Do you know someone who is feeling glum over travel restrictions? Cheer them up with these thoughtful gifts for the grounded traveler!
Whether you’re celebrating holidays, birthdays, or just because, these thoughtful gifts are sure to raise your traveler’s spirits.
These items will help to keep the travel memories alive until we can all travel more freely.
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The Bucket List Coffee Table Book
The next best thing to traveling is planning future travels!
With this book, the traveler in your life can begin dreaming of all the travels they’ll take in the future.
Sony a7R IV Mirrorless Camera
Travel photography is a fantastic way to keep travel memories alive.
But it can be tough to learn photography techniques while you’re traveling.
Now’s the perfect time to gift your traveler with a camera. They can begin developing their photography skills now so that they’re ready to take amazing pics when it’s time to travel again!
Custom Map Coasters
If you can’t go to the world, why not bring the world home to you?
You can customize these coasters to show a location that’s special to your traveler. Maybe a place that has fond travel memories for you both!
Airplane Bottle Openers
Sometimes it’s the little things that trigger happy memories.
These airplane bottle openers will help your traveler to recall happy memories flying to far off locations.
Plus, the bottle openers can create new memories when your traveler uses them at home!
Coloring Map Coffee Mugs
How often are travelers asked which countries they’ve been to? Or how many states they’ve visited in the United States?
Now they can show people! With these coffee mugs, your traveler can color in the locations they’ve visited and fondly think of those places while drinking their morning coffee.
Samsung Galaxy Buds+
Someday, we’ll be able to get on airplanes again. And on that day, we’ll all want noise-canceling earbuds like these.
In the meantime, your traveler can use these earbuds to cancel the noise on local walks or runs through their neighborhood.
Fujifilm SQ6 Instax Square Instant Camera
While more advanced cameras capture all that wonderful detail, these instant cameras add a layer of fun to any trip or night at home.
Your traveler can use this instant camera to snap quick pics of family and friends at home. And they can use this camera to snap quick pics of amazing places when it’s time to hit the road again.
Tumi Voyageur Just In Case Backpack
I love travel items that are just as great to use at home as they are on the road.
This backpack is the perfect size for an airplane personal item. It’s also perfect for running errands near home.
This is a great gift that your grounded traveler can use now and when they can start traveling again.
Scratch Off Map of the World
Like the coloring map coffee mugs, your traveler can use this map of the world to mark off all the places they’ve visited.
It’s a wonderful way to visually see where they’ve been and where they dream about going next.
S’well Travel Coffee Mug
A travel coffee mug is another gift that your grounded traveler can use now and when they travel.
Your traveler can take this coffee mug with them to local coffee shops and to coffee shops around the world to keep their drink warm (or cold!).
Lo & Sons Claremont Camera Bag
Every great camera deserves a great travel bag.
When your traveler is ready to travel again, they can store their photography gear in this travel bag. It’s a great way for your traveler to protect their gear without wearing a bag that’s too obviously a camera bag.
Is any traveler’s home complete without a globe of the world??
This one is extra cool because it also lights up. So bring on the mood lighting with this fantastic globe.
With these thoughtful gifts for the grounded traveler, you’ll be able to raise your traveler’s spirits and help them to prepare to travel again in the future!
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