Create a new trip or start with a ready made itinerary.
Add activity and accomodation cards. Drag-and-drop these around your daily schedule.
Print, publish and share!
As independent travellers or guides, we generally like to have a plan or list of things to see and do. When this travel plan starts to have timings and details, we call it a travel itinerary.
When travelling, having a good travel itinerary is a real stress and time saver. You have a guide for what to do and where to go.
Be present and enjoy the moments in your new surroundings. There is no need to keep figuring out what to do, or where to go next - that's all been sorted. Have no regrets later on, you know that your have covered all (or most) of the must do places. You haven't missed anything.
Having a planned itinerary is the road map to having an efficient route - no energy and time wasted back tracking or circling around. Clearly see transport options on the map.
I have been doing research. I have places to be and restaurants in mind. I need to get these organized. I think using a Word editor, spreadsheets and/or Google Maps is an overkill and messy.
There is a much easier way.
Use the Travaa. A tool to automatically retrieve location details (photos, addresses, etc.), pin markers to a map and drag-and-drop activity cards around your day-by-day timeline. Work with a large map (which expands to full-screen too!) to visually organize your trip.
Enjoy growing your trip plan to hundreds of places; quickly and still be on top of all the places and activities. Share your masterpiece of a travel plan with the other travellers in your crew via auto-sync to their phones (app), a public web page or email them a more traditional PDF.
Use a travel plan that someone else has already painstakingly prepared, updated and shared. You can find a variety of these at the itinerary marketplace.
Make your own tweaks, bookings and go.
Feel free to share your own itineraries on the marketplace for others to use after you get back!