The holiday season is approaching and now is the time to shop for your friends and family. If your loved one loves traveling, we have some suggestions for memorable gifts they will cherish.
For a big-ticket item, gift your loved one with new luggage. Tumi, Samsonite and Briggs & Riley offer a wide variety of luggage in different sizes and price points. The savvy traveler in your life could always use new tech tools. Shop cameras and accessories from GoPro. Buy a new iPad or Apple watch for the Apple fan in your life. Don’t discount practical gifts like power adaptors, portable phone chargers and travel bottles. These items could serve as stocking stuffers.
If your friend or family member has an upcoming trip, buy them something destination specific. This type of gift can range from a book to read on a long flight or new ski gear to bring on a skiing vacation. Gift your loved one with a travel experience. Plan a surprise getaway to one of their bucket-list destinations. If you’re on a tighter budget, book a local cooking class showcasing food from a destination they love. Sur La Table features classes in French, Thai and Spanish cooking. Purchase something unique to a favorite destination. This is perfect for all budgets, with simple items like coffee grown in their favorite city or a piece of art from a local artist.
You’ve booked your flights, you’ve found your hotel, you’ve spent the last six months dreaming about your trip. One problem? You don’t know what to do once you get there. If only there was an app that acted as your own personal tour guide, that led you to the city’s top sights and hidden gems, helping you make remarkable discoveries …
Netflix has always been stingy when it comes to content. License agreements prevent it from showing its entire catalogue here in the United States. That just means you get new options when you travel overseas. Check out these great shows next time you’re out of the country.
People need a “chance to get some well-needed rest, relaxation and fresh air.” This is a sentiment we all likely share, as does the European Commission, the executive branch of the European Union. The EC included that phrase when it released its plan to help reopen Europe following the COVID-19 global pandemic. While most EU borders remain closed to international travel until at least mid-June, the EC’s plan starts with inter-Europe travel, and are non-binding recommendations and guidelines. European countries still have the final decision, so travelers are advised to check the restrictions of the countries they plan to visit. According to the EC, “blanket restrictions of free movement are replaced by targeted measures.”
Finding a beachfront Punta Cana all-inclusive resort for all ages can be daunting when you want to take home great memories with loved ones but also experience a sophisticated escape. Now, you can have both thanks to a new resort: Finest Punta Cana.