Christmas is just around the corner, and you're most probably making your shopping lists now. For those of you who have traveler friends and family, here are a few gift suggestions so you won't have to rack your brain. You're welcome!

Universal gadget adapter

Travelers won't always have a power outlet available to them, and different countries have different socket types. Having a universal charger provides convenience and a hassle-free charging.  

Passport holder

The passport is an important travel document which has to be kept well. A sturdy holder will put the passport in place and will prevent a traveler from misplacing it.

Foldable bags

These things are necessary for dirty clothes extra personal belongings-when not in use, these will take up very little space in the luggage. Friends who love to bring a ton of new stuff after traveling will love this one. Check out this light weight duffel bag


Those who like to drink and travel will absolutely love anything alcohol-related gift. Give them those little bottles-whisky, vodka, tequila, gin, etc.-that they can put in their luggage or bring with them to the plane. Take note of these conditions so they won't go to waste. 

Toiletries organizer

It is difficult to travel with a messy baggage, so giving a toiletries organizer (or any type of organizer for that matter) will sure help ease the pain! Check out this hanging toiletry kit.

Travel pillow

Friends who often do haul flights will thank you for this. Sure, these are easily found in airports, but those things are unreasonably expensive. See this one made with beautiful memory foam. 


This is excellent for those who like activities like backpacking and adventure activities. A towel may not be the most exciting thing in the world, but because this is one of the most often overlooked items by travelers, you're actually doing them a favor. Go for the microfiber and antibacterial type, like this one.

A plane ticket

If you have the budget, go for a plane ticket. This gift will most probably bring your traveler friend/family to tears, so be prepared for a long hug and maybe some ugly-crying. Another alternative: If you know that the person already has a ticket, you can get them a tour/hotel package that's already been paid for.