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10 Great gifts for frequent travellers

BY Joshua Joda

10th Aug 2023 Travel Guides

10 Great gifts for frequent travellers

From organising cubes to travel journals, here are some fun gifts for frequent travellers and people that are always on the go

Whether they’re a digital nomad or backpacking for a year, if you know someone that travels a lot, you know they may often be busy, stressed–or both. Frequent travel is inherently stressful but there are ways to alleviate that stress, whether that’s through taking breaks between trips or with the use of certain gadgets.

So, it can be a nice gesture to buy them something to fit in with or acknowledge their lifestyle—a little gift can go a long way. Here are a few fun gifts that might just light up a traveller’s day.

Wanderlust scratch maps

Wanderlust scratch maps

One thing that someone that travels for a living probably likes to do is to think about their trips, whether that’s thinking about upcoming ones or past ones. This is where this gift comes in, with this high-quality and detailed world map (61 cm x 43 cm), which can document where someone has travelled to.

It features colourful countries with gold foil that can be scratched off to reveal the country’s flag, combining a bit of interactivity with geography.

 

Vintage leather journal

A5 leather journal

There are many choices out there for journals of all styles and varieties but you can go for a more retro look with this vintage offering. It’s durable, packed with 100 sheets and is uniquely refillable as you can replace the original paper with different types of A5 paper, for a lifetime of use.

It’s a great choice for a journal as it can be easily accessed for daily note taking or journalling.

Note: Sheet size is A5.

 

Electronics organiser bag

cable bag

With this accessory bag, gone are the days of sifting through your luggage or backpack for your USB cable or travel adaptor as you can store everything in one place. The bag also has a main compartment area for power banks, headphones and more, alongside divided pockets that can fit pens and USB cables.

Plus, being shockproof and water resistant, it’s great to have in case of any accidental spills or inclement weather.

 

iBlockcube worldwide travel adaptor

iBlock travel adaptor

If you know someone that frequently travels internationally and doesn’t have a worldwide travel adaptor, it may just be the easiest recommendation in the world to make. This adaptor will save time in having to buy new adaptors in different regions, compatible with US/EU/UK/AU plugs.

Made from environmentally material and fire-resistant plastic, it also features three USB slots and a USB-C fast charging slot.

 

Anywhere: a travel guide

Anywhere: a travel guide

This deck of travel cards is more of a unique gift, being designed to inspire exploration and a bit of spontaneity with travel. It’s great for getting out and exploring new places as well as potentially meeting new people.

It’s also available digitally on Kindle.

 

TALLGO travel pillow

Tallgo pillow

It may not seem like it but a good travel pillow can really go a long way in neck/head support and generally with travelling in more comfort. Travel pillows are a recommended choice for frequent long-haul travellers who see themselves in one position on a plane or train for multiple hours.

If you want to see more top choices for travel pillows, you can find them here.

 

Vicloon travel cubes

Vicloon travel cubes

Everyone packs differently and there are ways to optimise the space you have in your luggage. However, these packing cubes offer a way to compactly organise your travel essentials.

With eight bags included (three compression cubes, three pouches and two shoe bags) you’re able to store everything from your clothes to footwear and accessories. The cubes are also a great idea for keeping your personal items clean from dust and damp, which can easily happen with items mixing in your luggage.

 

Velvet jewellery box

Velvet jewellery box

This lightweight velvet case is an ideal way to store and organise your essential jewellery on trips away. It comes with six slot rolls and two compartments for storing everything from earrings to necklaces, which can be among the easiest things to misplace or lose.

 

Adventure keychain

Adventure keychain

Depending on where the person is going, travelling can be a bit of an adventure, so this stainless-steel keychain feels appropriate. Small and to the point, it’s a reminder of the nature of travel and great to put onto a set of keys or have as a decoration on your luggage.

It should make for a great gift for the outdoor enthusiast or traveller in your life.

 

Noise-cancelling earplugs

Noise cancelling earplugs

Getting a good amount of rest on long-haul or regular trips can easily be a top priority for a frequent traveller, due to needing to be well-rested to work and carry on travelling if needed.

Perfect for taking on flights, these ear plugs block ambient and distracting noise for that needed peace and quiet. The plugs fit all ear sizes and they’re made of flexible hypoallergenic silicone.

 

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