This post is sponsored by Uncommon Goods, but each of the items I’ve recommended in my travel lover gift guide are things I’d be absolutely delighted to receive. My disclosure page.
Are you looking for unique gifts for your friends or family who love to travel? Check out the website Uncommon Goods. I searched “travel” and there were over 400 results! Here are several that are on my wishlist.
$30.00 Amazonite Essential Oil Diffuser Bracelet. Add drops of your favorite essential oil or blend to the lava beads in this colorful bracelet. A set of 3 oils are sold separately, but I have some favorite blends I’d use it with.
$124 Cork Globe – A three dimensional riff on a pin board map, you can track the countries you’ve visited with color coded push pins. You can get the mini version for $48, but I’m drawn to the full size one.
$69.99 Solar Powered Charger & Light. Charge your device with a usb cable. It also provides light for up to 150 hours and includes an SOS emergency beacon setting. Get one and give back – for every one purchased, a light is given to one of the many people throughout the world without access to electricity, and you get to choose your donation destination!
$38.00 Traveler’s Agenda is 190 pages and features several pre-formatted pages including:
– Travel wishlist, goals, visited countries
– Saving goals
– Continent maps to plot your journeys
– Currencies/socket types used around the world
– Perforated packing checklist for easy packing
– Trip budgeting
– Monthly calendar planner
– Pre-trip planning on light ruled lines
– Blank pages with inspirational quote for sketching
– Traveller’s contact list
– Travel thoughts
– Additional pages for notes
– Complimentary accomodation review cards
– Back pocket to store your maps, itinerary and business cards
$20.00 Travel Cord Roll – neatly tuck up to eight cords and two plugs into this stylish vegan leather organizer. Choose aqua or black. There are many, many more cool Christmas gifts and stocking stuffers available on their website.
$38.00 All-Season Micro Pleated Scarf this groovy all-weather scarf covered in tiny, textural pleats. It’s lightweight and won’t lose its shape. Comes in grey or blue. I’ve always maintained that a scarf is a travel essential, because it’s the best way to salvage your outfit if you spill something on your shirt. Check out these other gifts your friends will love.
$30.00 My Life Story – So Far – write your memoir with the help of thought provoking writing prompts in 9 sections beginning with the early years. This is one I’d love to give my parents. I deeply regret not getting to know my grandparents while they were alive, and I know very little about their early lives. That’s a cycle I’d like to break.