The word “Travel” is usually seen from two different perspectives. First, traveling outside of the city you are living in into a place you haven’t or have previously explored. And the other is traveling to different countries, whether for leisure, business, or a holiday. The travel industry has been on a rapid growth scheme for the last few years, and as flights become cheaper and more available, so increases the number of people who wish to travel.
Whether it is our first time to travel someplace warmer, nicer, fact remains that a lot of people have already experienced the joys of travel, and are now actively sharing their stories in written and video format. Travel writers are very, and always have been, popular amongst those who like to plan their holidays ahead of time. Travel writers were some of the first to generate real communities around their stories, propelling more growth in blogging.
It Now Comes to This!
What we would like to share today is aimed more at those who have already had traveling experiences. Perhaps you’re an individual writing about the joys of your travel, or you work for an agency and you’re in need for specific graphics to help convey ideas to potential investors and travelers themselves. Infographics have become a one-stop solution for crafting insightful pieces of graphic art that thoroughly explain particular issues. However, creating infographics from scratch can turn out to be a lengthy task to accomplish. Thankfully, plenty of graphic and digital designers have shared their travel-related graphic elements for anyone to download for free. We saw a huge increase in the number of searches for this particular issue, and decided it was time to roundup our collection of interesting, creative, and beautiful infographic elements related to travel, and traveling.
With these infographic elements, you can rapidly prototype a full infographic that talks about travel, or anything related to leaving the country. With 28 individual downloads, we are more than convinced that you will find everything you need to make your infographics happen. If you have some spare downloads of your own, we would love to populate our lists with your recommendations.
As for the best tools to create infographics with, we have already discussed this in our infographics tools roundup. Any of those tools in the list will give you plenty of choices from their stock library, while many will also allow to use your elements, such as the ones you’re about to download as you dig deep within this list. Thanks for being an awesome community member!
Flat travel accessories and infographic elements have a couple of interesting choices to pick from. The elements are as follows: a timer element to describe the best time to travel, a progress percentage bar to display travel related information, a suitcase with the essentials inside, a nice pie chart that you can use to describe different balances when traveling, a cute calendar for discussing travel planning, and more progress bars to showcase things like how long it takes to travel from one place to another by using different travel vehicles.
A good start to the list, let’s keep going as we have tons more to explore.
This one is more conservative. The first two panels discuss transport-related questions in your infographic (such as how long it takes to travel by plane, train and car on an individual journey). The other one is for the overall locations you’d be visiting on a particular trip (for example 10% mountains, 10% city, and 80% on an island). Meanwhile, the other two are about accommodation and money — these will come in handy to discuss on your infographic topics like accommodation and the cost of it, but also other expenses and housing related questions.
What’s fun about these infographic downloads is that they all offer unique elements, but you can easily combine each element individually into one big infographic. If you feel like you’re looking for a specific element, search this page for a keyword and it should quickly come up. As for the elements in this one, we have a map with a destination point that we can use to determine the location we are trying to reach, and a computer with two hands on it mimicking an action of booking flights. We can use this to discuss the best sites for booking flights, or other flight-related concerns. We also have a cute element of luggage stacked together; preferably for discussing important travel items to take on a specific trip, and a passport element to discuss anything related to customs, visas, etc.
People want to travel the world, but often get scared away because of the costs, lack of information, and other related concerns. There can be an end to this, beginning with those who have had at least a little travel experience. This is what this particular infographic download outlines. Four bubble elements in the form of a ship, airplane, bus, and car suggest all the analytics one must know when traveling: preferred travel methods, travel time, and costs. An interesting element showcases the World Map with four cities outlined: London, Paris, Rome, and New York. The use for that could be the explanation of what each city has to offer. And a charting element for discussing anything related to percentages, such as budget, time spent, and other similar practicalities.
Hand-drawn digital art implies care, creativity, and a sense of purpose. That’s why infographics using hand-drawn art tend to be so successful. In this travel infographic we have a few cool elements to choose from, starting with a huge luggage icon where all other elements wrap around it. We don’t feel like you should stick to this infographic alone. Instead, you can export the luggage icon individually and use it on any other template. The elements are as follows: an airplane for showcasing flights or prices, a camera icon for showcasing the most popular destinations, a ticket icon that could be used for various travel tickets, a passport icon for anything related to official documents, and a map location element for mapping out important locations during your trip. All of that on a wonderful and eye-appealing blue background with some modernized textures.
