers. Enjoy!

Books on Blogging


Book: How To Build A Travel Blog
Author: Matt From Nomadic Matt
Description: Do you want to create your own website but think you lack the knowledge to do so? Think starting a website is hard? When you don’t have any experience building a website, starting a blog can seem like daunting task. But I have news for you – creating your very own blog is easier than you think. You can do it in just a couple of hours! If you desire to have a blog (on anything) so you can share your thoughts, photos, and story but don’t have a background in web design, this book is for you. If you keep thinking of having a blog but don’t like the idea of spending hours trying to figure it out (who has that time anyways?), this book is definitely for you.



Book: How To Make Money With Your Travel Blog
Author: Matt From Nomadic Matt
Description: Do you want a more successful blog? Do you want to work less and have more time for what you want? Want to run a website that brings in money while you lay on the beach or play golf? Wouldn’t it be great if your office was anywhere you wanted? I used to think that it wasn’t possible to make money online with a blog. Like so many people, I thought that the only way to make money online was to either be unscrupulous or get really lucky and invent something like Facebook. But I was wrong – you can create something awesome that helps people and earn a living doing so. It’s easier than you think. If I can do it, you can too and I want to show you how.

Books on Volunteering and Working Abroad


Book: How To Teach English Overseas
Author: Matt From Nomadic Matt
Description: Looking to get a teaching job overseas but not sure where to start? Worried it might be hard? It’s easier than you think…even if you’ve never taught a day in your life. While getting a teaching job might seem like a time consuming and stressful task, it’s actually very easy once you know just a few tips and tricks (tips and tricks I learned through teaching throughout Asia). This book will help you eliminate your stress, fear, and anxiety about finding a job. It will save you weeks of online research and give you the most accurate and updated information you need to land your dream job.




Book: The Volunteer Traveler’s Handbook
Author: Shannon From A little Adrift
Description: The Volunteer Traveler’s Handbook guides new and veteran travelers through the challenges of finding, vetting, and choosing their ideal volunteer experience. The book’s practical advice is interwoven with first-person narrative, stories from a wide range of volunteers, beautiful photography, and expert interviews to help interested volunteers find meaningful ways to give back to communities all over the world-through volunteering, but also through social enterprises and supporting sustainable tourism practices.



Books on Housesitting


Book: Break Free: The Ultimate Guide to Housesitting
Author: Dani and Jess From Globetrottergirls
Description: Dani and Jess, the Globetrottergirls, have been avid housesitters since 2010 and have looked after many houses around the globe including a beach house in the Caribbean. The book guides you through the entire housesitting process from: How to find housesitting opportunities, how to find the right housesitter, how to get a housesit (even with no experience), how write a stellar profile and how to deal with issues of homeowner’s insurance, contracts and emergencies. Also included is an in-depth analysis of over 20 housesitting websites including membership rates and pros and cons of each, plus samples of profiles and applications to model yours after and detailed checklists to use during housesits.


3D COVER FINALBook: How To Become A House-Sitter: And Experience The World
Author: Dalene and Peter From Hecktic Travels
Description: Over our past 3 years of travel we have spent more than half of this time house-sitting. We have taken assignments in Ireland, Belgium, Turkey, Spain, Honduras, Canada, London and New York. Not only have we been able to experience exotic locations in a very intimate way, but we have also saved over $30,000 in accommodation costs. If you want to learn how you can start your own house-sitting adventures, we have revealed all our secrets in this book.


Books on Preparing and Budgeting

httw50coverBook: How To Travel The World For $50 A Day
Author: Matt From Nomadic Matt
Description: Looking to save money on your next trip but don’t know where to start? My book will teach you how to avoid bank fees, find cheap flights, save on travel insurance, work overseas, get free accommodation, and use credit cards for FREE travel. This book also has detailed cost information for all the regions of the world to help you plan your trip better. It also features all my tips and tricks for you to lower costs on the road. After all, I’m not rich so I need to save money just like you! My book on traveling is going to teach you how to save money in so many ways it’s going to be mind blowing. You’ll be able to travel the world for less than it could cost you live at home. You will also be able to cut hundreds off any trip you take…no matter how long your trip is.



Book: The Visa Guide For US Citizens
Author: Talon From 1Dad1Kid
Description: It can takes hours to weeks to research all the various information about foreign country visa requirements for US citizens. I have done all that research for you and put it into a single resource that is quick and easy to use. This book will give you not only the pertinent information about traveling to all the countries recognized by the State Department but also tips on travel, unique stories about some of these destinations, and more.


