This past Monday night I put up on my office wall the 2013 edition of my favorite travel calendar: ‘1,000 Places To See Before You Die’ by Patricia Schultz. It’s a really good calendar, even for the casual ‘armchair’ traveler. Lots of good travel photos, descriptions, and summary itineraries focused on one destination per month. It includes one featured image per month, plus approximately one smaller photo per day (some panorama images span 2-3 days in this layout).
2013 Travel Calendar – 1,000 Places To See Before You Die
It’s approximately 12″ (w) x 28″ (h) when opened, so just be sure to devote enough vertical space for it on your wall.
You can buy it here from Amazon for under 7 US dollars… that’s a good deal if you’re into travel destinations / photography and still need a good calendar for 2013. It also includes an offer for a free online page-a-day calendar, with details on the inside cover.
Here’s the month-by-month breakdown for the 2013 edition shown above.
January: Sailing the British Virgin Islands
February: Rio de Janeiro (Brazil)
March: Scotland’s Hebrides Islands
April: Malaysian Borneo
May: The Netherlands Flower Route
June: The Brandywine Valley (Delaware & Pennsylvania, USA)
July: Marrakech and the Atlas Mountains (Morocco)
August: The Trans-Siberian Express (Russia – Mongolia – China)
September: Vancouver Island (Canada)
October: Texas Hill Country (USA)
November: Petra and the King’s Highway (Jordan)
December: Vienna (Austria)
I’ve been buying these calendars for a few years now. If you’re into them also, let me know what you think in the post comments below.