Looking for the best travel gifts for toddlers and kids? We have put together a list of travel inspired gift ideas for children of all ages. From travel gear they need during their travels to fun and educational gifts they can use to travel the world from home.

Best Travel Gifts for Kids

These are my favorite travel gifts for toddlers and young kids. I have given my kids (ages 4 and 6) most of these gifts and the rest on on my list for when they are older.

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1. Amazon Fire Kids Edition Tablet

An Amazon Fire Kids Edition Tablet keeps my kids entertained on long flights and road trips. There are age filters so that kiddos will only see age appropriate content and also comes in a kid-proof case (in different colors) so you don’t have to worry about it being dropped or damaged.

2. Headphones

Headphones are a must when traveling with kids so that they can watch shows and play games on their tablet without bothering anyone else. My kids both have a pair of these headphones. These headphones are a more affordable option and also limit the volume to protect your child’s hearing. These CozyPhones are more comfortable and make it easier for your child to sleep while traveling.

3. Backpack

My kids loved using these backpacks when they were toddlers. Not only are Skip Hop Toddler backpacks cute but your kids can carry their travel essentials themselves.

4. Map Puzzles

world map puzzle great travel gift for kids

Puzzles are not only fun for kids but they are also help them develop various skills. Map puzzles are a great way for kids to learn about world geography while working on their puzzle skills. This world map puzzle is marketed for kids from ages 5-9 but my 4 year old daughter loves it.

5. Kids Travel Journal

This is a great way for kids to create memories of their trip. There are journals for different ages, this travel journal is great for younger kids (ages 3-6).

6. Camera for Kids

My kids loves using my phone, camera or any tech gadget really. This camera will keep your kid occupied during your trips and keep him from using (and breaking) your expensive camera. Another good option is this camera with video recorder.

7. Luggage Tags

Fun luggage tags like this Disney luggage tag are great travel stocking stuffers for kids.

8. Cute Passport Covers

A cute passport holder for kids like this one is a great stocking stuffer for kids that travel internationally. You can gift them a passport cover and luggage tag set.

9. National Geographic Little Kids First Big Book of the World

Young kids can learn about the world with this National Geographic Little Kids First Big Book of the World (for ages 3 to 6) or this National Geographic Little Kids First Big Book of Where (for ages 4 to 8).

10. Travel Toys

Toddlers and younger kids will enjoy these travel toys.

11. Scooter Luggage

Scootie Luggage is a fun gift for young kids. If your kids like Paw Patrol like mine do they might like this one.

12. Little Passports Monthly Subscription

A travel subscription box for kids like Little Passports Monthly Subscription is a great gift for kids of different ages. Each month, kids receive a package filled with fun and educational toys, activities and souvenirs designed to spark a child’s curiosity and inspire them to learn about the world.

There are different subscriptions available depending on your child’s age: Early Explorers (Ages 3-5), World Edition (Ages 6-10), or USA Edition (Ages 7-12).

13. Atlas Crate

Atlas Crate are geography subscription boxes for kids (ages 6-11) designed to help your child develop an appreciation for other world cultures through immersive, hands-on STEAM activities.

14. Backpack The World Subscription Box

Backpack The World offers subscription based geography and travel kits for kids 9-15. They feature a new country every month and include a newletter with cultural, political, geographic and economic information, maps, a selected recipe, stickers, puzzles, and other activities and a backpack to store everything.

15. Eat2explore Cooking Kit

If your kids enjoy cooking (like mine do) they will enjoy these eat2explore country exploration cooking kits for families. They are a fun way for families to explore the world in their kitchen by cooking, learning and dining together. The recommended age for their explore box is 5 years old or older.

Looking for travel gift ideas for the rest of the family? See our list of 100+ Best Gifts for Travelers perfect for travel lovers of all ages.

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