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11 Travel Bullet Journal Ideas

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Bullet Journal page ideas can elevate your travel experiences to new heights. As someone who has turned spontaneous road trips and carefully planned vacations into lasting memories through Bullet Journaling, I’m excited to share some tips.

Each trip is an adventure, and capturing those moments in your journal can make them even more special. From packing lists that ensure you never forget your essentials to daily logs that let you relive every moment, these 11 travel Bullet Journal ideas are here to inspire and guide you.

Ready to embark on a journaling journey that enhances your travels? Let’s dive in!

Using a Bullet Journal to plan your travels offers a host of benefits that go beyond mere organization. Personally, I’ve found that jotting down itineraries, packing lists, and daily reflections not only keeps me on track but also heightens my travel enjoyment.

There’s something incredibly satisfying about checking off experiences as they happen, almost like collecting memories in real-time. Plus, having everything in one place ensures you never forget important details, from flight times to must-see landmarks.

And let’s not forget the joy of flipping through those pages later, reliving each adventure with vivid clarity. Trust me, a Bullet Journal will become your ultimate travel companion.

Plus, I really love using my Bulelt Journal to keep my memories of my travels. I know we often take tons of pictures, but how often do we print them or look back at them?

If you have a Bullet Journal, you can turn your memories into fun pages that you’ll enjoy both creating and looking back at.

So let’s look at some pages to help you start with your travel journaling, and be sure to scroll until the end since there are some free printable travel Bullet Journal pages.

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Stationery Recommendations

There’s a lot of stationery out there, so it’s easy to get lost and get the things you won’t like using or that are not good quality.

So, before we dive into the pages, here are some stationery recommendations!

  • A journal. You’ll need a journal for all your travel pages. You can use a usual journal, like my favorite Archer And Olive notebooks (use code MASHA10 for 10% OFF), or you can do something more like a refillable travel notebook.
  • Sakura Pigma Fineliners – these are a staple for creating any Bullet Journal spread. Their black archival ink and many different nib sizes will allow you to create stunning and elaborate pages.
  • Tombow Fude Brush Pen – These small tip brush pens are universal. You can create elaborate brush lettering and beautiful headers or just use them for drawing.
  • Markers. You probably want to add some colors to your pages, and I recommend choosing a few of your favorite markers. For me, it’s absolutely Zebra Mildliners.

With all your stationery ready, let’s dive into page ideas.

13 Travel Bullet Journal Ideas

I hope by now you're excited to start using your Bu;let Journal for your next trip, and I gathered here 11 different ideas for pages that you might want to try.

So, let's just dive right into it!

Free Travel Journal Printables

You rarely leave this blog without a freebie, and I have some travel-themed printables already available in the Resources Vault that are ready to use right away.

If you don’t have access yet, you can always sign up in the form below.

Once you confirm your subscription, you’ll get the password to get 50+ free Bullet Journal printables, stickers, and worksheets to use right away.

If you’ve never used printables before, be sure to check my post How To Use Printables In Your Bullet Journal.

It’s pretty basic, and you can find all the supplies you need in my post Supplies For Using Bullet Journal Printables.

More Resources

Do yu want to dive in and get more travel page ideas? Of course, I’ve got you covered!

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>>> What pages do you like using to plan your vacations? Share with us in the comments!

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