This holiday season, gifts should meet the traveler in your life's needs and wants. It may be tricky as a plane ticket is too costly, and avoiding unwanted "stuff" can be hard. But you don't need to go crazy figuring out what to buy all. If you are in need of thoughtful and ethical inspiration, and they haven't given you a "Christmas gift wish list," read on.

Be mindful of what kind of traveler they are: if you're dealing with a conscious backpacker, a luxe-loving adventurist or someone who spends more time on business trips than in their own abode.

1. Cocktail Box Co.'s Carry-on Cocktail Kits (Click the link to check the price)

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You don't need to fly first class or book an elegant hotel room to enjoy a lavish cocktail. Take these travel cocktail kit drink sets wherever you like.

A Cocktail Box Co's carry-on cocktail kit gives an air passenger everything needed for two cocktails, except the alcohol, which you purchase during your flight's beverage service. It requires merely a splash of booze from the drink cart.

2. Epicka Universal Recharger (Click the link to check the price)

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This may not be the sexiest or most interesting item but it is very functional. Travel adapters are one of the mandatory things that you must carry along with your passport.

Charging up to five devices in one go, the Epicka universal re-charger has two USB ports at 2.4A for tablets and cameras, two USB ports at 2.1A for mobile phones, and an 8-pin AC socket for almost any kind of plug design. You can use it to charge your iPhone/Pixel along with your smartwatch and laptop.

For safety, the safe shutter inside the socket is dust proof and is anti-electric shock.

3. Moleskin Passion Journal - Travel (Click the link to check the price)

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Travel memories deserve more pride of place than Evernote notes. Moleskine has designed its Traveler's Journal to be your personal travel memoir. Get organized and neatly creative with color-coded tabs, detachable lists, stickers, and plenty of writing space with ruled, dotted, and plain pages.

Designed with the modern traveler in mind, the journal has handy travel tips, such as world time zones, global temperatures throughout the year and international clothing and shoe size conversions.

4. YETI 26oz Insulated Rambler (Click the link to check the price)

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Be thoughtful and make sure your travel buddy stays hydrated on the road. The double-wall vacuum insulation keeps drinks hot and cold drinks cold for hours.

The Rambler bottle has a 'buy it for life' feel to it for its many uses: great for car camping, keeping coffee or soups hot, as a day hike bottle, or keeping hydrated while running through an airport. 

Made of insulated stainless steel, the bottle is leak-proof and the insulated cap can be clipped with a biner. The color coating has built it to last with no chipping, fading or cracking. It comes in 12 different colors.

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