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Top 10 luxury travel gifts for Father’s Day

With Father’s Day around the corner, it’s a great time to treat travel-loving Dads with a luxury gift that satisfies their wanderlust and refined tastes. With this collection of gift ideas, you can make his globetrotting experiences even more memorable. From sleek accessories to cutting-edge gadgets, these recommendations are guaranteed to ignite his passion for exploration and take his luxury travel escapades to dazzling new heights!

Apple Watch Series 6 Hermès Edition

The Apple Watch Hermès partnership is built on a shared foundation of innovation and uncompromising design. Combine the sophistication of Hermès with the cutting-edge technology of Apple by gifting your Dad the Apple Watch Series 6 Hermes Edition. This exclusive collaboration features a stainless steel case, a Hermes leather strap, and a customizable watch face. With advanced health and fitness tracking, seamless connectivity, and a range of stylish options, this timepiece is perfect for anyone on the move who values both fashion and functionality.

Saffiano leather passport holder from Prada

The triangle logo first introduced on trunks designed by Mario Prada decorates this passport holder, an accessory that blends modernity and tradition. Keep Dad’s passport secure and stylish with this holder from premium Saffiano leather – an elegant accessory that not only protects important travel documents but also adds a touch of sophistication to his journeys.

The Macallan M

Part of The Macallan Masters Decanter Series created to showcase the beautiful range of The Macallan’s natural colour, M is born of a collaboration between three masters of their crafts to create a completely individual spirit. Let him indulge in a masterpiece of craftsmanship and whisky excellence. This exceptional single malt whisky is presented in a breathtaking crystal decanter designed by renowned artist Fabien Baron. With its rich flavors and extraordinary presentation, it is a truly remarkable gift for the luxury traveller who appreciates the finer things in life.

WH-1000XM4 wireless noise-cancelling headphones from Sony

Discover how the WH-1000XM4 headphones blend are Sony‘s most advanced noise cancelling with exceptional sound quality and a range of smart features for an unrivalled listening experience. Deliver the gift of superior sound quality and tranquillity with the WH-1000XM4 wireless noise-cancelling headphones – industry-leading headphones that feature advanced noise cancellation technology, exceptional audio performance and comfortable design so that Dad can immerse himself in his favourite music or enjoy peace and quiet on those long flights.

Montblanc Augmented Paper x Montblanc UltraBlack Edition

As part of the Montblanc UltraBlack collection, this limited edition Augmented Paper showcases the new Montblanc pattern, which is embossed on the leather cover. The black-on-black pattern combined with the modern zipper design gives this Augmented Paper a sleek modern look, while keeping the Montblanc elegance. For the luxury traveller who appreciates both digital convenience and the tactile experience of writing, this is a perfect choice that combines a sleek Montblanc ballpoint pen with a digital notepad. With a simple stroke of the pen, your Dad’s handwritten notes are transferred to his device, ensuring he never misses a detail while still maintaining the pleasure of writing by hand.

HeatPulse 2 knee massager from Hydragun

There’s little doubt that years of travel can take its toll on your knees. If your Dad suffers from knee pain, pamper him with the HeatPulse 2 knee massager from Hydragun. This second generation HeatPulse gets hotter and stays hotter for longer, thanks to next-generation HeatLast™ infrared graphene technology. Using heat therapy and deep tissue massage to soothe and revitalise tired knees after long days of exploration, its portable and compact design makes it an excellent travel companion for the ultimate in comfort.


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TUMI 19 Degree Aluminum International Carry-On

The farther you go, the more stamps on your passport, the better your story. His 19 Degree luggage is part of that story. Exceptionally striking up close or from a distance, this super durable TUMI carry-on boasts a modern silhouette with fluid looking, strategically contoured angles. Ideally designed for short, overnight trips and travel within Europe and other international destinations.

Q2 Monochrom camera from Leica

Welcome the latest member of the Leica Monochrom family, the Q2 Monochrom – the world’s first full-frame digital compact camera to feature a dedicated monochrome sensor. For the photography enthusiast, this camera offers a unique and captivating experience. With its black-and-white-only sensor, it captures stunning monochrome images with exceptional detail and clarity. The iconic design, precise craftsmanship, and superb low-light performance make it a dream come true for any luxury traveller who appreciates the art of black and white photography.

Arlo Pro 5 security camera
https://www.arlo.com/

Capture more than 60 billion colours with Arlo’s advanced 2K colour night vision that’s over 100X better than a human eye whilst giving your Dad peace of mind while he’s away with the Arlo Pro 5 security camera. With not only colour night vision, but also advanced features like 4K HDR video quality and two-way audio, owners can keep a watch on their property with unparalleled clarity and convenience, even from remote locations around the world.

Horizon Soft Duffle 55 Suitcase from Louis Vuitton
https://www.louisvuitton.com/

Made from iconic Monogram canvas, the Horizon Soft 55 suitcase is a rolling duffle bag with two compact wheels that boasts a totally flat interior, thanks to its external cane. The lightweight trolley system and TSA padlock system, which can be opened and closed with just one hand, bring convenience. It is easy to get at what is inside, thanks to a double-pull zip closure and wide U-shaped opening. The Horizon Soft line was created in partnership with Marc Newson, widely acknowledged to be the most influential industrial designer of his generation.

