40 AMAZING GIFT IDEAS FOR THE TRAVEL LOVER IN YOUR LIFE!
Gift ideas for the travel lover – I love looking at travel inspired gift ideas – and often buying one or two! Well with Christmas soon upon us here are some of my favourite gift ideas for those in your life with a love for travel. I have selected items perfect as stocking fillers with nothing on this list costing more than £10! (BE AWARE THERE ARE A LOT OF MAPS!)
1. A SCRATCH MAP!!!!
I love my scratch map and this is a great way to keep track of all your travels!
2. BEST OF TRAVEL 2019
4. A TRAVEL AWAITS ADVENTURE MEMO PAD (WITH STICKY LABELS!!!)
For the traveller and stationery lover!
5. THE SASS & BELLE VINTAGE MAP BIG IDEAS NOTEBOOK
6. A SAAS & BELLE VINTAGE MAP LUGGAGE LABEL
7. DO YOU GET BORED ON FLIGHTS? HERE ARE A FEW IDEAS!
8. A TRAVEL TOWEL
OK not the most exciting present in the world but wow are these useful!
9. A GREAT WALL STICKER FOR YOUR HOME
10. PENCILS WITH A MAP ON!!!!
11. A TRAVEL MUG
13. PLACE MATS
14. A LUNCH BOX
15. A MONEY BOX
16. PACKING CUBES
I have been eyeing these up for a while now as I know people say they are really great for helping organise packing!
17. HYGIENE ON THE GO!
(as it were ?)
18.A TRAVEL TOKEN
20. A TRAVEL CARD HOLDER
21. A PHOTO FRAME
22. A MAP CLOCK
23. GLASSES CASE
Give a personal touch to your map of ATLAS. Pocket maps are journey souvenirs to be filled in, colored, and annotated with memories and places you liked.
28. TRAVEL TIPS
29. A TRAVEL BRACELET
30. AN ALARM CLOCK
I once missed a trip along Kariba Dam in Zimbabwe because I didn’t have one of these! Lesson learnt!
31. A JEWELLERY ROLL
32. I-PHONE CAMERA LENSES
33. A WATERPROOF DOCUMENT WALLET
34. 2018 CALENDAR
35. A MOTIVATIONAL QUOTE KEYRING!
36. THE WORDLESS TRAVEL BOOK
37. THE TRAVEL JOURNAL
39. SOME TOILET SEAT COVERS ? TO GO WITH NO.17
Well I hope there is something in there that you
would like for yourself find suitable for the travel lover in your life! Lots of gift ideas for the travel lover!
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Working my way around the globe for 30 years – teacher, traveller, and train lover. Sharing authentic experiences from my travels and life as an expat in Australia.