A little more taste of what hand-drawn infographics feel and look like; this one has blue colors, too! The elements here are slightly different and organized in a specific way. The main theme for this download is the best travel destinations — a big computer image in the middle of the infographic that’s connected to other elements, including: an airplane, a hotel building, a cruise ship, a temple icon, a bus, a calendar, and a piggy bank. What we made out of this is quite straightforward. You can use these elements to discuss pressing topics about the travel destination, and how to get there through careful planning and budgeting. Once again, a great compliment to other infographic elements that you will find in this post.
Vector Travel Infographics has quite a few elements available. First up, a location map, credit card and currency icons for payments, a smartphone icon for explaining phone-related formalities, a set of icons for modern amenities (transport, sights, restaurant), a camera and a few photographs for souvenirs and what to bring home from the trip, a passport for anything related to formal documentation, travel tickets, and a luggage icon. All these are, of course, just individual elements. Infographics tend to be of many designs and styles, but what makes it truly spectacular is the creativity of its author. Take these, and other elements we have up for download, and create an infographic that won’t be a match for anything else. That’s when people will know that you’ve put a lot of heart into the process, and will freely help you promote your work.
Here’s an interesting concept for an infographic. It’s a visual picture of an airplane connected to many analytics-related elements and a timeline. We thought long and hard about the purpose of this one, and what we came up with was this: you could use this individual infographic as part of an element of a bigger infographic that you’re working on, and use this segment to talk about the timeline of the country that you’re building the infographic about. Discuss important points, and use the chart related elements to outline any important changes; currency, crime, tourism, anything that would keep the reader engaged and more interested in visiting the country/destination.
Each graphic designer is always carrying a different approach towards expressing the ultimate goal. Here we have a travel infographic that features the graphic element of a boy who’s ready for a vacation. This adds a cute effect to the overall theme. The elements here are categorized slightly differently. With these elements, you will be able to talk about travel destinations in the third sense. That means you can talk about research on things like how many tourists visit a particular country, or which countries attract the most visitors. The pie charts are to be used for discussing additional information of the countries you are listing, and a price ticket widget gives you room to display the average cost of flights to a particular location.
Once more, we find ourselves exploring hand-drawn art. This time, we also have a luggage icon in the middle, accompanied by two smaller backpacks, travel tickets, a passport and a camera. This implies that we can use the elements on infographics that wish to discuss it all. The elements themselves fall under money, transport, location and information. Money to discuss any financial issues one may encounter on the trip, or financial advice. Transport to outline distance between locations, the cost of traveling, but also the overall travel times between locations. Location can be used to display the locations you’re advertising for and the percentages that customers should know about. And information is all about enlisting individual descriptions of particular destinations. With these elements alone, you can already start creating a full-scale infographic.
As a general rule, an infographic of a particular subject (such as travel) will have elements that will be natively essential to the infographic and must explain the overall theme through the use of visual elements. In our particular case, those elements are going to be: money, tickets, passport, calendar, luggage, and transport (car, train, and boat). With these few elements alone, we can outline the important details of traveling. We can show the ticket price and how a budget should look like. We can use the calendar to help plan additional trips and activities. Furthermore, we can remind our readers about important luggage items to pack. Lastly, we can talk about transport solutions once the travel destination has been reached.
Here’s something unique: a travel related infographic that focuses on the world map and individually pinpointed locations on it, with the addition of a passport and flight tickets on the side. We feel that the best use for this element would be to discuss the amount of time it takes to travel from one location to another, and also to discuss any important point about each location that the traveler might wish to know about. Other than that, it’s hard to think of any other use for this particular download. If you come up with something unique, drop us a line and we will gladly add it to the description!
A unique design to our list, similar to that airplane design. Here’s a pyramid that’s full of transport elements: scooter, ship, train, bus, car, and an airplane. What this suggests is that we can use the infographic to talk about travel options in a particular location, how much they’d cost, and where to sort them out.
The more colors, the more fun. This is true for anything related to graphic design, unless the case demands for a dark and shallow one. But anyway, here is a colorful travel infographics template that has a few cool elements to offer. A calendar date marker potentially outlines best travel dates to the location. There’s also an optional widget for transport. The world map can show the length of travel from your location to the destination. Lastly, there’s an interesting air balloon element that you can presumably use to showcase some sort of activity.
More planes! We need more planes, heh! Our curiosity has been aroused with this particular download. It features a full-width plane element, but the plane itself has been allocated with 5 different points of discussion. You can use this to explain plane details and how it works. This is interesting, since it is hard to imagine a situation where an infographic related to traveling would require this. Still, it might come in handy in some strange case. Other elements include a full-color World Map, stunningly beautiful and will work well with everything else we have learned about so far. A set of six widgets at the bottom helps you discuss transport and food-related stuff. Actually, the collection so far has been astounding, and so many great infographics are going to come out of all these downloads. We look forward to reading yours!
