Valentine's Day Travel Gift Guide
Is your Valentine a frequent traveler? Then Travel Channel has a few gift ideas for you. Check out our list of suggestions -- they’re sure to show your significant other how much you love their sense of adventure. Plus, these ideas might just inspire your next trip together.
This bicycle is perfectly travel-sized and chic, to boot. Able to support a full-sized adult, it folds in half to a portable 29 lbs., giving your sweetheart the chance to explore a new city in style.
Share the love … and the music. While passing the hours on a flight to your next romantic getaway, you and your sweetie can share your favorite music with this love-themed headphone splitter. Suddenly, your next flight got a little less boring.
There's a certain air of romance about using actual film to capture special moments. This camera makes it possible to do just that -- with the added bonus of a fisheye lens, so every photo you take makes you look like a real photographer. Also, it's pink.
In long-distance relationships, there's nothing quite like a handwritten love letter. When you can't make the trip to be with your love, this stationery set will make it easier than ever to stay in touch -- each page folds into its own envelope.
Even on those days when she's stuck at home, your honey can daydream about her next chance to fly thanks to this unique, gold-plated necklace. Show her that you care with a piece of jewelry that speaks to her perpetual wanderlust.
Maybe you've seen the duct tape wallet. Or you made your prom dress out of duct tape. Or you simply appreciate the utilitarian wonder that is duct tape. Whatever the case, this durable passport holder is perfect for your nerdy guy who also happens to be quite worldly.
Whether your Valentine is a coffee or tea drinker, they will surely appreciate the love behind a travel tumbler decorated with photos of your shared moments. When they're at work and reach for another sip, they'll think of you and the times you've spent together.
Every man likes to be prepared for the unknown, even if he's not an avid camper or hiker. With this survival rope bracelet, he'll always have 14 feet of paracord handy for those emergency situations. You never know.