It’s finally the festive season and you know what this means. Buying gifts can be a daunting experience, especially when you have to buy a gift for a travel lover like me whose always on the road and doesn’t have a home base to store belongings. So, I’ve compiled a list of my favourite gift ideas to help take the guess-work out of finding the perfect present this Christmas. They range from the small to large, the luxe to less and the practical to indulgent:
If you really want to make someone happy this Christmas, give them gift of incredible luggage!
December is also my birthday month. *Hint Hint*
A cocktail kit
Because no one wants to spend more than $10 for a cocktail in the sky.
AirPods are like wireless earphones but, unlike traditional Bluetooth headphones, this pair isn’t attached by a wire; you just pop each bud into your ear and go. With a five hour battery life these pods also work on Android and are available for about $160.
A good book
Never underestimate the power of a great book. Gift your loved one a few inspiring books to help plan their next big adventure or something to keep them company on their trip.
4-in-1 Lens and Tripod for iPhones
Most people (me included) rely on our phones for travel snaps. This is the perfect gift for someone who loves photography but can’t afford a camera or doesn’t want to travel with heavy equipment. With the lenses your loved ones can capture moments they’ll remember for years to come.
Lipault Paris Lady Plume Bowling Bag
I’ve had this bag for almost two years now. I love how it’s structured and strict and you can unzip and flatten is easily for storage. You can also slip it into a checked bag for an extra case for souvenirs on your return trip. It’s the ideal weekend bag! Available in three sizes.
Have a minimalist friend who loves fine art? These city are maps simple, chic and absolutely gorgeous.
Loop World Adapter
This modular adapter has plugs for 150 countries in one bright, compact package. It’s color-coded, so you can check compatibility with a glance at Flight 001’s companion map.
Skyroam Mobile Hotspot
Once you own this pay-as-you-go hotspot device, all you need to do is activate a 24-hour pass for up to five devices to access unlimited data. Day passes cost as little as $8 and cover more than 100 countries.
Digital Luggage Scale
When I received this as a gift and I thought it was really strange, but now that I’ve used it a couple of times I really love it. It’s a great, budget-friendly gadget that comes in handy to help you save money and avoid paying extra for overweight luggage.
A Passport Cover
I’m obsessed with this lovely airline route passport cover, There are different colors available and you have a choice of leaving it blank, printing your beloved’s name or an even an inspiring quote.
Christmas Gift to my readers
I actually have ten of these (Red /Blank Passport Covers) to giveaway. Share this link to stand a chance of winning (winners announced on Christmas Day.)[bctt tweet=”Looking for ? Gift Ideas for Travel Lovers? Look no further…”]
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