Lonely Planet, the numero uno in providing the travel content, marked its entry into the Indian market with the launch of ‘Lonely Planet for the Indian Traveller’, its official series of ten outbound travel guides customized for the Indian traveller.
A first of its kind product, Lonely Planet’s first locally produced guides for outbound destinations have been tailored as per the Indian travellers’ needs and sensibilities.
The collection consists of travel guides for 10 outbound destinations namely Singapore, Thailand, Hong Kong, Dubai, Bhutan, China, Great Britain, London, France and Italy. ‘Lonely Planet for the Indian Traveller’ guides have been anchored by Indian authors living in respective countries who are aware of Indian travellers’ needs. The guides ensure travellers discover the best of a destination and return with great stories to share. Ideal both for planning and when in a country or city, the guides contain vital travel information including the must-see sights, shopping locations, Indian restaurants and local food recommendations, family ideas, itineraries and more.
Caption: Mr Sesh Seshadri,General Manager of Lonely Planet India,Tony Wheeler, Co-Founder- Lonely Plant & Mr. Matt Goldberg, CEO, Lonely Plant