Christmas is right around the corner, but no matter what time of year it is there is always a perfect time to be checking out gift ideas for the adventure traveller!
If you’ve got friends or family who love adventure travel, then make sure you buy them a gift that will be useful for them! The first thing I think about is what are they into. Camping? Hiking? Photography? Travel? Then I try and get something they I know I would use as well. We have made a list to help you find a gift for your adventurous friend.
Remember that some things can be hard to choose, such as clothing, as everyone has a different idea of what they will like. So getting accessories is always a safe bet!
Everybody loves laying around in a hammock! But did you know that sleeping in a hammock is also an awesome way to stay in amazing places and keep the costs down? Guaranteed that the adventure traveller in your life has at least thought about doing this once in their life (and probably already has done it).
These days you can buy some excellent hammocks that are designed specifically for camping. They’ve got built-in mosquito nets, are lightweight and made of durable materials.
Using a hammock for camping has advantages over a tent. You can hang it over uneven terrain, being elevated keeps the camper away from any nasty bags that are on the ground, and they pack up to be smaller and lighter.
And the best part is that when you can still use them if you just want to lay around between some palm trees! We have used ours camping in the bush in Australia, and a couple of weeks later we were on the beach relaxing in Thailand.
We recommend the Expedition range by Hennessy Hammock as they are very light and strong. A perfect gift idea for the adventure traveller!
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We bought one of these a few years back and love it. Basically it is a compact, foldable bag, which is great for those times when we are heading out for the day and need a daypack, but don’t want to carry our big one around.
It folds down to pocket size and is lightweight so we don’t even know it’s there when we are travelling. We quite literally always have one on us when we head out on excursions. Perfect for the beach, going to the markets, putting your jackets and water bottles in while…