Travel accessories are just getting better and better. We’ve been monitoring this space in the market for years, and these are our top picks for your next vacation.

As expensive accessories are getting cheaper, and cheaper accessories are getting better, we actually found 20 travel accessories worth checking out. Whether you want to relax on the plane with an ergonomic pillow, or travel in peace knowing you’ll always have power for your devices, we got you covered.


MLVOC Travel Pillow

This product was recommended by Liz Brown from Sleeping Lucid

What’s great about the MLVOC travel pillow is that it’s made of 100% pure memory foam which makes it comfortable for travel and helps prevent and soothe neck pain. Not only that, but it’s also easy to carry and stylish which makes it perfect for any travel experience.


Satechi Travel Router

This product was recommended by Kenny Trinh from Netbooknews

This power adapter lets you convert to all the major plugs out there, has two slots for USB charging and even turns into a router.


Self-cleaning bottle

This product was recommended by Kenny Trinh from Netbooknews

Most countries don’t have good tap water, and even if they claim they do, I wouldn’t trust that. Having this bottle with me allows to have unlimited access to clear water and helps to save (no need to buy bottled water).


BUBM Travel Organiser

This product was recommended by Bibi Ayesha from kaleidescaping

With the amount of gadgets we all travel with, keeping track of small devices and chargers becomes a challenge. BUBM travel organisers make it easy to keep power cords, power banks, hard drives, flash drives, head phones etc. in one easy-to-reach place without getting tangled. They come in different sizes, too so you can opt for a larger or double-sided one if that suits your needs better.


YOGO Ultralight Travel Yoga Mat

This product was recommended by Alexandra Davis from Ryan and Alex Duo Life

Our tried-and-true yoga mats, these mats have been our travel mainstay for over two years. Even if you’re not into yoga, these yoga mats have been a mainstay in our travel routine, and has traveled with us across five continents! They’re durable, easy to clean, and pack well. We love to use them to stretch while in airports, fit in a HIIT workout at the hotel, or even to use them as a beach mat.


Lightweight Tripod (60-Inch)

This product was recommended by Alexandra Davis from Ryan and Alex Duo Life

How do social media influencers get their magical travel shots, you ask? With the help of this lightweight, travel tripod, of course! Extending from a height of 25″ to 60″, rest assured that your travel photos will be not just well captured, but will elevate your social media game to a whole new level. We like this tripod because it is very light, packs well into a small daypack or purse, and comes with its own carrying bag.


Joule Surge Protector Power Strip

This product was recommended by Elena Roman from Venture PR

In addition to solving the problem of getting your personal information stolen, Joule has multiple illuminated outlets and USB ports. The Joulebar is perfect for travel with its lightweight shape and sleek appearance, letting travelers know there information is protected and that they have the ability to charge all their devices while waiting in the airport terminal.


Mini Refillable Perfume Bottle

This product was recommended by Ashley Steinmetz from trekeffect

This great little perfume bottle allows you to take your perfume with you without having to worry about glass bottles breaking in transit. It refills easily with the port in the bottom and the looking glass style side lets you see how much is in it. The durable aluminum body is sure to prevent breakage and leakage.


The Wanderer

This product was recommended by Casarez from N/A

The company just launched by two female entrepreneurs and feature a modern twist on the jewelry travel case. It’s called The Wanderer – its 5 x 7 design is compact and slim to fit in a carry-on or purse. That way your jewelry is always on you. It’s large enough to fit a ton of rings, earrings, bracelets, and necklaces. Its magnetized hook design prevents necklaces from tangling, and its zippered closure ensures that jewelry is always safely stored. It’s the perfect accessory for your accessories and gives you the freedom to roam often, stay stylish.


Wacaco Minipresso GR, Portable Espresso Machine

This product was recommended by Rishi Kapoor from Nanak Flights

One item you should always take on your trip is your portable coffee maker. Your weekend getaway has the potential to be the best weekend of the year but can go south pretty quickly if you can’t have your morning coffee. If it’s a getaway in the city and you plan on using an Airbnb, keep in mind that not all of them have coffee machines. If your weekend getaway consists of a camping trip, you’ll definitely need it. No matter the portable coffee maker you have, they’re generally small and easy to pack, making this one item you can’t afford to forget.


ProCase Travel Gear Organizer Electronics Accessories Bag

This product was recommended by James Eaton from 9to5ADV

Rather than stuffing your cables and memory cards into a side pocket of your backpack, only to have them all fall out when you try to get that GoPro battery out of the bottom, this Travel Gear Organiser helps to keep everything organised and in one place. It’s cheap and effective, keeping all of those precious memory cards and cables safely tucked away. It’s the best way to store cables, memory cards and batteries while on the road, rolls up nice and small and has multiple uses – buy a few and use them a medical kit or small wash bag.


