5 Travel Gifts for Every Age
Have a traveler on your gift buying list and don’t know what to get them? No worries! Here are five perfect gifts for every age on your list.
Travel Gifts for Men and Women
1. Travel Stub Diary – $12
This is such a great idea! It’s the perfect spot to organize and keep all your stubs safe.
2. Cork Globe – $48 to $124
My family gave me one of these and I love it! Mark the places you’ve been in red and the places you want to go in green.
I don’t know of a book-lover who doesn’t like bookends, so if your travel bug is also a bookworm, get some bookends that highlight their favorite places. For example:
4. Energybits – $120
Don’t look at me like that. If you take spirulina, you know how hard it is to travel with it. Energybits make it easy.
Travel Gifts for Teens
1. Fuji Instant Photo System – Price varies
Cultivate your teen’s artistic side while capturing priceless memories.
2. El Camino Bracelets – Price varies
These charm-like bracelets are a stylish way to show off your travels. (Price is listed in GBP, but shipping is reasonable.)
3. Grid-It Organizer $16
If your teen is like mine, they have more cords than they know what to do with. Help keep them organized while you’re on the go!
4. Headphones – Price varies
When I asked my teens which headphones they recommend, they said, “Any.” Maybe this list will be a bit more helpful.
5. Portable Charger $22
You’re going to have to charge all those electronics. This one earns 4.9 out of 5 stars and over 1100 ratings.
Travel Gifts for Kids
1. Little Passport World Edition, Ages 6 to 10 – $13 to 15 per month
Give your child a piece of the world with this monthly box.
2. National Geographic Kids Ultimate US Road Trip Atlas – $6
Loaded with maps, games, and activities, this atlas is the perfect answer to, “How much longer?”
3. Travel Bingo – $20
A game with numerous ways to play and no loose pieces? It’s a winner every time!
4. Travel Reveal Pads – $5
No mess coloring is a must for every plane or car trip!
5. Homemade Travel Diary – Priceless
This one will take some time and you’ll have to plan it ahead of time, but trust me, it’ll be worth it. You can use something as simple as a composition notebook. Before your trip, fill out some pages with your itinerary, planned stops and any other additional information you’d like to include. Leave plenty of space for memories and pictures. (Be sure to pick up travel brochures along the way!) Your child will love reading about themselves and their family. Thanks to my friend Elle who gave me this idea.
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