Below are Christmas gift ideas for what you can give someone who loves to travel (the travel enthusiast/frequent traveller), or give to someone who has an interest in travel. The prices range from cheap to expensive, and include ideas for what to give to both children as well as adults.
The 2012 buying of the Christmas gift rush is about to start, at least for me. I plan to start buying gifts as early as in January each year, but never follow through.
From L – R: Sleepingbag from Magellan Outdoors ($49.99), Hammock by Byer of Maine ($49.99), SoYoung Purple Dandelion Cooler Bag ($30), Disney Princess 2-Pole Character Dome Tent ($18.99), Rain Rain Go Away Folding Umbrella by Felix Ray ($75), Upcycled Leather Passport Case ($52), Swedish Bike Light Set ($29), Pin World Map Black by Palomar ($41), Water wash canvas cowhide leather backpack ($68), Taschen’s Four Cities guide books ($66), Tiny Jewelry Case by Tory Burch ($65), USB-Stick Camera Blue I by Superheadz ($45), Link Depot Memory Card Carrying Case ($4.98), iPad Sleeve Brown by Mujjo ($54.77), The New York Times 36 Hours: 150 Weekends in the USA & Canada ($23.99), The New York Times: 36 Hours. 125 Weekends in Europe ($43), 1,000 Places to See Before You Die 2012 Page-a-Day Calendar ($13.99), Cath Kidston Travel Sewing Kit ($28), Pieces Travel Backpack ($93), Typomap Poster by Typomaps ($35.60), John Lewis Black Globe ($86), Tube Map Shower Curtain ($54), Moleskine Travel Gift Box Set ($49.95), Fujifilm Instax mini 50S ($105.99)
Last, but not least is the gift I think I will buy for myself this Christmas: