The Best Gifts for your Travel-Loving Dad for Father’s Day

The Best Gifts for your Travel-Loving Dad for Father’s Day

Father’s Day is this Sunday, June 16. Here is a roundup of some of the best presents to gift your travel-loving dad to celebrate.

 

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Tile

If your dad loses his absolute mind when his luggage is misplaced, this is the gift for him this Father’s Day. This tiny Bluetooth tracker attaches to your bag so he’ll know where it is at all times. Even if he loses his phone, his Tile tracker can help him find that as well.

Where to buy: thetileapp.com, starting at $25

 

The World Atlas of Beer

This is a great gift for your beer-loving dad, even if he doesn’t have time to travel the world right now. This glossy coffee table book includes maps and tasting notes for over 500 international beers in 35 countries. It will probably inspire your dad to travel more too!

Where to buy: amazon.com, $20

 

Fitbit Fitness Activity Tracker

One of my favorite parts about exploring a new city by foot is seeing how many steps and miles I got in a day! Okay, maybe not my favorite part – but I love checking it after a long day of adventures. The Fitbit ‘Charge 3’ Fitness Activity Tracker will give your dad his daily count reports and let him know when his heart rate goes up or down.

Where to buy: amazon.com, $140

 

Leatherman Wave+ Multi-tool

The newest multi-use tool from the brand Leatherman provides the best gift for Father’s Day. It includes 17 tools in total, including two types of pliers, a serrated knife and a saw. Get this for the dad who loves to come to the rescue in a travel crisis.

Where to buy: amazon.com, $100

 

The Carry-on Cocktail Kit

If your dad is a nervous flyer, ease his anxiety with a carry-on cocktail kit for Father’s Day. They come in many different flavors, including Old Fashioned and Moscow Mule.

Where to buy: amazon.com, $24

 

Mr. Lentz Passport Wallet

Your dad may already have a passport wallet, but this one from Mr. Lentz brand is a total upgrade. It is slim and simple and each is made by hand in the United States. It holds his passport in addition to up to 6 credit cards, airline tickets and any other travel documents he may need.

Where to buy: mrlentz.com, $72

 

Tech Dopp Kit

Upgrade your dad’s go-to carry-on with this Tech Dopp Kit. It keeps everything organized, from his charging cables, to his headphone wires and other loose electronics.

Where to buy: shop.coolmaterial.com, $200

 

Kindle Paperwhite

I was skeptical of Kindles for a very long time, but now that I’ve had my Kindle Paperwhite for about two years I am a true believer. The battery lasts for weeks and  it is extremely lightweight. In addition, it is waterproof so he doesn’t have to worry about spilling his airplane cocktail on it.

Where to buy: amazon.com, $120

 

Being a Dad is Weird: Lessons in Fatherhood From My Family to Yours

Ben Falcone (Melissa McCarthy’s husband) wrote this book of funny stories about parenting. It’s the perfect option for the dad who still doesn’t want that Kindle Paperwhite! Or, he can download it right onto his new device if he so chooses. Fun fact: Falcone wrote this book as a Christmas gift for his dad.

Where to buy: amazon.com, $8.59 for hardcover + it is included if he has a Kindle Unlimited subscription.

 

The Flux Portable Charger

If your dad is constantly worried about keeping his phone fully charged, then this is the gift for him. This portable charger is slim and weights only 3.1 ounces. It has built-in cords for both Android and iPhone and is perfect for on-the-go use or everyday. Even though it is lightweight, it packs up to 2 full charges so your dad will never be without charge!

Where to buy: fluxchargers.com, $29.95

 

An Unforgettable Vacation

The best gift you could possibly give your dad this Father’s Day? Some quality time! Call us today at 402-390-9291 to surprise your dad with tickets to paradise. We promise you he will love it!

 

 

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