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6 Gift Ideas for the World Traveler

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Finding the perfect gift for someone can be challenging, especially when they’re always on the move. Fortunately, there are many gifts out there that can be useful—regardless of where their adventure takes them.

Whether the person you’re shopping for is going on a road trip or cruising around the world, one of the gifts below is sure to come in handy! Read on for our top six gift ideas for the world traveler in your life. 

1. Eco-Friendly Notebook

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When you set out for a new destination, you want to be sure you can record some of the special moments you have so that you can look back on them later. That’s why some type of notebook made from eco-friendly materials is a fantastic gift for a solo traveler. They can keep their experiences close to them in something a little more romantic than their cell phone notes. And there are tons of options for sustainably sourced notebooks, including writing journals made from hemp or recycled plastic, that will last a long time.

2. Reusable Water Bottle

If you want to help your giftee travel more sustainably, consider buying them a reusable water bottle or a tumbler with straw so they can refill on the go instead of using plastic bottles around the world. As we become a more global society and have access to new places, we must do what we can to mitigate waste and promote recycling. That’s why gifting a reusable water bottle makes sense for any busy traveler.

3. Weather-proof Bag

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Part of being a world traveler means being ready for anything, including unexpected weather. That’s why having a waterproof backpack that can make it through the wear and tear of traveling is critical. It also makes an excellent gift because you’re sure that the person you’re shopping for will need a new one eventually. Waterproof backpacks also come with a lot of hidden features, such as USB ports for digital nomads and secret money pouches for secure travel.

4. Compass

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Even though most people can access a compass from their cell phones these days, there’s something timeless about giving a physical compass. It can act as a directional guide when the internet fails and a symbolic guide, which is why they make a great gift. Compasses symbolize finding your way when things are uncertain, so this gift can become something really meaningful depending on who you’re shopping for. For example, this could be a college grad or someone between jobs. This gift might give them the confidence they need to take on the unknown.

5. World Globe

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Because of the internet, you don’t see as many globes around people’s homes. However, there is still something exciting about spinning an actual globe around and tangibly moving the landscape of the earth as you pick out your next travel destination. For someone with a proclivity for adventure, a new globe might be the perfect gift. This demonstrates that you understand them and want to help inspire new adventures.

6. Portable Power Bank

Traveling in a digital world is great because you can stay connected with family and friends, use helpful applications to find your next location, and plan your schedule, but what happens when your phone dies? That’s why having a mobile power bank can be a lifesaver, plus it makes an excellent gift for someone who is always on the go. That way, if your friend finds themselves in an unknown place with a dead battery, they’ll have you to thank after they can juice up their phone.

When you’re looking for a gift for someone who travels, try to think about how they like to travel and what destinations they have on their list. That might give you ideas about what gifts make sense for them. There are tons of great options for world travelers out there, and most of the ideas we’ve mentioned above will come of use at some point.