This week marks many big things in the United States.
The day before Thanksgiving is known as the biggest bar night of the year.
On Thanksgiving, you’ll likely consume your biggest dinner of the year.
And on Friday, best known as Black Friday, millions will contribute to the biggest shopping day of the year.
There’s a good chance that you’re probably starting to fill out your own Holiday list and make a list of gifts to buy for your loved ones.
Whether you’re a luxury traveler, or you have someone on your gift-giving list that is, we have 10 great gifts to share with you that are absolutely fabulous.
Here is the list...
1. Travel Cocktail Bar
Luxury travelers aren’t picky.
They have taste.
And the same goes for their alcoholic beverages.
That’s why a travel cocktail bar is a great gift.
Go to the Wine Enthusiast and pick up this extremely classy travel bar.
2. A High Quality Digital Camera
Digital SLR cameras, those large cameras with exchangeable lenses, can help you take some pretty beautiful photos, but they’re not practical for most luxury travelers.
They’re large, have several pieces to them and are difficult to use, especially when handing it off to someone to take a photo of your group.
Don’t worry, there are plenty of great cameras that are seamless to use, small enough to conceal and still take absolutely stunning photos.
Check out the Nikon 1 with a 10-30mm Nikkor Lens for just under $400.
If you’re willing to spend a bit more, the Leica X1 is a professional-caliber camera that is small to carry around and quite vintage.
3. A Luxurious Helicopter
Yachts are so 2000.
Heading into 2013, you need a private helicopter.
Thankfully, there are plenty of luxurious options.
Last year, Mercedes Benz unveiled their first helicopter.
The EC-145 Mercedes-Benz Style helicopter rings in at about $5.5 million.
It seats up to 8 people.
4. A Trip to Outer Space
You’ve done wine country, safaris — pretty much everything luxury travelers love to do.
But there’s something new and exciting on the travel forefront: Outer space.
Virgin Galactic is offering a trip into outer space for a little more than $200,000.
For $1 million, you can get an exclusive spaceflight for you and up to five friends.
Now, when Virgin says you get to travel into space, they really mean you get to leave the Earth’s atmosphere for 5-10 minutes.
But as a luxury traveler, it’s all about nice things and bragging rights.
5. Luxury Wine Membership
For wine enthusiasts or novices, there are a few clubs out there you can join to land some of the world’s top wines.
Destination Cellars offers a “passport to a truly exclusive world of wine-themes, travel and epicurean experiences.”
A wine membership is more than just wine.
It’s also the opportunity to travel to some of the top wine areas in the world.
6. Amazing — And Expensive — Headphones
Most luxury travelers love listening to music while on the airplane.
And while you can purchase some high-quality, noise-canceling headphones, there are even more luxurious options available.
Check out the Sennheiser HD 700.
Reviewers said: “fabulous listening experience.”
That sound will cost you about $1,000.
That’s a lot of money for headphones, so remember that you can’t go wrong with Bose headphones.
7. Anything Apple
We’ll keep this category short.
Apple is the leader in computing and the leader in mobile computing.
If you’re looking to give a great gift and your luxury traveler doesn’t have an iPad, that’s a great place to start.
And even though it has come with mixed reviews, the iPad Mini is a great tablet that is only two-thirds of a pound and great for traveling.
Just make sure to get a 4G LTE-enabled iPad, so you can always be connected while on-the-go.
8. Winter Weather Clothes
This list just isn’t filled with expensive tech gadgets.
Travelers love receiving great clothes.
And if your traveler (or you!) is planning a vacation to a colder climate, check out a Canada Goose Hybridge Hoody jacket.
It’s stylish, trendy and plenty warm.
For $450, you can get this awesome coat in black, red or navy blue.
9. Travel Fitness Trainer
Know someone who likes to stay fit while traveling?
Then make sure you check out the TUMI Travel Fitness Trainer.
This clip-on device includes a pedometer, heart rate monitor, stopwatch and more.
A new athletic wrist-watch is also a great gift — and one that isn’t too expensive.
For $169, you can buy a pretty stylish watch from Nike with a GPS sensor built in.
10. Travel Wallet
The hardest part about traveling is getting all of your stuff from point A to point B.
But the second hardest part is making sure all of your important documents are with you.
It’s bright, beautiful and includes tabs that label all of your important documents, such as your passport, licenses, tickets and more.