8 Unique Travel Journals
I Was Here: A Travel Journal for the Curious Minded
Fill this colorful journal with hand-drawn maps, observation lists, and restaurant reviews. The distinct sections let you plan for shops, eateries, and cafés you'd like to visit during your adventures.
To buy: $17, anthropologie.com.
Featured August 2011
The Journey Journal
Plot out your route across America on the cover of this quirky diary. As you chronicle the trip, you’ll be prompted to sketch pictures and record how you feel waking up each day.
To buy: $14, etsy.com.
This heavy-duty notebook will keep you organized from start to finish on your next adventure. Sections include how to prepare for a trip, plus daily itineraries and a memento envelope.
To buy: $24, poketo.com.
Passions Travel Journal
Plan short weekend jaunts or long overseas voyages with Moleskine’s exceptionally organized notebook. It comes stocked with calendars, flight durations, and time zone information to make preparation a cinch.
To buy: $20, moleskineus.com.
Ticket Stub Diary
Scrapbook as you go by storing old theater tickets or train stubs you can’t bear to throw away in the clear plastic slips. Lined margins allow you to jot down memories of the trip to revisit years later.
To buy: $10, uncommongoods.com.
Travels and Experiences Panama Notebook
Stay stylish anywhere in the world with Smythson’s sleek, customizable journal. The minimalist pages let you recount days lounging on the beach or exploring ancient ruins anyway you’d like.
To buy: $80, smythson.com.
The Little Black Travel Journal
If you find yourself losing itineraries and confirmation numbers during a trip, look no further than this compact notebook for organizational guidance. Along with keeping track of flight numbers, car rentals, and hotel bookings, you’ll still have space to record your fondest overseas memories.
To buy: $13.50, amazon.com.