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Travel Gifts To Add To Your Holiday Wishlist

by Holly Riddle

Dec 2, 2015

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There’s nothing wrong with compiling a little holiday wishlist to discreetly pass on to your loved ones. Here are some of our favorite 2015 gifts perfect for the frequent traveler or wander-luster.


Pack This! Pad ($7)

A super-cheap stocking stuffer from Knock Knock, the Pack This! Pad is something every traveler has needed at some point. The checklist includes everything you could ever need or want on a trip — just rip it and check the items off as you go.


National Parks Sticker Map ($55)

The perfect gift for any park or camping junkie, the National Parks Sticker Map is brought to you by UncommonGoods, maker of everything you never knew you wanted. The retro-looking map comes with 59 tree stickers, one for each National Park, so you can track your progress as you visit each.


The traveler_kit ($20)

The traveler_kit is basically an emergency travel kit, with everything you could ever need in a tight squeeze, all in one waterproof case that meets TSA regulations. Some of the items included are sanitizing wipes, ibuprofen, sunscreen, energy drink mix, shampoo and more.



Lug Loc ($70)

The Lug Loc will help you trace your luggage from anywhere in the world using your smartphone. The device is FAA and TSA compliant, so no worries there, and the tracking app works on both Android and iPhone systems.


Scrubba ($55)

The Scrubba is for the outdoorsy traveler or backpacker. Just add in your dirty clothes and any kind of soap (body wash, hand soap, shampoo, etc.). Swish the bag around, rinse with clean water and then allow the contents to dry.



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