Moleskine Chaier Journal

This product was recommended by James Eaton from 9to5ADV

Perfect for taking notes, journal writing or sketching while travelling. I love these note books and have one in almost every backpack and jacket pocket. They’re so small that you forget that they’re even on you until you need them. Many times I’ve been in a restaurant in some far of city and wanted to jot down the name and a menu item for example. They make great little pieces of nostalgia when you look back at them years later.


CannaCell Botanical Skin Care Kit

This product was recommended by Melissa Borrego from Andalou Naturals

Perfect for all skin types, Andalou’s CannaCell Botanical Skincare Kit is universal and includes a complete 5-step skincare routine made with CannaCell hemp stem cells, organic hemp seed oil, and pure plant essential oils, leaving you with a complexion that glows. Here’s a pro-tip: you can use both the day cream and night cream under your eyes to give them the extra moisture they need while traveling! You can leave the eye cream at home.


Lifestraw Go Advanced Reusable Personal Filter Water Bottle

This product was recommended by Oliver Perryman from Dehumidifier Critic

It is a personal water purifier water bottle that is usually carried by travelers to ensure potable water throughout their journey. It is equipped with hollow fiber membrane water filtration technology which aids in bottling up your water bottle from pond and river water. It can remove 99.9% waterborne bacteria and is able to filter 1000 L of water which makes it quite long-lasting.


ComfiLife Gel Enhanced Seat Cushion

This product was recommended by Oliver Perryman from Dehumidifier Critic

One of the best products to carry while traveling is an inflatable neck pillow, which will assist in reducing neck pain. Thus a great office/driving/traveling buddy offers all the comfort at with no compromise with the quality. The deal is available on amazon.com. It is also equipped with memory foam and massager and backed by a money-back guarantee if the customer stays unsatisfied by any chance.


Victorinox Luggage Scale

This product was recommended by Melanie Musson from BuyAutoInsurance

Keeping your luggage within the airline’s parameters for weight can keep you from spending ridiculous overweight luggage fees. This scale will pay for itself if it keeps you within the weight limit just one time. The strap on the scale easily connects to your suitcase and with just a lift of your arm, you’ll see a digital readout of the weight of your item. It’s very accurate and you can count on it matching what the airport scale says.


PacSafe’s Venturesafe X40 anti-theft backpack

This product was recommended by Saurabh Jindal from Talk Travel

It is spacious – I can easily put in my laptop, laptop charger, 5-6 shirts, 3 jeans, couple of pair of socks, my headphones, a mobile power bank, some documents and a few other things and it still does not feel crowded. Is RFID safe and has zip clips where in the zips clip on to a latch and thus cannot be opened very easily. Has a mesh and hence doesn’t;t sweat a lot on my back also. And is made of water-resistant material, so light showers can be easily tolerated. All these make it an ideal bag for business travel. It retails for $259.95 on Amazon currently and is a bit on the expensive side, but then it gives me a lot of peace, and so to others as it carries very positive reviews. And thus makes a very ideal business gift also.


Eudae Minimalist Performance Raglan

This product was recommended by Saurabh Jindal from Talk Travel

It is a very versatile, comfortable, and durable shirt. It is super soft as a base layer while layering and needs minimal washing. On cold mornings I also use it as a running shirt. It never seems to stink, and can be even washed by hand in a sink. It is an all-rounder, and can be used for formal, informal and even casual occasions like partying or surfing.


CamelBak Pivot Sling

This product was recommended by Massimo Alpian from OutsidePR

This minimal waist pack has space for your daily essentials in an easy versatile pack. Wear as a sling pack or as a belt. Carry your wallet, keys and phone with space to spare. Perfect for a festival or day out in the city. Made from 70% recycled materials, removing single-use plastics out of waste streams and giving them new life. Made from 6 plastic water bottles.


Bamboo Utensils

This product was recommended by Ryan McNutt from The Nutty Trekkers Travel Blog

Being a sustainable traveler can be hard. The convenience of single-use plastic straws and utensils is hard to pass up, yet there is a simple solution to reducing your plastic-waste footprint. Have your own Bamboo Utensils on-hand. Simple, durable, compostable, and starting at a mere $10 for a whole set! Knife, fork, spoon, chopsticks, and straw – what more do you need.


Explore Land Cotton Shemagh Tactical Desert Scarf Wrap

This product was recommended by Ryan McNutt from The Nutty Trekkers Travel Blog

Talk about a multi-use travel accessory. You can use a keffiyeh as a scarf when cold, a head or face-wrap when its sunny or dusty, as a blanket to sit on or sleep under, and even as a tote bag. No matter the environment we were backpacking through this year, our keffiyeh’s always had a use.

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