Do you know someone who loves to travel, or who just loves the idea of travelling more? These ideas might be exactly perfect for them. Here are my gift ideas for travellers for this year!
Push-pin World Map | Brass Bear Bell and Whistle Set | Luggage Tags | Compact Leather Backpack | Luggage Scale | Clear Packing Cubes | Jewelry Organizer | Purse Hook | Passport Cover | Monogrammable Luggage | Scarf | Dual Makeup Pouch and Jewelry Organizer | Boat n Tote | Leather Weekender
Travel-themed gifts will be so appreciated by just about anyone. Whether they have a big trip booked for next year, whether they’ve always loved to travel, or whether they’re just starting to get into the idea of travelling more since the world has opened back up, these gift ideas will be both thoughtful and handy. I also love these ideas for someone younger heading off to college or university next year who will find themselves out exploring the world and travelling home for holidays. As our schedule has gotten busier over the last little while, I’ve been trying to be more diligent about booking us little trips away so we can recharge and our recent trip for a few days in Niagara-on-the-Lake got me thinking about how much I appreciate my little collection of travel supplies that I’ve put together and how much easier and more enjoyable they make the whole experience. I had so much fun putting together this list of a few gift ideas for travellers!
Push-pin World Map | So fun for any world travel enthusiast to be able to mark off all the places they’ve been. Makes a beautiful piece of wall art and a great conversation starter too!
Brass Bear Bell and Whistle Set | Every hiker should have a set of bear bells and the whistles are a great idea too. This set is beautiful and perfect to give as a gift. There’s no reason why you can’t be fancy while warning the bears of your presence on the trail.
Luggage Tags | Love the stylish handpainted monogram on these. Perfect for making your black rolling suitcase stand out on the luggage carousel.
Compact Leather Backpack | An elevated mini backpack is infinitely better than a purse for long days walking through the city.
Luggage Scale | I can’t tell you what a relief it is to know for sure that your luggage is under the weight limit while flying, especially as rates for extra baggage seem to climb higher and higher every year.
Clear Packing Cubes | We’ve sworn by this brand of packing cubes for years now. I think we have about five sets at this point. We all use them every time we go somewhere, even if it’s just for a night. The fact that they’re clear makes all the difference because you can actually find what you’re looking for!
Jewelry Organizer | There’s just something so delightful about having exactly the right organizing tool for the job, isn’t there? This is the perfect little case for most everyday jewelry travel needs.
Purse Hook | Where do you put your purse when you sit down at a cafe or restaurant? The floor? Your lap? On top of the table? No! You hang it neatly from the edge of the table using this hook!
Passport Cover | Love this smart looking passport cover. A nice little upgrade to last a lifetime.
Monogrammable Luggage | Truly a “wow” gift. Beautiful luggage made even more amazing with a custom monogram.
Scarf | I have this affordable cashmere blend Amazon scarf/wrap in the camel color and it’s my absolute favorite right now. Unbelievably soft and cozy. I’m tempted to buy every color.
Dual Makeup Pouch and Jewelry Organizer | How smart is this? The perfect compact organizer that holds your toiletries on top, with a little zip-up compartment underneath for jewelry basics.
Boat n Tote | Truly my favorite hold-everything luggage, even if it’s not really luggage. Just the most practical straightforward solution for most non-air travel trips, or even just everyday uses. The large size is perfect as a weekender, the large holds extra pairs of boots and shoes or everyone’s snow gear, and the medium is perfect for souvenirs (it holds about seven bottles of wine, as I discovered on our recent trip to Niagara-on-the-lake 🙂 )
Leather Weekender | A beautiful upgrade that they’ll have and use forever, but probably something that they wouldn’t buy for themselves.
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Courtenay Hartford is the author of creeklinehouse.com, a blog based on her adventures renovating a 120-year-old farmhouse in rural Ontario, Canada. On her blog, Courtenay shares interior design tips based on her own farmhouse and her work as founder and stylist of the interior photography firm Art & Spaces. She also writes about her farmhouse garden, plant-based recipes, family travel, and homekeeping best practices. Courtenay is the author of the book The Cleaning Ninja and has been featured in numerous magazines including Country Sampler Farmhouse Style, Better Homes and Gardens, Parents Magazine, Real Simple, and Our Homes.