They say men are the most difficult to buy gifts for. Thinking of ideas is a little tricky to tackle as their tastes and interests vary when it comes to buying certain things. Usually, they do not even ask for something new and they just buy it themselves.
But gifting men who always travel—for leisure or business—can be somehow an easier thing to do. Giving presents to travelers will always boil down to how it can benefit his trip. The key is to think how the gift can save them time, effort, money, and resources, and the extra weight in their luggage.
Here are some travel gifts for him you might want to consider when buying a gift.
Whether it’s their phone charger, headphones, or their little grooming kit, those little accessories need to be in one carry-on pouch. This can prevent losing small items while on the road. The kit can have small compartments for easier storage and a more organized look. Keep in mind that when choosing a travel kit, you might want to consider their favorite color or go for a neutral shade.
Keep his smartphone and tablets in full battery mode with a portable power bank he can carry wherever he goes. Whether he is camping on a remote island or staying late for a client meeting abroad, high-quality power bank can charge multiple devices twice as fast as other ones. Pick a lightweight power bank which has a battery that has been tried and tested.
Keep them warm during their trip. A jacket is a must-have for a male traveler especially when they are going to places with low temperature. A lightweight and non-bulky jacket saves him the effort of carrying an extra load, especially when he is trekking a mountain or going on a backpacking trip. Better if the jacket is reversible so he can have more options on his outfits. A couple of pockets inside his jacket to store his passport, wallet, and other necessary items can be a big help too.
Backpackers and mountaineers love having a hammock with them wherever they go. Hammocks let you sleep anywhere you want as long as you have two sturdy trees or poles to hold it. This is mostly used when you are on an island or on the mountain. Choose a hammock made up of durable, comfortable, and waterproof materials. Its weight capacity should also be enough to support him. It should also be easy to fold and lightweight so they can just stick it in their backpacks when not in use. In addition, pair his hammock with a small travel pillow too for that comfortable sleep.
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