Struggling to know what to get your jet-setting friends? After their recent trip to India, they’ve gotten ridden of most of their things and they hate clutter. They seem to have everything they need in a trusty backpack and when you asked them what they want, they specified nothing. If this sounds like someone you know, these six thoughtful gift ideas may give you the inspiration you need.
Scratch maps are a great way for your friend to keep track of all the places they have been. Hanging one up on the wall makes for a great conversation starter and each country changes color when you scratch it.
If your friend likes to travel, they probably already have a travel adaptor. What they might not have is a multi-adaptor that can be utilized in all countries across the globe. These are handy and save space during a long-haul trip between continents.
A small, personal journal is almost always well-received. It’s thoughtful and is a way of letting your friends know their memories are valued.
This is another practical one that will definitely be appreciated. On long trips, a portable charger can be a true lifesaver.
A Copy of “On The Road”
On The Road by Jack Kerouac is an essential read for all travelers. If they’ve read it already, they’ll appreciate a special edition copy and if they haven’t read it, they should.
If your friend loves to read but travels light, a Kindle is a great solution. Load it up with books they love for a gift that keeps on giving.
Portable speakers are also great for traveling. Anker speakers come in very small sizes but they pack a punch. They are a great way to bring the party wherever you go – even the sea.