Christmas gift guides 2018 — Perfect presents to buy for the globetrotter in your life from gadgets to playpens

Then look no further than our guide to the ultimate Christmas travel treats.

We have rounded up ten of our favourite quirky and unmissable travel presents.

They will be the perfect prezzie for frequent flyers, globetrotting gap-year kids or even the once-a-year holidaymaker.

Travel laundry bag

THIS is ideal for popping in the corner of a suitcase or backpack.

Printed with a world map, the bag can hold up to 20 litres of dirty washing.

When not in use it folds up into a compact pouch with a carabiner to clip on to your luggage.

  • From £7 —buy now

Babymoov playpen

Babymoov pop-up beach tent for babies and toddlers offers full sun protection, thanks to its anti-UV SPF 50+ coating.

Providing a cool and protected play area, it has a shaded canopy and built-in mosquito net for the perfect padded shelter.

  • From £38.90 —buy now

Zap-It! mosquito itch-banisher

A safe, clinically tested way to deal with mozzie bites, this small device delivers a harmless electric shock to your bite, stopping the itch in minutes.

Each Zap-It! relieves up to 1,000 bites.

  • £5.95 —buy now

Wingback travel wallet

London-based start-up firm Wingback produces long-lasting, handmade leather goods and accessories.

They’re not cheap but will last far longer than cheaper alternatives. The Travel Wallet has a slimline design to hold a passport, boarding pass, cards and plenty of currency.

  • From £80  —buy now

Stojo collapsible cup

The Stojo cup collapses into a leak-proof flat disk to pack away in the smallest of suitcases.

Dishwasher safe, it’ll get you a “bring your own cup” discount at most coffee shops and helps the environment by cutting disposable cup waste.

Fill it up at the airport to avoid buying rip-off bottled water.

  • From £9.99 —buy now

Bubm electronic accessories carry case

The ultimate way to keep all your electronic gadgets in one place without them getting tangled or damaged.

The Bubm water-resistant, padded case has customisable dividers to fit all your travel tech.

Ideal for long plane journeys, with space for USB cables, memory cards, tablets, e-readers, hard drives and power banks. (From

  • £17.99 —buy now

Buckle and Seam leather bag

THE UK firm create stylish, hand-crafted travel gear that will last a lifetime, from passport sleeves to laptop messengers and weekender bags.

We especially like the new canvas and leather Willow duffle bags.

Plus, the firm donates three per cent from every sale to female education in Pakistan.

  • From £237  —buy now

Subea easy breathe snorkel mask

The Subea snorkel allows you to breathe naturally through your nose and mouth, making it easier to discover the underwater world on holiday.

Designed for surface snorkelling, it provides a panoramic field of vision and perfect for people with beards, which can let in water with a conventional mask.

  • From £24.99 —buy now

Ipad pro

The thinnest iPad ever, this is the best travel computer money can buy. Portable but ridiculously powerful, it’s packed with a new all-screen design, Face ID, a 12-megapixel back camera, seven-megapixel True Depth front camera and four-speaker audio for wider stereo sound.

Add the new Apple Pencil and Smart Keyboard and you can finally leave the laptop at home.

  • From £769 —buy now



Muffie travel pillow

The Muffie turns the traditional hand muff into the ultimate cosy travel accessory, allowing you to relax or sleep, whether you’ve got cold hands or not.

Now you can rest your head on a table – perfect for travellers who can’t use neck travel pillows.

Internal pockets keep hands separate, so they don’t get clammy and a removable inner layer has breathable fabric.

  • From £35.95 —buy now

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