From beach vacations to spa mountain retreats, the leisure traveler values deluxe comfort above all else. If you’re searching for a gift for someone who fits that description, look no further than Here Magazine contributor Natalie Decleve for guidance. This year she lounged in Miami, Florida; drank her way through Charleston, South Carolina; relaxed in in Malta—and more. Below, she shares the gifts any R&R traveler would appreciate.
Super luxe, super responsible. There's nothing like having your own throw blanket on a flight for the ultimate comfort.
Getting sleep on a long flight is essential. An eye mask will do the trick, but there's no such thing as perfect slumber on a plane. A face roller will combat eye puffiness and in-flight inflammation.
A perfect long-sleeved sweatshirt for long flights, this pullover features a structured mock-neck and breathable mesh panels in strategic locations.
Minimalist, TSA-approved, and as clean looking as they are clean-ing.
Individually-sized wine? This gift set is perfect if you don’t want to waste a bottle before going out of town—or mess with a corkscrew.
CBD is capsule form is easier to transport than oil. Perfect for staying relaxed on long flights and hectic trips.
Jet lag be damned. With organic ingredients from South Korea, these Matcha Pearls contain the most concentrated source of antioxidants, nutrients and enzymes that help prevent cell damage, which will keep you feeling fresh and energized without the horrible caffeine crash.
You know what's not relaxing? Getting sick. Unfortunately, the conditions of travel often lead to the deterioration of our immune system. This immunity booster is one of the best options on the market to help stave off sickness.
Just like mama used to make (if mama was the Italian queen of a fashion empire). Transport your giftee to an Italian family-style dining experience right from their own kitchens.