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Do you have kids who love to travel? Are you looking for the best kids travel gifts for Christmas this year? Then you’ve come to the right place.
As a family who travel so much, you can bet our two daughters love and appreciate a travel-themed gift each year at Christmas time.
It’s easy to get tired of the same plastic toys, games, and bikes, and because our children are growing up with a wider access to the world, and a deeper connection to experiences waiting for them, getting a gift that reminds them of their love of travel never fails to put a smile on their face.
Travel is a wonderful way for them to look beyond the toys piling up in their room and learn more about themselves and their role in this ever changing, yet exciting world we live in.
And as they get older, their tastes change, so we’ve prepared this guide on the best Christmas gift ideas for kids that travel for all ages, so you can get your kids something that will inspire them to travel more and create better memories!
Travel Gifts For Kids
So without any further ado, let’s get into the best gifts you can get your travel bug kids this Xmas!
1. Travel Experiences
First thing we recommend as the best Christmas gifts for kids is a travel experience.
Memories hands down beat possessions!
Your kids might not quite get that concept until they’re actually riding that horse through spectacular mountain scenery imagining they are on a unicorn and all their dreams have come true.
What are your kids passionate about?
We recommend buying them a travel experience (think tour, attraction passes, volunteer opportunities, educational trips) etc. that help fuel the fire for their passions and their unique gifts and talents.
2. Scratch Maps
You know this has to be one of the best Christmas gifts for kids when they jump up and down with excitement and want to sit down together to do it straight away!
Our girls received these scratch maps of the USA states and USA national parks after we returned home from our USA road trip.
They were excited to scratch each country off the world map that they had visited sharing a “oh yeah I remember” that moment from each one.
I loved the learning exercise incorporated in it for scratching off the capitol city for each below it and the magnetic stickers they could attach representing a special…