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Gift Guide for the Traveler in Your Life

Surprising the travel addicts in your life with all-expenses paid trips to far flung places would be amazing for sure, but if this might seem a little bit extra, here are ten practical and much more accessible gift ideas to consider:

Muji packing cubes these lightweight organizing cases help make packing efficient and neat. Once you start packing with them, you will never know how you lived without them. $15 for the large size.

Slip silk pillowcases you may never have thought of a pillowcase as a beauty product until you try sleeping on one of these. They are exceptionally soft and are proven to help fight aging, sleep creases and bedhead. $85 for the queen size. Zzzzzzzzzzzzzz

Shhhowercap when those flimsy plastic hotel shower caps just won’t do (and they generally don’t), look no further. These caps are not only functional, but they look incredible too. $43

Manta eye mask enjoy total blackout on your travels – and at home. $29.99

Uniqlo ultra-light down compact jacket solves the problem of when erratic weather makes assembling your travel wardrobe tricky. It takes up almost no room and weighs very little but will pack a heavy punch against cool weather.  $59.90

A TSA-approved clear travel toiletry bag, like this one from Cable in the Bay so you can avoid hassles at security. $19.99 for 1-quart size

Baggu reusable bags for all your shopping adventures away and at home – you can have one for every mood. From $12

Priority Pass membership offers access to over 1300 airport lounges around the world. Membership plans start at $99/year (but discounts are often available, including 40% off during Black Friday)

Travel magazine subscription. Great ones to consider are Travel and Leisure, Conde Nast Traveler, National Geographic, Afar

Try The World gift box subscription for those who love travel but aren’t able to indulge in it as much as they’d like. These curated selections of delicious foods from around the world start at $19/month

Also by Natasha:

Five tips on traveling solo.

Retreat-ing: it’s like summer camp for grown-ups

Packing Shouldn’t Be a Burden



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