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Unique Gift Ideas for Someone who Loves to Travel

Unsure of what to buy for the travel addict in your life? Look no further! These unique gift ideas for someone who loves to travel will give you all the inspiration you need.

Are you looking for some unique gift ideas for someone who loves to travel? Check out these products below which are guaranteed to delight those travel addicts in your life.

Note: This is not an advert or a randomly researched list. I personally use all of the products listed. I am not affiliated with any of the companies within the post.

El Camino Travel Jewellery

Nothing will make you look more well travelled and start a conversation quicker than a hand made El Camino travel bracelet or necklace. The sturdy woven bands come in four different colours and you can choose either a single or double bracelet. Necklaces are adjustable and come in one size. As you create your travel memories you can collect countries, oceans and regions. This is a unique gift which lets globetrotters create a visual representation of their travel adventures around the world.

Visit the El Camino website

Baltic Sign of Power

For the spiritual traveller, check out these unique necklaces made by Latvian artist Brigita Ektermane. One of the ways in which Latvia’s rich folk history has been maintained throughout the centuries is in the form of abstract symbols. These signs and symbols offer power and protection to its wearer. The pendants are very robust and made of scratch resistant material used to make watches. Each one comes with a sign meaning and description.

Visit the Baltic Signs of Power on Etsy

City Skyline Picture

Do you know someone who left their heart in San Francisco or someone who is dazzled by the bright lights of London? Why not surprise a loved one with a beautiful watercolour skyline of their favourite city. These prints are available in a variety of colours and sizes.

Visit City Print Art on Etsy

Snapfish Photobook

Every picture tells a thousand words. Who doesn’t love flicking through their travel memories? Snap fish is a great way to create photobooks and collate a truly unique and customised album. Another bonus is that Snapfish regularly run promotions on their products which means you can pull together an expensive looking photo album for less. These albums make great coffee table books and will absolutely please any snap happy traveler.

Visit the Snapfish website


For those who haven’t heard of the buff, well you’ve been missing out. This is a multifunctional item that no traveler should be without. A buff is a tube of lightweight material that can be used in a variety of ways. It can be worn as a neck scarf, beanie hat, bandana, headband, or face mask. The extremely lightweight material means that it’s easy to hand wash and dry on the go.

Visit the Buff website

International Adapter (With USB Ports)

This may not be the most exciting gift in the word but the practical traveler in your life will thank you for it. For those who like to travel light this compact and portable plug helps limit the number of adapters you have to travel with. The multiple USB ports means you can charge multiple devices at the same time. An ideal stocking filler.

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Drink Safe Water Bottle

For environmentally cautious travelers, this could be a winning gift. Drink Safe Systems sell water bottles which will provide you with safe drinking wherever you are in the world. Their purification and filtration technology removes bacteria and chemical compounds in water. These products are used by the Red Cross, so you can rest assured that you will be drinking safe water and doing your bit for the environment by reducing plastic waste.

Visit the Drink Safe Systems website

National Geographic Subscription

National Geographic next to mug

National Geographic magazine has been in circulation for over 130 years now. Why not inspire someone close to you with the wonders of the world. An annual subscription is a very reasonable £27 and the magazine is issued monthly. The subscription also includes digital access to the magazine.

Visit the National Geographic website

Foldable Ray-bans

Yes, that’s right. Foldable Ray-bans. If you are looking to spend a little bit more on a travel inspired gift, these portable sunglasses are stylish and practical. When not in use they fold up neatly into a compact case which easily fit into a small hand bag or pocket.

Visit the Ray-Ban website

Did you enjoy these Unique Gift ideas for someone who loves to travel? Let me know about your purchases in the comments.

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  1. Omg, as I am coming from Latvia, the Baltic Signs of Power is something that caught my attention! I have never heard about these necklaces, but I happy that I found them! Thank you so much! 🙂

    1. I stumbled across them when I visited a local market in Riga. Loved my necklace so much that I’ve had to purchase more from the Etsy store. They’re pretty unique. Thanks for reading and I hope you can perhaps treat yourself to one. Or send this list onto someone and perhaps they’ll take the hint 😉

  2. I love the city skyline pictures and photo books are such a good idea! I created one after our Disneyland holiday rather than printing them out for photo albums! Such cute ideas. Thank you for sharing.

    1. I love them! Don’t think I’d want any kind of other sunglasses now. They are not the cheapest of course but they are less expensive than a lot of RayBans other styles.

  3. All these ideas are wonderful! I really love the foldable ray bans! I do not have enough fingers and toes to count the number of times I’ve broken my sunglasses on vacation…

  4. Those city skyline pictures are just amazing and those foldable sunnies are totally my thing. Great gift ideas, thank you for sharing xx

  5. I have that foldable rayban! I’m using it all the time and wherever I go! I love that accessories suggestion and the buff (i just heard of it).

  6. I love the travel jewelry idea, mainly because I found a good one too before Christmas. Anything bracelets and that is connected to travel is cool. For me I’d also like a good diary (e.g. Paperblanks) so I can document all of my travels.

    Carolin | Solo Travel Story

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