5 Holiday Gifts for the Traveler In Your Life

The holiday season is fast approaching and if you haven’t settled your gifts, fear not!  We’ve compiled some of our must-have gifts for the traveler in your life.  Something for all budgets!


iPhone/Android Cell Phone Travel Charger – I can’t count the number of times this handy little tool has saved one of us in clutch situations.  Imagine leaving your hotel room early in the morning to take in a day of seeing the city.  Before you know it, it’s 10PM, you’ve been taking notes, photos and checking in on your phone and you have 2% battery left.  No worry, you’ve got a full 0-100% charge in your bag!


“Rite in the Rain” Weatherproof Tactical Clicker Pen – Black Ink (97) – Depending on the circumstances of travel and the type of person you’re buying for, this may come in handy.  For the old school traveler who prefers to jot notes down with pen and paper, this is a must have.  This all weather pen is perfect for writing on wet paper and in extreme weather conditions.  So for those rugged individuals braving the elements, this pen can be a great gift.


Scratchable World Travel Map – I admit I don’t actually own this, but if it matters, this would be a very cool gift.  No more messing with thumbtacks!  Just scratch off where you’ve been on this map and you’ve got a fun and unique way to keep track of travels that you can take with you wherever you go.


Midori Traveler’s Notebook Journal Passport Size – Brown – The ultimate in travel notebooks.  Endlessly customizable and one that will last for a long time.  Be mindful though, that if you get this, you’ll also want to get inserts to accompany these.  The positive is that the level of customization makes it perfect for keeping track of receipts, notes, contact info, anything that you’d want to take down.


Handheld Selfie Tripod – Do you know a solo traveler that needs to be in more of their photos? Well this little tool will help them get more personalized updates and provide an easy way to get them in photos without running the risk of an anonymous photographer running off with their camera!

So there you have it!  What do you think of our choices?  Have anything else you think we missed?

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