gift guide: travel gift ideas for the holidays
When shopping for family, it can be a challenge coming up with a unique travel gift ideas. We’ve put together some gift guide ideas that are unique and check the boxes for those on your gift shopping list. From wine loves, to dog and cat lovers. You may need a gift for yourself!
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Adult Roadside Attraction Coloring Book
Know someone who loves roadside attractions? Add this coloring book to your bucket list. Color roadside attractions in this beautiful coloring book.
Beach Towel from Dry Fox Co
An XL towel that checks all the boxes. It is compact, lightweight absorbent and quick drying. AND it has a zip water resistant pocket to conceal your valuables.
holiday gift guide for families
Travel with your Fillow!
Turn your sweater or hoodie into a pillow. It’s easy to wash, fits in your pocket and lets you rest on the plane or in the car.
Double Insulated Water Bottle
Thanks to Becca and Dan experienced travelers, who created S’well. They have a S’ip double insulated water bottle that is made of stainless steel and it has a screw top. It also bottom heavy to avoid spills while traveling.
Need a way to do laundry while traveling? You need to check out Laundreez. Perfect gift for the traveler in your life.
Rawhyd Long Leather Wallet
Great gift for the men in your life. Find their wallets prices from $19-32 and they have a toiletry bag that makes a great gift too!
Rawhyd gives back 105 of their profit every month to an orphanage they have partnered with in India that helps pay for their school fees.
Give the gift of a local meal for your traveling friend. Traveling Spoon connects travelers to experience home cooked meals to cooking lessons, in local homes around the world, Learn how to make pasta from an Italian grandmother. Grind curries from scratch on a family farm in Thailand. They also offer gift cards so you can give the gift of a culinary experience to someone traveling. They have over 1000 experiences across 150 cities worldwide.
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