This year’s gifts will help the travelers in your life stay charged, organized, caffeinated and sand-free — and document their every move, of course. Prices may vary.

— Aspinal of London: Multi Currency Wallet

The sleek wallet has four deep pouches, two per side, to separate cash and coins from different countries. You can match the colored zipper to the currency, such as red for the Chinese yuan, or stash Southern Hemisphere money in the bottom portion and Northern Hemisphere cash on top. $170

— Lewis N. Clark: Waterseals Magnetic Waterproof Phone Pouch

This smartphone case laughs in the face of rainstorms, oceans and toilet bowls. The translucent pouch with the magnetic closure is 100 percent waterproof and performs swimmingly well in depths of 100-plus feet. Use the encased device as an underwater camera and post Instagrams of the aquatic life. $19.99

— MoMA Design Store: Pearl Compact Mirror and Charger

The beautifully designed dual-mirror compact with the LED light offers classy touch-ups in such dimly lit environments as romantic restaurants, red-eye flights and budget hotel bathrooms. In addition, portrait-ready subjects will never miss a selfie moment, thanks to the USB port for on-the-go charging. Comes in silver or pink. $30

— Mr. CER Tech: The Airhook

This display tool for smartphones and tablets transforms any airplane seat into a personal screening room. The device, which secures to the upright tray table, includes a beverage holder and an eye-level pedestal for electronic devices. Now, if only there were buckets of in-flight popcorn. $25

— IOT Group: Rova Flying Selfie Drone

Think big picture with this small, lightweight camera drone that captures high-quality stills and video from on high. The device works via a WiFi connection and easy-to-use smartphone app that allows winged videographers to instantly share their aerial shots on social media. In case of inept piloting, a set of bumpers is included. $149

— CGEAR: Sand-Free Mat

Outsmart sand with the durable mat that performs like a strainer. The granules pass through the fabric, so your bikini, phone and sunscreen stay grit-free. D-rings anchor the corners. Choose from a variety of sizes to accommodate beach parties ranging from solo sunbathers to groups basking en famille. $40 to $136.91

— Uncommon Goods: Ready-to-Brew Drip Coffee

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Adventure traveler and coffee snob? We have both of your personas covered. The cleverly designed single-serving packets attach to your mug, so you can drip coffee without extra gear. One caveat: You need boiled water, so choose your youth hostel or yurt wisely. The fair trade coffee is sourced from Thailand. $19.95

— Luckies of London: Scratch Map

Globetrotters looking for a novel way to track — and display — their growing list of visited countries will want to clear wall space for this laminated world map. It works likes a lottery ticket: Scratch off a country’s surface with a coin to reveal a bright color marking the exotic been-there, done-it locale. $26

— DxO: ONE Digital Connected Camera

To take high-quality photos without an entourage of cumbersome equipment, the ONE may be The One. The tiny DSLR camera syncs up with your iPhone, so you can share your images quickly and easily. The Lilliputian gadget also fits into your pocket, so move over, wallet. $469

— Knomo: DropGo iPhone Charging Case and Powerbank

Anyone who has spent way too much time on their knees or belly searching for a wall outlet will appreciate the simplicity of this wireless phone charger. Sized to slip easily into a pocket or bag, the DropGo can provide up to one-and-a-half charges without the hassle of adapters and cords. $86 (combined cost of case and power bank)

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