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Christmas is just around the corner, but if you’re still scratching your head looking for the perfect gift for the jet-setter in your family, we’ve got you covered. Check out our holiday gift guide for six gifts the traveler in your life is sure to love.

Red Stone Studios | Custom Map of Journey

There is nothing more personal than a custom map of your global travels. Connie Brown has been creating unique, hand-drawn maps for over twenty years, covering everything from safaris to family migrations. Each map tells the personal story of her clients and incorporates the decorative motifs and natural elements and colors of the region.

Red Stone Maps*Images via Red Stone Studios

National Geographic | Around the World in 125 Years

Literally, the world in pictures—this profound, 1,500-page pictorial history explores the sights and wonders that have made National Geographic the planet’s favorite magazine since its launch in 1888. Only 125,000 copies of this limited edition set are available worldwide—making it a perfect treasure for the most seasoned traveler on your list.

National Geographic

Laboiteny | The Voyager Box

For the foodie who wants to satisfy his or her wanderlust, visionary spice hunter Lior Lev Sercarz of La Boite and renowned French chef Eric Ripert have curated a delectable spice trio, which includes Le Poivre (Espelette and Tellicherry peppers), Riviera Herbs (rosemary, mint, basil) and aromatic Sel D’antibes (grey salt, bergamot).

Voyager

Endangered Species Art | A.E. London

For A.E. London, art and her passion for the conservation of endangered species are one and the same. Her thirty-year journey has led her to Africa and other wild locations numerous times to witness and capture the faces of nature in her “Portraits of the Wild” series. Working with the Black Rhino Foundation, Ann Van Dyke Cheetah Center, and the Cheetah Foundation, Anne has been able to share her art and raise awareness for animal conservation.

Endangered Species Art

Gifts that Give

Nets for Africa | Insecticide-Treated Mosquito Nets

For that hard to shop for person on your list, considering purchasing a mosquito net in their name to send to Africa. For three years, Ker & Downey employees have worked together to provide insecticide-treated mosquito nets for impoverished communities in Uganda through its Nets for Africa program in an effort to reduce the number of deaths from malaria each year. Each mosquito net covers four people and with Ker & Downey matching each donation net for net, your gift goes twice as far.

Nets for Africa

Obakki Foundation | Printed Scarf

Clean water is a vital source of life, but many communities in the world don’t have access to this basic need. The Obakki Foundation is combating this issue through drilling water wells and assisting in the development of communities around the fresh source of water, enabling them to not only survive, but thrive. One hundred percent of the net proceeds from the sale of the scarf goes directly toward drilling water wells in South Sudan, bringing clean water to the country’s communities.

Obakki*Images via Obakki

To see more gift ideas for the traveler in your life, be sure to check out the current issue of QUEST magazine, out now. To read the magazine online, click here.

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