It looks like this is going to be our last hand-drawn collection infographic elements. We certainly enjoyed discussing and teaching you about them all, but it’s time to wrap them up with the “hand-drawn travel infographic elements”. In this one, you will most definitely find some good stuff, such as: a calendar date for setting the travel date or mentioning the best time to travel, a map for telling your readers about the best locations, a passport for educating your infographic readers about the official processes of traveling, an airplane to mention flights, flight costs and other flight related topics, a boarding pass, to teach about the security precautions and overall airport clearance process, and a luggage object to mention all the good stuff that people should bring with them when going to the destination you’re talking about.
Hello to the sunny side of the planet. Here’s a brightly shining, warm, and sunny infographic for free download. Tickets, passport, a palm tree, camera, an airplane, a rescue ring. All those good little icons make infographics more detailed and personalized. And all that on top of flat design. What more could we need?
Even more flat design goodies. Let’s look at all the available items: accommodation, rental car, passport, baggage, life guard, photography, money, board, and transport. We have here a quintessential collection of individual items that you can use to plan a trip, using nothing but an infographic. The way this could be done is simple, but we would have to switch over to the marketing side of things. Instead of talking about trips individually through text, you can build an infographic that thoroughly discusses an individual trip to a specific location, and then explain everything that would be involved in the trip. This could seriously become the next technique for travel agencies to market with. When you think about it, such an infographic does all the difficult work for the traveler himself; all you have to do is negotiate the price and make the final decision.
A fairly basic collection of icons, elements and items. We love the little opened luggage with a few items inside, and the large space at the back. Here you can discuss any essentials and basics that one should bring. If you should pick any of the elements from this one, it would be the creative little luggage element. We can see it bring huge success when combined with everything else that’s up for download.
The popularity of travel couples has grown immensely fast. Seriously, YouTube and Facebook is overflowing with couples resorting in countries like Thailand and Indonesia, advertising their way of making the dream happen. Having been there myself, the dream isn’t always going to be easy to achieve. It requires a strict and solid investment of time in the journey to make it possible. Traveling as a couple and documenting your travels requires a lot of trust and patience. However, there are plenty of good things in it as well, one of which is being able to be away from home for extended periods. The elements we have for download here: planning, documents, money, and tickets. Also a full-width element that discusses locations such as: mountains, forests, cities, and hills.
This couple is more realistic, in a sense that they have a certain travel character. The elements included here are: searching and planning, luggage and small bags, booking tickets and apartments, documents and money, map and books, and travel around the world. Once again, it is one of those things where there are two uses. First, you can use the template to talk about yourself and your partner and how you travel the world. The other is that you can create specific infographics for couples that wish to travel and what to expect. The difference is subtle, but still a difference. Any travel couples out there, please let us know if you have more templates of this kind available for download. We’d love to add a few more to this list as we can foresee the demand for these increasing fast!
Are you a nice traveler? Are you a female? Do you wish to talk about your experiences at particular locations? Well, if all of those have fallen under yes, then you’re in luck! This is a beautiful infographic template for a female traveler to share her insights about traveling. You could easily plug this template into an infographic you’re already working on.
Within this template, it’s all about places. Five of them. So, if your objective is to discuss specific locations and give some detail about them, consider using this template. The orange color makes it shine.
Here’s a smooth, cool, modern infographics template with some unique elements. A little island with palm trees and mountains with clouds and sun above them. These imply that you can use both to discuss the mentioned two travel destinations. Other elements include a full-on world map with mapped out travel destinations.
We did imply that most of these downloads are aimed at bloggers and individuals who travel around and wish to talk about their travel findings. But, another important part of traveling is travel agencies. These guys make millions of holidays possible. Usually, they have a lot of invaluable insight to share with others who wish to travel. Because of that, we are adding this travel agency-oriented infographic theme to support travel agencies in their web design processes. For the most part, it is the design itself that suits an agency. All the elements seem to be fairly common amongst all the other downloads we have.
Welcome to the Flat Design Travel Infographic! The elements available are: planning, location, money, tickets, passport, camera, transport types, luggages. All the little details that can best describe a particular journey.
Travel-Related Elements for Infographics
This was one of the most creative roundups we have done at Colorlib. There are so many great choices to pick from, and we just know that you all are going to love these downloads. You’ll probably feel obliged to pass them onto your travel buddies, because you know how knowledgable they are in this area. Enjoy these, and we look forward to seeing you in one of our other roundups.