With Christmas just around the corner, it seems everyone is on the hunt for that perfect gift to give to the traveler in their life. According to a recent Access article, Travel and Tourism Statistics: The Ultimate Collection, Americans spent $1.1 trillion dollars on all things related to the travel industry in 2019.
With traveling one of the favorite pastimes of many people around the world, there are so many items that would make fun and useful things to give and receive, including these.
E-Bag Weekender Backpack
Almost every airline charges a fee for checking a bag on a domestic flight these days. For trips within the U.S. and even short weekend excursions, the Weekender backpack made by eBags is a perfect solution. It can hold several days’ worth of clothes and has many designated pockets for electronics, undergarments, and many other accessories. Even when stuffing it to the brim, the Weekender backpack still fits within the size requirements to qualify as a carry-on.
There’s no such thing as being too safe in today’s world. A traveler can always use a good padlock for their suitcase, briefcase, or even rentable lockers in airports. The good news is that these are relatively inexpensive, so if you just spent a lot of money purchasing one of the Philadelphia homes for sale or a house anywhere else recently, this gift won’t break your budget.
Anyone who travels a lot knows how hard it can be to organize a suitcase, especially for long trips. If there is any product out there that helps when it comes to cutting down the clutter in your bag, it’s packing cubes. These inexpensive devices have so many purposes and can make packing and unpacking less stressful and easier to manage.
A travel adapter is incredibly useful for traveling abroad, and with all the different types of plugs on the market now, they are universally handy. Between the different Apple and Android devices and outlets, an adapter makes an ideal stocking stuffer for the traveler in your world.
Everyone on the road often knows the annoying feeling of dirty hair after being on a long-haul overnight flight or in a car for hours. If you go several days without being able to take a shower, something as simple as dry shampoo can make all the difference in the world. It’s compact, inexpensive, and helps to make flat, oily hair looking and smelling fresh. While a shower is still the best option, dry shampoo is a close second.
Scratch Travel Maps
Many travelers are proud of where they go and love to display their adventures in their home for all to see. Scratch travel maps are a relatively new trend and have become extremely popular among the traveling community. Almost all of them start out with a black background and a gold layer of film over the map, and much like a scratcher lottery ticket, you use a coin to mark all the places that you’ve visited. They are fun to keep up with and are visually pretty to look at too.