10+ Romantic Gifts for Travel Lovers
Because you can’t always afford a surprise romantic getaway, celebrate your special someone this Valentine’s Day (or any day!) with one of these thoughtful and romantic gifts, perfect for the frequent traveler.
So, you love a traveler. Chances are that you have had many adventures together and that you also love to hit the road. If your sweetie is a globetrotter, it makes sense to give him or her travel-related gifts that will make their journey easier, more comfortable, or simply cooler-looking. Luckily we’ve got you covered with best travel gifts that you need to woo someone with wanderlust.
For the Couple That Loves to Coordinate
The obvious first choice for a traveler’s gift that says “I love you” is an awesome new bag. Even better—get yourself a matching one and be the most coordinated couple at the airport. The Expanse Convertible International Carry-On is perfectly sized for overseas travels and comes in four colors, so take your pick. Bonus points: matching suitcases make it extra easy to find them on the luggage carousel! (MSRP $179)
For the Fragrance Lover
One of the most annoying things to pack as a woman is perfume. Most perfume bottles are too large to legally put in a carry-on bag—but if you put it in your checked luggage, do you want to risk an entire bottle breaking? Solve this problem by giving her one of Lisa Hoffman's beautiful scented necklaces or bracelets. These romantic pieces of jewelry comes with scented beads that are held within the locket, so she'll smell like roses (or the fragrance of your choice!) at all times. Bonus points: her Atlas collection is travel-themed, with a Wanderlust charm, complete with carved compass. (From MSRP $250)
For the Chronic Selfie Taker
If you're the couple that has to take kissing selfies everywhere you go, but are too embarrassed to use a selfie stick, the Bobine Flex from Fuse Chicken is the perfect gift for your loved one. Prop it up and snap away! It’ss also a charging cable, so your loved one can pack one less item, and we all know that extra room in the suitcase is an extra special bonus. (From MSRP $40)
For the Long Haul Traveler
Help your loved one get some shut on on long flights with the Sandman Eyeshade ($16) and a memory foam neck pillow ($30). They’ll thank you (and you’ll thank yourself!) when they arrive to their destination well-rested and happy.
For the Business Traveler
Get the sophisticated traveler in your life a bag that matches his or her lifestyle. Help him fly through the security screenings by using Eagle Creek's Convertabrief, a carry-on bag that has pockets for both his laptop and tablet and opens flat on a conveyor belt so he doesn’t have to remove either gadget. Slip a little love note inside for a romantic touch. (MSRP $199).
For the Always Cold Traveler
No matter the weather, it never hurts to pack a scarf, especially for long, cold flights. And this one does double duty. She can wear the Sholdit Convertible Infinity Scarfto keep warm and stash her valuables, like her money and her phone, in its hidden pockets. Traveling securely never looked so good.(MSRP $40)
For the Beach Lover
Do you have a special beach memory with your significant other,from your beachy wedding or tropical honeymoon, or even just a favorite vacation together? If so, this gift will blow her mind. Dune Jewelry Design collects sand from all over the world to put into jewelry. With this set of stackable rings, you can choose what special place you want your sand to come from, and if the company doesn't have sand from that particular location, you can send in your own! Pretty cool, huh? (MSRP $48)
For the Jewelry Lover
Choose a special location—such as the place that you met, the venue where you got married, or the spot where you had your first date—and have the longitude and latitude engraved onto a piece of jewelry from Coordinates & Co Choose from necklaces for men and women, bracelets, rings, or cuff links to keep your favorite spot close to your heart even when you’re far away. (From MSRP $115)
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By Maggie Parker on October 11, 2019