10 Wanderlust-Inspiring Gifts For Your Favorite Jet-Setter

You may feel like your frequent-flier friends need little in the way of gifts given how charmed their existence appears on Instagram. Still, it wouldn’t be fair to leave these lucky guys and gals off your list, so we’ve endeavored to curate a lineup that may even inspire you to take up the jet-set life yourself. Here, 10 perfect gifts for all your favorite restless souls.


Gift your favorite blogger or Instagram-obsessed friend a break from documenting their travels DIY style by sending them a personal photographer.

Flytographer Gift Card, prices vary


This bag, which folds down flat, is perfect for those with tiny abodes or who frequent big-city (read: cramped) hotel rooms.

Paravel Stowaway Suitcase, $275


We make no secret of our Aesop obsession, nor does any other girl we know. These gift kits are some of our favorite presents of the season, and The Intent Observer set is the cream of the crop.

Aesop The Intent Observer Set, $182

Clare V.

No one doesn't need a chic luggage tag.

Clare V. Luggage Tag, $55

Bobbi Brown

If your traveler is anything like us, she's likely found herself scrambling for carry-on size toiletry containers mere moments before her flight. Keep her organized and on time with this staple set.

Bobbi Brown Empties Kit, $15


These dreamy editorials and outside-the-box travel tales will inspire wanderlust in even the most jaded travel pros.

Suitcase Magazine subscription, $30


There's nothing fun about having to hover over people hogging the power outlets at the airport, especially during holiday season. This Mophie charges two devices at once and provides eight complete battery charges.

Mophie Powerstation XL, $105


Any seasoned traveler knows an eye mask can revive even the most jet-lagged skin. We love these affordable versions from Tatcha.

Tatcha Deep Hydration Revitalizing Eye Mask, $12

Artifact Uprising

Pull some of their best travel photos off social media and surprise them with this postcard pack they can use to appease their parents, who are constantly wondering where in the world they are.

Postcard Pack, $30


Okay, so you might be thinking you don't know anybody who would be caught dead with this "personal theater" strapped to their face, but you're likely forgetting how ridiculous most people end up looking on long-haul flights for lesser causes. Basically, this device is like headphones for your ears and eyes, providing an immersive experience that will save your traveler from having to squint at a tiny seat-back screen.

Avegant Glyph, $549