Safar is Urdu for travel, a journey, and -naama is a suffix which means 'an account of' or 'the story of.' For example you might remember the famous books Baabarnaama and Akbarnaama. These were supposed to be accounts of Baabar and Akbar's rule respectively. So, similarly, a 'safarnaama' is an account of a journey or travel, which we can call a travelogue.
Safarnaama is the title of a song sung by Lucky Ali in the film Tamasha. The full song's translation can be found at http://www.bollymeaning.com/2015/10/safarnama-lyrics-translation-tamasha.html.