Lonely Planet’s Travel Resolutions – 52 New Ways to Experience Planet Earth

Lonely Planet’s team of travel experts have handpicked their ultimate travel resolutions for 2014 in a brand new inspirational eBook: Travel Resolutions: 52 New Ways to Experience Planet Earth. From learning to cook the Jordanian way in Wadi Musa, to mastering the ancient art of flower arranging in Kyoto, Japan; the free eBook contains a different take on the classic New Year resolutions list, incorporating once in a lifetime, weird and wonderful experiences from around the globe.

Travel Resolutions is designed to encourage travellers to create their own travel-themed resolutions for 2014. The selection covers a range of interests:

  • Want to get fit? Try practicing yoga in Rishikesh, India, or climbing the highest peaks in Himalaya, Nepal.
  • Like to learn a new skill? Be taught how to paint by Tibetan monks in China, or attend a perfume workshop on the French Riviera.
  • Wish to conquer your fear? Scale the breathtaking Pulpit Rock in Norway, or go ghost-busting in York, England.
  • Need more me-time? Try a spot of stargazing in the Atacama Desert, or detox in luxury on Ihla Granda, Brazil.

Travel Resolutions is available now, and is free to download on e-Readers and as a PDF from www.lonelyplanet.com/travelresolutions

NOTES TO EDITORS

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