With the holiday’s right around the corner, some of us can get a bit stressed out when it comes to shopping for gifts. So for those of you who are planning on spending Black Friday shopping from the comfort of home, but may not know what to get relatives and friends who love to travel, we’ve come to save the day.

Here’s our ultimate holiday gifting guide—perfect for anyone who loves to trot around the globe.

Passport Holder

Passport Holder

(Image source: SimpacX)

Safety is always a priority, especially with the Radio-frequency identification technology (RFID) that exists today. To keep one protected from identity thieves, SimpacX offers a RFID-blocking passport cover as well as integrated cash and credit card slots to keep all your important items together when traveling. 

Plus, the passport cover comes with two matching luggage tags!

Price: $8.99 on Amazon

Crumpled City Map

Crumpled Map

(Image source: Crumpled City)

While many people are use Google maps on their phones to get around cities, there are several tourists who still prefer the feel of a good old non-digital map in their hands. Oftentimes, maps are destroyed due to constant folding and even the weather, however this Crumpled City Map is made from waterproof material that cannot be destroyed. Feel free to walk with it open in the rain, or scrunched together in your pocket—it won’t tear apart or become illegible.

Price: $19.99 on Amazon

Headphone Adapter

iPhone adapter

(Image source: Fooing)

Ever since iPhone 7 came out, charging and listening to music, or watching a movie with headphones on became a lot more difficult. However, Fooing has designed the perfect adapter that not only allows one to charge their device, but also plug in headphones at the same time. Watch movies, shows, or listen to music while flying without worrying about the need to recharge the device midway.

Price: $39.99 on Amazon

Wine Bottle Travel Case

Wine travel case

(Image source: Wine Wings)

Do you have a wine-loving travel friend? Then this is the perfect gift for them. Purchasing wine abroad, and then transporting it back home can be questionable—who want’s a broken wine bottle in their luggage? Luckily, Wine Wigs offers a 6-pack wine bottle cases that can store regular-sized wine bottles that can be put in carry-on or checked-in luggage.

Price: $28.95 for a 6-Pack on Amazon

Foldable Duffel Bag

Foldable travel duffel bag

(Image source: Wandf)

Having extra luggage is a necessity when traveling overseas in order to bring back gifts and souvenirs for yourself, friends and family back home. To make it easy, Wandf sells duffel bags that can be folded and stored in a purse or carry-on luggage. It’s also easy enough to slip over the handle of your bugger suitcase to avoid carrying it around.

Price: $15.99 on Amazon

Portable Hammock Footrest

Portable Foot Hammock

(Image source: Ohderri)

Whether you’re flying on a plane or driving in a bus, putting your feet up can sometimes be a hassle. This nifty foot hammock can provide just enough comfort for feet while taking on the long roads ahead. It’s even small enough to fit in the back of a pocket! 

Price: $11.99 on Amazon

Chromecast

Chromecast

(Image source: Google Store)

Chromecast is the best device to take on worldly travels. Need to catch up on a favorite show while away? Hook Chromecast to any TV that supports HDMI, and use a smartphone to control and stream the latest movie. It’s ideal to use during any rest-periods on a vacation. 

Price: $35 on Google Store

Scratch-Off World Map

scratch-off world map

(Image source: Maps International)

This may be one of our favorites! As one travels the world, they can scratch off every destination they’ve visited on this map. It features both countries and cities, allowing for more precise scratching. It’s so personalized, and can be hung anywhere at home or even the office.

Price: $27.99 on Amazon