Need an awesome, useful (and budget-friendly) gift for your best friend, daughter, or girlfriend who loves to travel?
If so, I’ve got you covered.
These travel gifts are great for all travelers, no matter if they like to trek through the Thai Islands or cruise to the Bahamas.
And the best part? These gifts won’t bust your budget and all cost less than $20 – sure to please everyone on your list.
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Gift giving has never been easier. Here are 15 useful gift ideas for the woman who loves to travel – all under $20.
MYTAGALONG Charger Case
No more digging to find a charger or forgetting it someplace else. A great (and cute) way to keep chargers and cords organized.
This charger case costs $16 and also comes in black, pink, and silver (all with charger pictures in white).
Money Belt w/RFID Blocking – Concealed Travel Wallet & Passport Holder
For $17, this The Zero Grid Money Belt comes in Shadow Gray, Ash, Midnight, and Desert Sand (shown).
World Travel Adapter
Great for international travel, the Jackly World Travel Adapter is a must-have if you plan on charging or powering up anything.
Compatible with over 150 countries globally, you will rest assured knowing that your loved one will be able to charge their electronic devices while traveling.
Comes in many colors including black and orange, you’ll pay around $18 for this adapter.
Ultra Lightweight Packable Backpack Water Resistant Hiking Daypack
I believe that luggage is personal (and shouldn’t be cheap if you expect to last), but this ultra lightweight backpack is a great gift idea for anyone who needs to throw a few things in their bag out for a day of exploration.
Water resistant and my favorite part – packable – makes this bag extra easy to carry around. Comes in a wide range of colors with a price tag of only $16.
Women’s “Catch Flights Not Feelings” T-Shirt
This is a great shirt for the single lady traveler with a great sense of humor.
Under $17, this t-shirt comes in sizes S – XL and in colors blue, navy, black, and red.
I wish I had these compression socks on my last road trip to the south because it would have helped with the awful leg swelling I experienced.
These AZGO Compression Socks are great for the lady who travels often and may experience swelling or achiness in their legs or feet.
Under $14 and in a variety of fun colors, these are a must-have travel gift to share.
Travel Ballet Shoes
These are not Tieks, but these ballet flats are a nice cheap alternative. A cute pair of shoes that let the traveler get comfy while on the plane or train (without having to go barefoot).
You’ll find that these ballet shoes cost under $20 and pack well with their own travel pouch.
24 Pack Nature’s Bees Cocoa Butter Lip Balm
Any girl knows that you cannot go wrong with a great lip balm. The changing weather and altitudes throughout the world can wreak havoc on lips, so having these Nature Bees Lip Balms are great to have handy.
And considering this pack comes with 24 lip balms for only $16.97 – you can’t go wrong.
Handmade Leather Journal and Travel Diary
Give that special person a way to record their experiences while traveling. A great place to jot down notes, thoughts, and dreams, this leather journal contains 192 refillable pages.
The passport size makes it easy to carry and the vintage style makes it look cool to write in.
Pick up this leather journal for only $13.99.
The Mad Libs Worst-Case Scenario Survival Handbook
Sometimes watching movies and playing games on your phone can get old and boring on a long flight.
Give the gift of something nostalgic and fun to do while traveling.
This Mad Libs Worst-Case Scenario Survival Handbook is a great gift for the cool nerdy-logic type traveler. And at $5, you can afford to throw in a few more.
Hanging Toiletry Bag
Make it easy to carry toiletries back and forth to the shower. This hanging toiletry bag comes with multiple mesh and zippered pockets to store creams, razors, soap, brushes and more.
Waterproof and costing only $18.99 – this is not only a great gift, but a necessary one for every overnight traveler.
A great way to stay organized with your luggage is to use these packing cubes. For less than $20, this set of four packing cubes fit snuggly in luggage while helping to avoid overweight charges.
Water resistant, these come in four different sizes and include a laundry bag for convenience.
Smartphone Camera Lens Zoom Kit
What’s better than having great photos for the awesome trip you just came from?
Every traveler would love the opportunity to turn their phone’s camera into a wide lens.
This smartphone camera lens zoom kit not only includes four lenses, clips, pouch, but a tripod as well. Compatible with most smartphones, you’ll get all of this for only $18.99.
I’m sure, but help the traveler in your life not have to go through the pain of an uncharged phone. Grab this portable charger for only $13.99. A must-have for everyone.
Collapsible Water Bottle
No need to lug around bulky empty water bottles. Especially when space is probably limited in the first place. Grab one of these BPA free water bottles for $20.
Leak-proof and dishwasher safe, these water bottles come in such a wide array of colors, you will be unable to pick just one.
Bonus Travel Gift: Personal Door Stop Alarm
This GE Personal Door Stop Alarm is a must-have for any traveler, especially for the female going solo. You can never be too safe and it is easy to install.
Place it at the foot of the door and any slight pressure from opening it will sound off an alarm. A great deterrent to would-be intruders. And at only $13.99 – a lifesaver.
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