We understand how hectic traveling can get. From packing items to bring to labeling them to avoid confusion, it can really get a handful.

This is why, for this gift ideas list, we picked objects that will make traveling easier. Some gifts will encourage the travelers to be organized so they don’t lose items; some will help them remember to look their best every day. There are also those that will remind them to stay hydrated no matter their schedule.

But above all these, the items included here made it to this list because they are 100% satisfaction givers.

Samsonite Omni PC Luggage

 

$229

Globetrotting exposes your luggage to scratches and abrasions. But just because it happens to everyone doesn’t mean it is acceptable. So why not get the Samsonite Omni PC? It’s not only lightweight but also scratch resistant. Plus, the Spinner Wheels lets you roll these suitcases with very minimal effort, no matter which way you turn. It also has TSA pockets to make sure valuable items are kept intact.

Osprey Men’s Atmos 65 AG Backpacks

$146.99

Hiking is already tiring in itself, so your backpack should no longer add to the burden. One of our choices for the best hiking backpacks is the Osprey Men’s Atmos 65 AG Backpacks. It has mesh back panel ensures breathability and lightness while its hip belt is easily adjustable so you can balance the weight evenly. The removable top panel is great for adding items without the need to carry an additional bag.

Osprey Porter Travel Backpack

$130

For short trips, a small yet reliable backpack is the best companion. Osprey’s Porter is one of our favorites because it has several pockets and compartments to for your belongings including liquids in a bottle. It also has space for an additional pack such as the Daylite in case you need to bring a little bit more. Best of all, it has lockable zippers to make sure your valuables are safely kept inside.

SOG TOC Backpack

$149.99

A backpack that fits tactical travelers is the SOG TOC Backpack. It features specific compartments for your belongings such as the laptop pocket and the keyring. It also includes 2mm PE sheet for weight distribution while the webbing lash points and hyperon zinger tabs allow you to add more items without having to bring another bag.

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Osprey Shuttle Wheeled Luggage

$290

A suitcase is meant to be pulled, but there are times when you have to carry them another way. Osprey Osprey Shuttle Wheeled Luggage lets you do that effortlessly with its handles on all four sides of the bag. What’s more, it has protective bumpers in areas where necessary. But best of all, it has a dedicated compartment for your liquids making sure you can quickly access your toiletries and your other belongings stay dry in case of spills.

Beaspire DSLR Laptop Backpack

$55.99

“Picture or it didn’t happen,” says the millennials. So to make sure you can always capture social media-worthy moments, take this backpack with you. Inside are several compartments for your laptop, documents, and other belongings. What sets it apart from all other backpacks is the dedicated compartment for your DSLR. This compartment is divided for your camera body and the lens kit. It’s also easy to access, so you won’t have to scramble every time you need to shoot.

National Geographic Classic World Map Mural

$69.99

Globetrotters will definitely love this map mural. First, it’s big enough to accommodate pins (so you can mark places you’ve visited). It measures 10” W x 76” H. Second, it’s a nearly accurate representation of our world as it was designed by the cartographers at National Geographic. It’s also durable as it is latex coated.

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Therm-a-Rest Compressible Travel Pillow

$19.75

Long journeys call for a long sleep, but long sleep is impossible without a comfortable pillow. To make sure you get enough rest before reaching your destination, get this compressible travel pillow that’s not only comfortable thanks to the brushed polyester cover but also ultra light and compact. This guarantees it won’t occupy much of the space in your luggage.

Therm-a-Rest Z Lite Sol Foam Sleeping Pad

$44.95

You’ll never know when you have to sleep on any surface so might as well take a comfortable sleeping pad like the Z Lite with you wherever you go. This closed-cell foam mattress is lightweight, compact, comfortable, and durable. It measures 72 x 20 inches but folds to 20 x 5 x 5.5 inches. What’s more, this mattress has ThermaCapture coating to keep you warm.

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Nalgene Wide Mouth Cantene

$16.56

Staying hydrated is crucial, but the problem with water bottles is that they are bulky. With the wide mouth canteen from Nalgene, however, that problem is gone. It’s made from multi-layered BPA-free plastic to ensure safety and durability that’s also flexible enough to be folded when empty. Plus, because it’s wide-mouthed, you can add ice cubes and water filters when needed.