Book: The Ultimate Tech Guide For Travelers
Author: Anil From FoxNomad
Description: Turn technology into your biggest ally on the road by learning how to manipulate your gadgets in countless ways guided by your own personal guide. When you purchase The Ultimate Tech Guide For Travelers v 2.0, you’re not only getting access to a resource that will help you do things like stay connected to the Internet from the most remote places or make sure you never lose another digital travel photo again, you’re getting me. That’s right, me. For a full 6 months after purchasing The Ultimate Tech Guide For Travel you’re getting one-on-one technical support for anything you read in the book.


Books on Food

BookThe Food Traveler’s Handbook
Author: Jodi From LegalNomads
Description: The Food Traveler’s Handbook addresses why food matters and how travelers can explore the world through the many ingredients we find on our plates. It also tackles very valid safety concerns, from sourcing fresh eats to finding market stalls that serve hygienic meals. The book focuses primarily on cheaper food in developing countries, but its principles and tips can be applied worldwide.



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Book: Eating Thai Food
Author: Mark From Migrationology
Description: Ever seen or smelled a Thai dish that looked irresistible, but you didn’t know how to order it? The guide is an 100 page e-book that will walk you through the process of ordering Thai food (in ENTIRE meal plans), so that you can order lip-licking combinations of food that you might not even have known existed. The guide is loaded with scrumptious photos and information on how to order a well rounded Thai meal, best Thai street food dishes, explanations of Thai food cooking styles, important Thai food phrases (in English and Thai), and much more!



Book: Vegetarian Thai Food
Author: Mark From Migrationology
Description: Thailand is famous for its street food – and not enjoying street food while in Thailand would be downright disappointing. But…specific vegetarian street food stalls don’t exist in Thailand. This guide will offer you a huge range of vegetarian dishes to eat and exact details on how to order them – so you can dine on the streets of Thailand (at non-vegetarian restaurants) and eat only vegetarian Thai food! The Vegetarian Thai Food Guide is the information and results of over 2 years of eating in Thailand and the successful completion of a 1-month vegetarian Thai food challenge!

Location Specific

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Book: 101 Things To Do In Bangkok
Author: Mark From Migrationology
Description: Bangkok has a multitude of attractions.Fascinating historical sites, jaw-dropping palaces, shopping madness, and infinite quantities of delicious food are all abundant. You’ll gawk at golden temples, shop-til-you-drop at sprawling markets, and taste food that will make you jump up and down for joy. Bangkok is loaded! But, with so many world class attractions for you to contemplate, it can be challenging to choose the things you want to do. And that’s exactly why I’ve created the “eBook: 101 Things To Do In Bangkok,” – a 3.5 year compilation of what I think are the top things to do while you’re in town. Within the eBook I’ve also included some of my personal tips and suggestions so you can make the most of your time in Bangkok.



Book: Delhi Travel Guide
Author: Mark From Migrationology
Description: Delhi is such a vast city and there are so many different areas of town that each offer a diversity of attractions and interesting sights. So after arriving, I began to explore the city, mostly by taking local transportation, and visiting A LOT of attractions, eating at countless restaurants, and digesting as much information about Delhi as I possibly could.This guide is for anyone who’s interested in Delhi, India. While it mostly covers practical information like where to stay, what to do, and where to eat, it’s also packed with plenty of photos and stories from my stay. So this Delhi Travel Guide is not only for those planning to visit Delhi, but for anyone who wants to learn more about India!




Tel_Aviv_Cover(1)Book: Tel Aviv, Israel City Travel Guide 2013
Author: Marysia From MyTravelAffairs
Description: Are you planning a trip to Tel Aviv and need an ultimate guide to help you make the best of your holidays?! Pristine sand beaches and superb water sports conditions. An off-the-hook nightlife scene and spectacular restaurants where spices and cultures blend perfectly. An impressive collection of modern and contemporary art. What else do you need to have a great time? Oh, yes! Add the sun almost the whole year round. Cultural events every single night of the week and an easy access to any other attraction in Israel, from the Holy Sights to the Red and Dead Seas. A truly perfect mix!




kyrgyzstanBook: Travels In Kyrgyzstan
Author: Natasha From WorldWanderinKiwi
Description: I fell in love with Kyrgyzstan – its people and its landscapes – when I travelled there. This eBook ‘Travels in Kyrgyzstan’ is the expression of that affection, a tribute to Kyrgyzstan itself, and I hope an inspiration for adventurous travellers everywhere who seek authentic travel experiences.

The Central Asian republic of Kyrgyzstan is one of the poorer countries in the world but adventure travellers everywhere will rejoice at the opportunities for trekking, climbing, and authentic cultural experiences that come with travel in Kyrgyzstan.




Free eBooks


Book: The Philippines: Pearl Of The Orient
Author: Flip From FlipNomad
Description: The Philippines – Pearl of the Orient is a FREE EBOOK showcasing the beauty of my home country, The Philippines. There are more than 80 pictures of gorgeous destinations in the country provided by 40 Filipino Travel Bloggers.