Surprise your favorite jetsetter with one of these Valentine’s gifts for travelers—they’ll delight anyone who’s got a heart full of wanderlust.
Valentine’s Gifts for Travelers
Whether you’re looking for a fun gift for a friend or a romantic present for your significant other, you’ll find great inspiration on this list.
And be sure to check out our idea list on Amazon, featuring 50-plus items curated by our editors.
Herbivore Botanicals Hydration Trio
This trio of travel-sized beauty products will keep her skin moisturized and healthy while traveling in the winter months. Kit includes Herbivore Botanicals’ famous body polish as well as a face mist and lip conditioner.
Personalized Gift on Etsy
If you’re looking to give a thoughtful and custom gift this year, check out Etsy’s hundreds of handmade gift options for Valentine’s Day. With travel-related items like a custom memory box, a personalized map keepsake box, and a star map print, you’ll easily find something she’ll treasure. All you need is a specific date or place you want to remember.
Amazon Plush Mid-Length Bathrobe
Any traveler will love this super comfy bathrobe that packs light and will keep you warm … because not every hotel has a five-star bathrobe.
Foley + Corinna Crossbody Bag
This is a stylish and practical bag for a traveler—its shape and handle are on trend, and its medium size and zip-top closure make it great for urban adventures.
Cougar Women’s Dani Winter Shoes
There’s still plenty of winter left, but these boots will brighten any dull winter day with stylish comfort, waterproof protection, and warmth.
Turkish Cotton Waffle Terry Bathrobe
Gift the gift of a plush hotel robe that he can enjoy at home. This one is midweight and made of 100 percent Turkish cotton, which does mean it shrinks, so size up accordingly.
Osprey Daylite Shoulder Sling
Son of a Sailor King Playing Cards with Case
Whether you have a vacation home or rental or just love playing games, these cool gold-foil playing cards and handmade leather carrying case will be a well-used gift.
Travelon Revolution Underseat Carry-on Spinner
If short, weekday business trips are the norm, then Travelon’s new underseat carry-on spinner can be a useful gift. Made to fit under most airplane seats, it’s roomy and practical with a laptop compartment, easy-access front pocket, and anti-theft features.
Mophie Juice Pack Phone Case
Here’s the perfect gift for the guy whose phone is always on low-power mode. This multi-purpose phone case by Mophie has a slim backup battery, supports wireless charging, and has high-impact protection features.
For Both of You
Fujifilm Instax Mini 90 Instant Film Camera
Any traveler will love this fun, instant-print camera. It’s lightweight to pack and comes in a classic design. It even has features like a double exposure, a high-performance flash, and macro mode.
Umbra Hangit Photo Display
Hang your favorite vacation photos and memories with this DIY-inspired photo display. The kit comes with wire twine cords, wooden wall mounts, and clothespins to hang all your captured moments.
Wine and Cheese Picnic Set
For your partner who is like the wine to your cheese, get this Plush Picnic Set (bonus points for pre-packing the bag with a good bottle and a map to a picnic spot). The tote is insulated to keep things cold and comes with everything you need for a romantic afternoon: a wooden cheese board, cheese knife, corkscrew, bottle stopper, napkins, and shatterproof wine glasses.
Shutterfly Photo Book
Impress your S.O. (or friend) with a custom photo album of a memorable trip together. Shutterfly makes the process easy with travel templates to choose among; or, you can have Shutterfly design it for you.
Eatwith Gift Card
The online platform Eatwith offers unique dining experiences in cities around the world and sells gift cards for booking. It’s the perfect travel gift for someone if you’ve already booked a trip … or are trying to hint at planning a new one.
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Editor’s note: This story was originally published in 2017. It has been updated to reflect the most current information.