The 6 Best Travel Gadgets That Are Too Cool To Resist in Spring 2019

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I always get questions about my favorite travel gear and photography equipment for foodie travel. I want to disclose that I am a content creator but by no means an expert on professional photography though I do love sharing my tips, tricks and favorite travel accessories for capturing those memorable experiences.

So, here is the best and newest travel accessories and travel photography gear that are the most useful, functional, and fun accessories that every traveler should have this Spring.


1. Video-taking sunglasses

Welcome to the future! Snap Inc. is going above and beyond when it comes to stylish techie wearable sunnies. These video-recording and picture-taking sunglasses allow users to capture 10-40 second video clips or a quick snap of precisely of what’s going on in the moment - with just the press of a button. Say good-bye to wrestling for your phone when you see something awesome going down. If you’ve got these glasses, all you need to do is hit “play.” And get this, the glasses sync with your phone and enable you to share your stream and pics right onto SnapChat. Don’t think for a minute you’re sacrificing video quality either, because the glasses record in HD and can capture video in full circle format. They come in 6 different colors and styles to keep you looking rad while you record and share memories in actual time.


2. Removable Smartphone Camera Lens

We use our phones for everything these days, including taking vacation and travel photos. New generation phones are so hi-tech that many brag their phone cameras are better than the traditional version. With different lens attachments, this brag just got tough to dismiss. We can already quickly edit like a pro on our phones. With clip-on lenses, like these from Xenvo Pro Lens Kit for iPhone and Android, we can now obtain wide angle and macro effect with LED Light and travel case. At just $40 for all four, you may think these lenses are too cheap to take quality photos. But with excellent reviews and a money back guarantee, there’s no risk. Get snapping!



3. Smartphone Tripod

Keeping a tripod around like this one from UBeesize will help you get the best shot, no matter how spur-of-the-moment it is. This cell phone tripod is made with durable material. Get the perfect angle with the adjustable octopus style legs for capturing clean shots from any angle even in the move. It's also very stable on any surface, and it works well with smartphones, digital cameras, GoPro and webcams up to 3.75 inches wide. You'll love that it comes with a control... perfect for solo travelers to snap a pic from a distance. The wireless remote serves a wireless range up to 30 ft. Ideal for taking individual, group photos & wide angle views. And for only $14, it's a perfect accessory to have on hand!


4. Underwater Video and Photos

With its 4K video, user-friendly touchscreen interface, and built-in waterproofing--up to 33 feet/10 meters without housing-- The latest GoPro HERO5 Black is no doubt one of the best underwater cameras out there. It's got tons of innovative features, including voice control, electronic image stabilization, and simple one-button control, making it ideal for your next snorkeling or scuba diving adventure.


5. Birds-Eye View Videos

A new 4K Hasselblad camera, intuitive smartphone control, and a huge 31 minutes of flying time, DJI’s upgraded Mavic Pro 2 is no doubt one of the best travel drones out there. This is perfect for travelers always excited to capture and share their adventures on the go. The sleek and silent high-tech flying camera comes with GPS, 10 optical sensors that help it avoid obstacles, as well as copious flight modes, including tripod and selfie settings. You'll love how compact and foldable it is. It can fly as far as 4.3 miles away, allowing you to capture the jaw-dropping beauty of your surroundings in perfect HD video at 4K/30fps or 1080p/120fps, as well as photographs in 20MP RAW or JPG format.


6. Portable Wi-Fi Hotspot & Power Bank

One of the best mobile Wi-Fi hotspots on the market, the Skyroam Solis' ingenious connectivity gadget offers unlimited 4G LTE service in over 130 countries around the world. Every device can support up to 5 connections and also serves as a portable charger for your phone or tablet while on the move, thanks to its integrated 6000 mAh power bank. A day pass is $9 and gives you unlimited internet access for 24 hours.

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Staycation 101

Sometimes jumping on a plane, train or automobile isn’t in the cards, and your only opportunity to vacate is at home sweet home. Truth be told, there’s nothing mundane about planning a staycation and, if done right, it can be more restful than the rigamarole of planning a trip that takes you far and wide. Here are our tidbits of advice to help you feel like you’ve spoiled yourself properly in your very own casa.

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Turn Off

A simple vacation from your devices is enough to sometimes feel like you’ve taken a relaxing hiatus from life. Without the distractions of texting, Snapping, and reading endless emails, your brain will get the mental detox it so deeply deserves. Turn those phones and laptops off and truly vacate.

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Turn Up

Make yourself a chill playlist to get you in the mood to veg out or get playful. My recent playlist can get you started with your vacay vibes, but to make this feel even more like a treat, pick a theme and put together a playlist to match. A few ukulele tunes may be all you need to transport you to the beaches of Maui.

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Treat Yo’ Self

Order in the most delicious dinner delivery, get an in-home spa service like a manicure or massage, or run yourself an indulgently long and warm bath to soak in. Whatever your pleasure, give yourself all the creature comforts you would indulge in while on vacation.

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Indulge in Simple Pleasures

We often forget the little gestures that hotels make when you are away. Be it spa water (with sliced cucumbers in it), extra cozy slippers, plush bathrobes, perfectly crisp and ironed sheets; all of these elements can make your humble abode feel like a boutique hotel.

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Wanderlust Delivered

From vacation to staycation, Song & Sea Wanderlust Box has all the things you need for the perfect escape. Each box makes you feel like a mini vaycay. (Psss.. LR readers get 40% off their first order!)

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Netflix & Chill

All those films you’ve been dying to watch? Give yourself the luxury of tucking in to your very own film festival. Pop some popcorn and make it feel like an event… in your cozies, of course.

Photo Diary: Agra

There are those places that we all dream of visiting. One's the you must visit and experience for yourself, and Agra is one of them. The main reason why visitors come to Agra is to visit the timeless monument to love and one for the bucket list, the Taj Mahal.

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Photo Diary

Agra

It's the city of the Taj Mahal, in the north Indian state of Uttar Pradesh, some 200 km from Delhi. Agra has three UNESCO World Heritage sites, the Taj Mahal and the Agra Fort in the city and Fatehpur Sikri nearby. There are also many other buildings and tombs from Agra's days of glory as the capital of the Mughal Empire.

Truth be told, the city has little else to recommend it making it a place for an over night stay before moving on to your next destination. You can also opt for a one day excursion from Delhi to Agra. Keep in mind that due to the very high number of tourists, Agra is a breeding ground for touts and people looking to separate you from your money. 

Getting into Agra from Delhi is a quick train or bus ride, and an experience to be had.

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The Agra Fort

The Agra Fort, built by rulers of the Mughal empire, is a sight to behold. It's sandstone walls and white marble interior will hold you in awe. But before you go, be sure to find your way to the back of the Fort and catch the view of it's sister monument, the Taj Mahal off in the distance.

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Taj Mahal

One for the bucketlist. Despite the hype, it’s every bit as good as you’ve heard. I know everyone takes this picture but when you capture it with your own eyes, it because something magical and a memory that will last a lifetime!

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