70 Gifts For People Who Love To Travel

Today’s post is sponsored by Maxine Kaplan and Wench!

Title Wench
Author Maxine Kaplan
Intended Target Audience Young Adult
Publication Date January 19th 2021 by Amulet Books
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A funny, fiercely feminist YA epic fantasy — following the adventures of a tavern wench.

Tanya has worked at her tavern since she was able to see over the bar. She broke up her first fight at 11. By the time she was a teenager she knew everything about the place, and she could run it with her eyes closed. She’d never let anyone — whether it be a drunkard or a captain of the queen’s guard — take advantage of her. But when her guardian dies, she might lose it all: the bar, her home, her purpose in life. So she heads out on a quest to petition the queen to keep the tavern in her name — dodging unscrupulous guards, a band of thieves, and a powerful, enchanted feather that seems drawn to her.

Fast-paced, magical, and unapologetically feminist, Wench is epic fantasy like you’ve never seen it before.


In an effort to do what I can to support small, independant businesses and creators this holiday season, over the next few weeks I’ll be sharing a series of gift guides on specific themes meant to help make shopping for presents for your loved ones a little easier and more fun. Today we’re kicking things off with gift ideas for the person in your life who loves to travel!

As I write this post, I’m currently in the midst of my ninth month sheltering-in-place as the world continues to grapple with the ongoing danger posed by the COVID-19 pandemic. While it’s an immense privilege to be able to work from home and quarantine with my parents, who I love dearly and whose company I’m so grateful for, there are still moments when this period of isolation can feel claustrophobic and bleak, particularly when there’s no immediate end in sight. I imagine this has been even more difficult for those who travel often or who made plans for a trip that was unfortunately postponed due to circumstances outside their control.

This holiday season, a travel-themed gift might be the perfect way to remind your loved one with wanderlust that this won’t last forever. That there will be more trips and adventures and that there are other ways to find joy in the little things until then. Whether it’s a journal in which to plan their next excursion or a piece of jewelry or pin they can wear close to their heart, these 70 travel-themed gifts will hopefully be a great way to help them hold onto that hope and possibility of what’s to come. There’s a new journey right around the corner.



Wanderlust by Blissible



Adventure Awaits by Gavany



Adventure Awaits by Maple & Hen



The Mountains Are Calling by Alison Marie Design Co.



Find Your Road by The Not So Basic Tee Co.



Wild Journey by Wild Co.



Not All Who Wander Are Lost by Journo Travel Goods



Sunny Mountains by 208 Tees



A Strong Longing Or Desire To Wander by Challenge Coin Store



Wild by Coffee n’ Tees



Take A Hike by Lumina Design US



Collect Moments by American Bear Cub



Winding Mountain Path by Into The Wild Muskoka



Not All Who Wander Are Lost by ShapingApe



Mountain Bear by Custom Tee Bar





Personalized Coordinates Necklace by Gigi Mey



Coordinates and Compass Necklace by GRS Jewelry



Compass Bracelet by Flurry Jewelry



Compass Earrings by Anemon Atelier



Globe Necklace by Pink Chemistry



World Map Ring by Bubble Box



London Map Cuff Cuff by Jezebel Charms



Wooden Compass Earrings by Fawn and Dove Gift Co.



Earth Locket by Silk Purse Sows Ear



Around The World Necklace and Earrings by Little Gem Babes



Vintage Map Necklace by Geo Jojo Design





Adventure Awaits by The Anchored Market



Ready For Adventure by Good Vibes 7 Gifts



Hike More, Worry Less by Starboard Home



Let’s Take A Trip by Twelve 9 Printing



A Room With A View by Hella Wonders



Explore More by Starboard Home



Wanderlust by Sovende Bjorn Supply Co.



Adventure Awaits by Kenna Sato Designs



Go Where You Feel Most Alive by Aligned Adventure



The Adventure Begins by Wandering Essences





Adventure Awaits Plane Ticket by Pinnacle Goods



Open Suitcase by Danger In Design



Take Me Away by Salt and Moon Shoppe



Starry Mountain Range by Sarah Francesart



Passport by Lenses and Locals



Let’s Get Lost by Sparrow + Wolf



Folded Map by Sleepy Mountain



I’m Going On An Adventure by MacGuffin Goods



Travel Bug Globe Beetle by Sylvia Draws



Travel Heart by Hartiful



Adventure Club Plane Ticket by Crafty Cactus Company



Retro Cassette Road Trip Mixtape by Cold Up North UK





Metal World Map by Metal Wall Sculptures



Metal World Map by Arts For Interior



Airplane Window by Few Of A Kind Prints



Wanderlust Airport Listing by Art & Co. Store



100 Places Scratch-Off Poster by Enno Vatti



Birch Wall World Map by Wood Pec Studio



Floral Globe by Jess Paper Co.



Wanderlust Definition by Print Hang Love



Travel Alphabet by Sira Lobo



Vintage Holiday In Switzerland by KioPrints



See The World by Palm Ave Prints





Adventure Awaits Hand-Lettered Globe by Amber Rosenberg Design



Custom Globe Cork Map by Enjoy The Wood



Adventure Awaits Travel Fund by Meg’s Ventures Shop



Couple’s Adventure Fund by Wander Collective



Go Explore Pillow by Stay Wild Co.



Happy Camper Pillow by Uniik Pillows



The Mountains Are Waiting by Stay Wild Co.





Leather Scratch-Off Travel Journal by Kristin Douglas Art



EcoFriendly Adventure Notebook by A Weedmark



Mindful Travel Journal by WakefulTravel

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Jen is a thirty-something Canadian book blogger and bibliophile currently residing in the wilds of suburbia. Aside from a penchant for older men, particularly those with the surnames Firth, Elba and Norton, Jen is also passionately interested in running, Mad Men, and Marilyn Monroe. In addition to being a voracious reader and self-proclaimed television addict, Jen is also an aspiring children and youth services librarian who would like to pursue a MLIS and better help readers find the perfect book for them.

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