Funky Guides – Budget Travel ebooks


Backpackers Guide to Southeast Asia

Available in all Amazon stores.

Backpackers Guide to Southeast Asia

£2.99 | €3.99 | $4.49

published : December 2015

Backpacking routes for Thailand, Cambodia, Laos, Vietnam, Indonesia & The Philippines plus plenty of budgeting advice. It also includes info on vaccinations, visa rules and border crossings for all countries (including Burma) as well as the best festivals, adventure destinations, party towns and historical wonders that are out there waiting to be discovered.


 


Backpackers Guide to South America

Available in all Amazon stores.

Backpackers Guide to South America

£2.99 | €3.99 | $4.49

published : July 10th 2015

This guide includes backpacking routes for Colombia, Ecuador, Peru, Bolivia, Chile, Argentina, Uruguay and Brazil. It also features info on visa requirements, return tickets, vaccinations and typical backpacking costs in each country. Plus plenty of inspiration from the continent’s best festivals and party destinations to the top natural wonders, cultural highlights and awesome activities for adrenaline junkies.


 


Concept – No Nonsense Budget Travel ebooks

The concept is simple. At MyFunkyTravel we don’t believe that to visit somewhere new and have a fantastic time you need an expensive 500 page guidebook that tells you where to go, what to do, where to sleep, where to eat, where to drink, how to travel and how to behave while doing all that. Before long you can become fully submerged in and dependent on your guidebook and all the adventure and fun of travel is sucked out of the experience.

So we created Funky Guides, a range of budget travel ebooks which offer the compromise between information overload and being totally unprepared. The guides contain concise but important info on visa regulations, border crossings, typical budget travel costs and other things that you genuinely do need to know. Thrown in are a few suggestions for finding great local festivals, adventure destinations, natural wonders, places to party and potential travel routes.

They are all easy to use, available offline once you’ve downloaded them from Amazon and will hopefully help you plan your next trip and be a useful source of info once you’re out on the open road.