The Travel Map is located at this link.


The YouTube Channel is located at this link.


The Photos are at this link.


Published Articles at this link.
 

 The Free Pointless Traveler World Travel Map is massive and shows every travel destination, vacation spot and famous hiking trail in the world. It can be viewed on a phone or tablet without any WIFI or data plan. The downloads on this website are KML files created with Google Earth and work best on the iPhone with the Galileo Offline Maps App. This is an OFFLINE MAP. What that means is that the whole thing is saved onto the phone. The app doesn't use internet or a dataplan and is great for travelers who are away from home with no phone service or WIFI.  

  • Download the Galileo Offline Maps App onto an iPhone or iPad, (It helps to upgrade to the Pro Version). Direct Download the Travel Map from Drop Box, (this may take a minute). Then choose to open the map in Galileo.  

The Galileo App has a small blue arrow that will indicate the traveler's exact location without any data plan or wifi; even when the phone is in airplane mode. It shows backpackers if a cab is headed the wrong way because they can see it on their phone; or Galileo can show hikers exactly where they are on the trail so they don't get lost. It's also fun to go into the Galileo Settings and turn on, "Show Bookmark Name;" and then go into the iPhone Settings and turn off, "Cluster Bookmarks."


The CAMPGROUNDS DOWNLOAD is located at this link. I have ready, a CAMPGROUNDS DOWNLOAD with enough points to block the Earth. It more or less has every campground in the world and is intended for travelers who are going to exclusively stay at campgrounds. I don't recommend using this download in the Galileo Maps App along with the travel map. There are so many campgrounds in this download that they make the map difficult to use. My advice is to open the campground download in the MAPS.ME App.  MAPS.ME will show travelers their location, even without a data plan or wifi; campers can then choose a campground that is close to their location. That same campground will most likely be listed on Galileo Maps; the user can find the campground that they see on MAPS.ME and drop a new pin on that campground in Galileo Maps; instead of having thousands of extra campgrounds on their map that they don't need.  MAPS.ME has a few great features that are different from Galileo. It only uses little red pins, which are nice because they don't block the map. It also has a great city guide and is the easiest way for people to find the, "Forever 21," store when they visit Manhattan. However, Galileo shows where all the bars and ATMs are, which MAPS.ME doesn't; and that's what a lot of travelers really need to know; "Where's the beer and the ATM?"