With minimal effort you’ll have a beautiful map of your
travels to share with friends and family.
Updated December 13, 2019
Map and visualise your trips.
It’s fast, simple, fun and free.
Start mapping your trips now!
- Plan your upcoming trips and map previous travels
- Add notes, photos and blog entries to build a rich story of your travels
- Embed your trip map on your own blog
- Save your map as a high resolution image
- View and share your personal trip stats as an infographic
- Unlimited trips on one map
- Bookmark websites and save them to your trip plan
See how easy it is to make a trip map in this video
Try it yourself!
Create an itinerary map to plan an upcoming trip
Our free travel mapping tool can be a great resource when you are planning your trips.
If you are travelling to multiple cities and want to get an idea of which itineraries are going to be the most efficient,
just map all your stops out and see what the route looks like. Once you have worked out the route, you can add
notes and bookmarks to each stop to keep all your ideas in one place. Also, don’t forget to tap into our amazingly
helpful community of travellers by asking for trip advice in our forums.
Map out all your old trips
We spent a lot of time making this as easy to use as possible, especially when mapping out lots of stops and lots of trips.
You can very quickly add new stops to trips with minimal detail. For example, you can choose to add dates to each stop. Or not.
This mapping tool is flexible that way. Mapping out all your travels can be a huge amount of fun, as it’s a great way to relive memories.
Add photos to your trips
Travellerspoint allows you to upload as many photos you want. And if you geotag them, you’ll find they will automatically link
to stops near where the photos were taken.
Embed your map on your blog
If you are just looking for a simple route map to add to a blog post you’re creating then this
will do that for you nicely. You can either use the standard embed code or customise the map tiles to various other looks
as well. A beautiful interactive travel map will ensure your blog entry stands out from the crowd.
Generate stats for all your travels
After you’ve mapped out your trips, you’ll be able to view a view your very own travel stats page which will show you how many kilometres you travelled,
which countries you visited, which modes of transport you used and more. It’s a great visual summary of your life’s journeys.
Some Map samples
Would you like to see examples of some trips people have mapped out?
Click on any of the maps below to see a fully interactive version.
Questions and Answers
What are some typical users of this mapping platform?
- People wanting to map out an upcoming trip
- People wanting to map out all their previous travels
- Travel agents wanting to create a trip map for their clients
- People wanting to explore different destinations for an upcoming trip
Create your map
What tool do you recommend people use to map out their life’s travels?
The Travellerspoint mapping system is the perfect tool for this job. It can map out lots of trips in broad strokes or in great deal.
How many stops can I add to a trip?
There is no limit to the number of stops you can add to your trip map.
Is there a limit to how many trips I can map?
No, you can map all your life’s travels on one map. We have members with over a hundred trips mapped!
What mapping platform do you use?
We use Mapbox GL JS which is a competitor to Google Maps. We allow you to choose which map tiles you use with options available from Mapbox.com and Maptiler.com
How can I use the maps I’ve created on Travellerspoint?
Once you’ve mapped out your trip, you can embed the map in a blog on Travellerspoint or elsewhere. You can also generate a shareable link that shows the map in a standalone way.
Can I save the map as an image?
Yes, we offer an easy button save the map as a high resolution PNG. Perfect for photobooks or for printing out.
How long has Travellerspoint been around for?
Travellerspoint has been around since 2002. Our mapping tool has evolved over the years from a simple log of countries to the detailed trip mapper it is today.
Where do you get the travel information from that’s used in the map?
We have our own member created travel guide. When people view your trip map they will see content from that guide included with the locations.
Can I turn off the guide content that’s included?
Yes, if you are a supporting member you can turn off the guide content.
Can I get turn by turn directions from this tool?
No, that’s not what our mapping tool is intended for. If you need turn by turn directions, we recommend using something like Google Maps instead.
Looking for a Step by Step guide?
This How To Create a Map of Your Travels guide
will take you through the process of creating your travel map in a series of easy to follow steps.
Need more convincing?
You can do a lot more than just map your travels on Travellerspoint.
Creating an account is totally free and gives you acess to other handy features like:
Create your trip map now!