We are living in an Instagram world and you probably came across this blog because you need some great gift ideas for the navigator in your life. Leave a comment below if you have your own ideas and maybe I will add it to my list. What are you thoughts?
1. Packing Cubes
The skinny – Packing made easy, durable+functional while staying organized. Makes more room for tech gear!
2. Travel Mug
The skinny – Stays hot up to 5 hours, stays cold up to 10 hours. Leak & spill proof, non-slip grip sleeve and bottom pad. Locks, BPA-free and 16 ounces of refreshment.
3. Passport Book
The skinny – A passport book does just that, it holds your passport and maybe a few other things like your government ID, cash and credit cards. Keeps everything together so you know where it’s at when you need it most.
4. Tech case
The skinny – Holds all your small tech gear like phone charger, USB cables, external hard drive, headphones, etc. Super handy on a flight.
5. Everyday Backpack
The skinny – A backpack is really handy for caring all your stuff on your day trips or bringing on the plane.
The skinny – If you want to record your memories from the sky but can’t afford a helicopter ride.
The skinny – If you’re going on any kind of adventure, the GoPro is the perfect device. It’s small, rugged and has plenty of add-ons available to make it work in any situation.
8. International Travel Adapter
The skinny – If you’re traveling outside the USA, you will mostly likely need a device like this to make sure your tech gear is always charged. Hint – the outlets are different than the USA.
9. Rugged External HDD
The skinny – Assuming you are bringing your laptop with you, you will want to backup everything onto an external HDD in case anything happens to your laptop. This rugged one by Lacie is almost bulletproof.
10. International Surge Protector
The skinny – If you are traveling with a lot of gear, you’re going to need charging options. Use caution when using a surge protector outside the US, check with the hotel, hostel, AirBnb before using one to make sure its safe and you don’t fry your gear.