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Lonely Planet is a large travel guide book publisher.[3] As of 2011[update], the company had sold 120 million books since inception.[4][needs update]


Lonely Planet was founded by married couple Maureen and Tony Wheeler. In 1972, they embarked on an overland trip through Europe and Asia to Australia, following the route Epic Runs of the World [Lingua Inglese] of the Oxford and Cambridge Far Eastern Expedition.[5][6]


The company name originates from the misheard "lovely planet" in a song written by Matthew Moore.[7] Lonely Planet's first book, Across Asia on the Cheap,[8] had 94 pages, was written by the couple in their home.[9] The original print run consisted of Epic Runs of the World [Lingua Inglese] stapled booklets.[10]


Tony returned to Asia to write Across Asia on the Cheap: A Complete Guide to Making the Overland Trip, published in 1975.[11]


The Lonely Planet guide book series initially expanded in Asia, with the India guide book in 1981,[12] and expanded to rest of the world.[4] Geoff Crowther Epic Runs of the World [Lingua Inglese] was renowned for frequently inserting his opinions into the text
of the guides he wrote. His writing was instrumental to the rise of Lonely Planet. The journalist used the term "Geoffness", in tribute to Crowther, to describe a quality that has been lost in travel guides.[9]


By 1999, Lonely Planet Epic Runs of the World [Lingua Inglese] had sold 30 million copies of its travel guides. The company's authors consequently benefited from profit-sharing and expensive events were held at the Melbourne office, at which limousines would arrive, filled with Lonely Planet employees.[4]


In 2007, the Wheelers and John Singleton sold a 75% stake in the company Epic Runs of the World [Lingua Inglese] to BBC Worldwide, worth an estimated £63 million at the time.[9] The company was publishing 500 titles and ventured into television production. BBC Worldwide struggled following the acquisition, registering a £3.2 million loss in the year to the end of March 2009. By the end of March 2010, profits of £1.9 million had Epic Runs of the World [Lingua Inglese] been generated, as digital revenues had risen 37% year-on-year over the preceding 12 months, a Lonely Planet magazine had grown
and non-print revenues increased from 9% in 2007 to 22%.


Lonely Planet's digital presence included 140 apps and 8.5 million unique users for lonelyplanet.com, which hosted the Thorn Tree travel Epic Runs of the World [Lingua Inglese] forum.[13] BBC Worldwide acquired the remaining 25% of the company for £42.1 million (A$67.2 million) from the Wheelers.[14]


By 2012 BBC wanted to divest itself of the company and in March 2013 confirmed the sale of Lonely Planet to Brad Kelley's NC2 Media for US$77.8 million (£51.5 million), at nearly an £80 million (US$118.89 million) loss.[15] Epic Runs of the World [Lingua Inglese]


In April 2020 Lonely Planet made the decision to close its Australian and London offices and reduce staffing levels globally in response to the downturn in the travel industry resulting from the COVID-19 pandemic. The company continued to publish its guidebooks and phrasebooks, but ceased the publication of coffee Epic Runs of the World [Lingua Inglese] table books, children's books and the Lonely Planet magazine.[16]


Lonely Planet's online community, the Thorn Tree,[17] was created in 1996. It is named for a Naivasha thorn tree (Acacia xanthophloea)
that has been used as a message board for the city of Nairobi, Kenya since 1902.[18] The tree still exists Epic Runs of the World [Lingua Inglese] in the Stanley Hotel, Nairobi. It is used by over 600,000 travelers to share their experiences and look for advice. Thorn Tree has many different forum categories including different countries, places to visit depending on one's interests, travel buddies, and Lonely Planet support.


In 2009, Lonely Planet began publishing a Epic Runs of the World [Lingua Inglese] monthly travel magazine called Lonely Planet Traveller. It is available in digital versions for a number of countries.[19]


Lonely Planet also had its own television production company, which has produced series, such as Globe Trekker, Lonely Planet Six Degrees, and Lonely Planet: Roads Less Travelled.[20] Toby Amies and Asha Gill Epic Runs of the World [Lingua Inglese] (both British TV presenters) took part in the Lonely Planet Six degrees.[citation needed]


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