Paul Johnson

Paul Johnson is Editor of A Luxury Travel Blog and has worked in the travel industry for more than 30 years. He is Winner of the Innovations in Travel ‘Best Travel Influencer’ Award from WIRED magazine. In addition to other awards, the blog has also been voted “one of the world’s best travel blogs” and “best for luxury” by The Daily Telegraph.

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38 Comments

  1. Some excellent gift ideas here, thank you, Paul! I’ll definitely be choosing something from this list.

  2. I knew I could rely on A Luxury Travel Blog to come up with some great ideas. I always love your gift guides as they are full of genuine ideas and inspiration.

  3. It’s fascinating how handwritten notes can seamlessly transfer to a device. As a travel writer myself, I’m curious to know what people feel about the convenience of digital technology with the joy of writing by hand?

    1. As I can’t read my handwriting my views are very straightforward on this one.
      It’s technology for me everyday. As a travel writer too, I’ve got to have easy access to my notes.

    2. So long as the technology behaves itself, I too would turn to it every time. The beauty of this technology is that it doesn’t replace writing by hand… you cann still do that of course!

  4. As the proud owner of the Apple Watch Series 6 Hermès Edition, I can confidently say it’s a game-changer for both my travels and daily life.

    1. That’s great to hear, Tom… I currently use a Garmin watch for my running, but must look into the Apple Watch a bit more to see what it offers nowadays.

  5. My Dad has to fly far too much for work. He tends to grumble rather than doing anything about it.

    I also get the impression that he doesn’t get as much work done on the flights as he really needs to.

    So I’m going to take things into my own hands. I think the three of us could combine to buy him the Sony noise cancelling headphones.

    1. I know what you mean, Freya… having just taken the train down to London today, even though I was in the supposedly ‘quiet’ coach, it wasn’t as conducive to effective work as I’d like.

    2. Noise cancelling headphones are such a travel essential now that for a lot of us now the travel checklist has become, “Passport, tickets, money, phone, noise-cancelling headphones.”

  6. Although my Dad still enjoys a round of golf and a country walk he’s getting to that age where it’s all becoming a bit creaky and nowhere as easy as it once was. There’s no doubt that he would appreciate the knee massager.

    1. Read the reviews for the knee massager, Charli… there are a lot of people who swear by it, and it really makes an incredible difference to their lives.

  7. Why is it that Father’s Day always creeps up on me every year? Thank God for internet shopping. It will get me out of trouble once again.

    1. It creeps up on me because I never go to the shops and miss out on the Father Day displays. I do my shopping online and I avoid aimless browsing.

    2. Even if you don’t go to the shops, there’s normally something in the inbox or on the TV that serves as a reminder. Have to say I haven’t seen much this year, though.

  8. Lately, there have been a couple of incidents around my father’s neighbourhood which he’s found disturbing. If I get him one of those Arlo Pro security cameras it might put his mind at rest.

    1. When buying gifts for avid travellers, people invariably buy a piece of luggage or an item they take with them on their travels. Something that thinks of their security back home can therefore often serve as quite an original gift. Arlo have a range of great security cameras – take a look at their site.

  9. Last time I had lunch with my Dad he was taking a real interest in my Apple Watch asking all sorts of searching questions about how it worked.

    I know that he’d never buy one for himself but there’s nothing stopping me getting him one.

  10. I have the Atom massager from Hydragun and, now my left knee is feeling a little tender from time to time, I think I might treat myself to the knee massager. If it’s anything like as good as the Atom, I’m sure I won’t be disappointed.

    1. We have one of those also, Brian – our sons do a lot of sport (I mean… a LOT!) and it’s a bit of a godsend for them to keep little niggles at bay.

  11. As a relatively new Dad, I honestly think I’d be happy with any of these items. But perhaps most of all the new carry-on luggage from TUMI – I’ve had one or two TUMI products before and always found to be classy, durable and well made.

  12. Over the years I’ve learned that my children ain’t good at remembering Father’s Day … especially when they’re working abroad like they are this year.

    I like the look of the soft duffel suitcase. Having something that collapses and doesn’t take up a lot of space is a real advantage. Time that I treated myself.

  13. A late night whisky seems to be a part of my father’s bedtime routine. It seems to be his way of reflecting on what’s been and gone and putting the day to bed.

    I know that he’d appreciate the Macallan as a Father’s Day gift. It’s a step-up from what he usually drinks as his bedtime tipple.

  14. The leather passport holder is a very useful and very practical gift. My Dad travelled plenty for work and then travelled some more when he retired. His passport got so battered that it wouldn’t work at the e-gates. With one of these passport holders, his new passport may last a little longer.

  15. Great selection of Father’s Day presents here. But I’m going to have to forward it to my daughter as she’s never great when it comes to buying for her Dad.

  16. Most of these items are way more than I would usually spend for a Father’s Day present. Luckily it’s my Dad’s birthday in July so he may be fortunate and get a combined present then.

  17. Lunchtime and a chance to get Father’s Day sorted. You don’t know how pleased I am to have found these ideas.

  18. What do you buy for the man who has got everything?

    Well, reading this helped me to find a few things that even my Dad hasn’t got.

  19. “Only 10 ideas?” I thought. “That’s not much choice.”

    In fact, there are quite a number of possibilities here and I’m now inert with indecision.

  20. If I buy my Dad whisky for Father’s Day I know that it’ll be soon gone. Whilst a decanter is a present for life.

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