The Hunt Guides – Review

Whether the plan is a gap year, a summer road trip or a multi-country backpacking adventure, The HUNT Guides Boxed Sets will provide local insight and flavor to any trip.

 

I was lucky enough to get sent these pocked guides to review. I have a personal interest in travelling, and was very excited to receive these and have a good look. As summer has just ended and students are about to get back to university life, it might be exciting to get planning next years summer (so its the best one yet!).

The Hunt guides are aimed to give you the most unique experiences around the world – with a personal focus on independent businesses within the countries (which I loved!!

All the hunt guides recommendations are tailored for all people such as visitors in a country, new arrivals or curious locals.

 

Another thing that I specifically loved was that at the beginning of the book, it gave you an insight and examples as to what you could do with ‘48 hours in the city’, which I thought would be very useful for someone who is new to travelling or a specific country.

 

The hunt guides are highly knowledgeable on all of their sources, and give you all the information that you would require for each business.

With fun photos, colours and structure throughout – the hunt guides are definitely good for us students, looking for a bit of advice for travelling.

They have a high range of individual books and box sets focusing of Global Cities, U.K and Europe Cities and US Cities.

  • Individuals £9.99 retail price
  • Box sets £39.00

 

The Hunt Guides are available from all bookshops and online retailers, or to order directly from Vine House Distribution, via email to sales@vinehouseuk.co.uk or by telephone on 01825767396

 

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Student Wire Editor. Second Year PR and Journalism student in Leeds. Big lover of tea and travelling. Instagram: @ejtblogging

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