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Best Gifts for Travelers and Digital Nomads
If you’re struggling to find the perfect gift for a traveler in your family or friend group without breaking the bank – look no further! As a frequent traveler myself, this list of traveler approved and best of all everything is under $50.
This cute and trendy bag is perfect for holding makeup, sunscreen, travel cosmetics and other important toiletries.
I’ve been traveling with mine for the last 2 years. It’s lightweight and the batteries and brush heads are easy to replace when needed. Plus the mirror mount doubles as a travel cover.
Will keep your traveler hydrated, but easy to pack when not in use.
Perfect for long flights so you can continue to wear your comfortable and noise cancelling headphones while watching the free movies. Connects via bluetooth to any compatible headphones.
A game so your traveler can show off all of their new geography knowledge… or not!
There’s nothing worse than being out exploring a city, taking pictures, and having fun and then realizing your phone is about to die! A portable charger is absolutely necessary.
The uses for this towel are endless! But the major benefits are that it’s quick drying, compact, lightweight and can be used at the beach, poolside or as a shower towel. I can’t tell you how much I’ve used mine!
Exploring the world in lists! This is one of my favorite ways to remember where I’ve been and what I’ve done. The list prompts are detailed and the water color images are beautiful.
This beautiful watercolor edition only becomes more colorful as more destinations are checked off the list. It’s a fun way to keep track of where all they’ve been.
When picking a gift for a traveler there are a few things to consider:
- what most fits their personality?
- does the item have a clear purpose (or purposes)?
- can it fit in their bag?!
You can also always consider purchasing them an experience or asking them what they NEED because usually we have a list of things we need or could use on the road which others may not consider.
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