Platypus Platy Bottle

$9.71

The Platypus Platy bottle is a foldable water bottle that’s BPA-free and lightweight. It holds 70 oz. of liquid, which is secured by a threaded cap. It doesn’t have a wide opening, though, so you may not be able to add ice inside. But what makes this water bottle stand out is its capacity to free stand. It guarantees your drinks go to your body and not anywhere else.

Nalgene Tritan Water Bottle

$9.56

For a leak-proof, BPA-free, and portable water bottle, get the Nalgene Tritan 32-oz. Water Bottle. We like this because its top lid is easy to screw yet it doesn’t let off even a single drop even if you drop, bump, or bang it. It won’t crack or break. It also has a loop top so you can easily clip this to your bag (or harness if climbing).

SwissGear Travel Gear Laptop Backpack

$59.99

We understand the pain of going through TSA checks when flying. So to help lessen that stress, get a travel companion like the Swiss Gear backpack. It has enough compartments for your laptop up to 17”, tablets, mobile phones, and other documents. But what we like the most is the lay flat technology that lets you through airport checks in a breeze.

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LOOP World Adapter Plug

$19.95

Just yesterday we featured a travel adapter that’s compatible with different wall socket types and here’s another one just like it. The LOOP world adapter complies with US, UK, EU, AU, and CN plug standards. It’s also made from fire resistant materials which are paired with a spare fuse, safety shutters, and safety plug lock.

Sleep Mask- Contoured & Comfortable Eye Mask 

$9.99

For individuals who can’t sleep with the lights turned on, this eye mask is perfect. It is contoured thus it closely follows the shape of your face while also reducing pressure on your eyes. What’s more, it comes with earplugs so you can block out annoying sounds for a more comfortable sleep.

TETON Sports Celsius Sleeping Bag

$69.99

There are a lot of features we love about this sleeping bag. First, it’s made to last because its made from taffeta shell. Next, it keeps you warm. The brushed poly-flannel lining and zipper draft tubes keep the cold out. Lastly, it’s expandable. Its double-layer construction makes room for two persons. But best of all, it comes with a limited lifetime warranty.

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Zeus Everyday Beard Grooming Dopp Kit

$77

When we’re always on the go, it’s easy to neglect the little things like skin care and grooming. So to make sure you look your best unfailingly, get the beard grooming kit. It’s been designed for travel from the get-go, so it’s plane safe. It includes great smelling beard conditioner, beard shampoo, beard oil, and beard balm.

Shower Band Labels

$5.95

The hustle and bustle of globetrotting makes it easy for us to be confused which items are for the face and which ones are not. To avoid the confusion, here are silicon labels for your shampoo, conditioner, and body wash bottles. These are better than writing the labels simply because this will never be erased. They’re also color coded so it’s easier for you to remember which is which.

Nomader Collapsible Water Bottle

$21.95

Collapsible bottles are not created equal. Case in point, this water bottle by Nomader. Aside from being collapsible, it also comes with a built-in compression strap so it doesn’t take much space when kept in your bag. It also has a leakproof cap and shatter-proof body. Lastly, it’s BPA, BPS, PVC, phthalates, lead, latex-free.

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Victorinox Swiss Army Spartan Pocket Knife

$21.55

We know how reliable Victorinox Swiss Army knives are, so it is a crime for someone with a nomadic lifestyle to go out without one. Spartan pocket knife features 12 essential functions in one barely 4-inch tool. These functions are a large blade, small blade, corkscrew, can opener, screwdrivers, bottle opener, reamer, key ring, tweezers, and toothpick.

Tarriss Jetsetter Digital Luggage Scale

$72.16

One of the questions a globetrotter asks is “Is my luggage overweight?” To guarantee you won’t go beyond the limit, get this digital luggage scale that’s not only accurate but also durable. It’s backed by lifetime warranty, guaranteeing durability and satisfaction. It can easily determine weight no more than 110 lbs.

That ends the list.

You may have noticed that some items belong to similar categories, but that’s only because we understand there’s no such thing as one size fits all when it comes to traveling. Each of us has our own requirements and needs.

Didn’t find what you’re looking for in this gift ideas for the traveler list? We have the more comprehensive stocking stuffer list and other targeted lists for the chef, techie, gamer, handyman, outdoorsman, sportsman, and car guy.

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