Six must-read books for your next vacation

April 19, 2021 | CAA Niagara


One of the ways many of us get inspired to travel is through research. Some of us may prefer to listen to first-hand experiences from friends or family, while others may spend time reading through travel blogs or books in search of all there is to know about a destination. 

Below are six books that will undoubtedly get you inspired to see the world!

World Heritage Sites: A Complete Guide to 1073 UNESCO World Heritage Sites

The list of World Heritage Sites is nearly as long as it is extraordinary. These sites aim to protect both cultural and natural heritage and carry much meaning to their locale. World Heritage Sites are designated by UNESCO which judges them under strict criteria with a view to the aim that they reflect the world's cultural and natural diversity and are of outstanding universal value

World Heritage Sites, published by UNESCO, covers 1073 of the various sites situated throughout the world - giving you something new to explore no matter where you are. 


How to Travel the World on $50 a Day

How to Travel the World on $50 a Day by Matt Kepnes

Written by Matt Kepnes, also known as Nomadic Matt, this New York Times bestseller title speaks for itself. From travel hacking to smart banking and finding inexpensive flights, the amount of useful knowledge and advice in How to Travel the World on $50 a Day is great for anyone looking to vacation on a budget. Enjoy great meals, comfortable beds and amazing sights without having to break the bank.


National Geographic Traveler: Dominican Republic

Dominican Republic by Christopher Baker

Located in the north-central Caribbean, the Dominican Republic combines tropical vistas with vibrant culture for experiential travellers. From unique and hands-on experiences to unforgettable tours and excursions, National Geographic Traveller: Dominican Republic guide written by Christopher Baker will make sure you get the most out of your time. Discover helpful tips for Santo Domingo, La Península de Samaná, and Cordillera Central are all updated for this latest edition.


Take the Slow Road: Ireland

Take the Slow Road - Ireland by Martin Dorey

For those looking to take their time and really embrace a different way of travel, Take the Slow Road: Ireland, written by Martin Dorey dives into incredible views and memorable moments one can make not only in Ireland but when travelling by camper van. In a fast-paced world, discover a new way to adventure on your own terms.


National Geographic: The World's Most Romantic Destinations

The Worlds Most Romantic Destinations by National Geographic Society

For many, one of the best parts about traveling and seeing the world is having that special someone there to experience it all with you. Whether it be to celebrate an anniversary or the start of new beginnings, National Geographic's The World's Most Romanic Destinations highlights 50 trips that will make any special occasion more memorable.


Hong Kong Chic (Chic Collection)

Hong Kong Chic by Sofia A. Suarez

Home to one of the world's largest economies, Hong Kong is commonly viewed as a must-visit destination for tourists around the world. From fine dining and boutiques to awe-inspiring views and adventure, Hong Kong Chic, written by Sofia A. Suarez, will reveal hidden treasures across Hong Kong.


No matter where you travel to next, it never hurts to know a little more before going on vacation. To learn more on your favourite destinations, be sure to visit Book Outlet. Not only do they have a wide variety of inspiring travel books, CAA Members also save 10% on regular-priced items* when shopping in-store.


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