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  • Bring Travel Home With These Eight Subscription Boxes

    It’s safe to say that we’re all itching to travel now more than ever before. But alas, the best thing to do right now is to stay put at home. Although, just because you can’t physically travel the world right now doesn’t mean that you can’t bring travel to you! 

    There are so many awesome travel subscription boxes that will make it feel like you’re across the world even if you’re really in the comfort of your own home. Considering that there are hundreds of subscription boxes to pick from, we went ahead and selected our favorites. That being said, here are eight subscription boxes that will bring travel to you.

    Bon Appetit Box

    Have you ever been to France? Oui or non? No matter if you’ve been to France or dream of going there someday, the Bon Appetit Box will satisfy both parties. This subscription box immediately transports you to the land of escargot and croissants. 

    With the Bon Appetit Box, you’ll receive gourmet foods from France delivered directly to your doorstep each month. Every box has a different theme and allows you to choose which type of box you’d like delivered that month from sweet, savory, or a combination of the two. Comme c’est delicieux! Which means, “How delicious!”, in French. 

    The Wordy Traveler

    If you’re the type of person who likes to learn about the world through reading, The Wordy Traveler subscription box is for you. Quarterly you’ll receive a book that’s all about one amazing travel destination, a custom art print, and a delicious tea that’s sourced from the featured region. 

    The best part about The Wordy Traveler? A portion of the proceeds from each subscription box goes towards providing education for girls and women around the globe.

    The Spicery

    The idea of The Spicery subscription box was created by owner James Ransome, in 2006. The items in the box are inspired by his travels throughout South-East Asia and India and from his career of working as a chef in top restaurants throughout Australia and the United Kingdom. 

    The World Kitchen Explorer subscription brings you spices and unique recipes from around the globe that you can create in your very own kitchen. Some of the dishes that you might make are Balinese roast pork with lemongrass rice and sambal tomat, Ecuadorian ceviche and carne colorada, and more.

    Explore Local Box

    The Explore Local Box highlights destinations that are a little closer to home. With a monthly subscription, you can expect to receive a box full of goodies from that month’s featured U.S. city. 

    You can expect to get items such as locally made foods, a watercolor profile map with fun facts about the featured city, and other cool products made by artisans from that city. Past boxes have featured Boise, Idaho, Moab, Utah, and Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.


    If you’re looking to try products that highlight what Japanese food is all about, then look no further. The Bokksu subscription box states that it’s the only Japanese subscription box that partners with 100+ year old family snack makers for their authentic snack boxes. 

    Each month you can expect a theme for your box along with tasty treats that highlight that theme. Past themes for the box include Be My Valentine, Mochi Madness, Haunted Harvest, and Citrus Summer. This subscription box is a great way to learn more about Japanese food culture while enjoying unique Japanese delicacies with loved ones.

    Jetsetter Chic

    The Jetsetter Chic box was created by a flight attendant for women who are frequent travelers. The great part about this subscription box is that a majority of the products you’ll receive can be used at home or while you’re away. The company offers two different types of subscriptions based on your preferred frequency of delivery, and the types of items you’d like to receive.

    Their Travel Cosmopolitan Box is delivered monthly and is filled with a 30 day supply of TSA compliant skincare, health, and other amazing products, while their Travel Connosiour Box is delivered quarterly and is filled with travel accessories, travel safety gear, snacks, travel technology gear, a 30 day supply of TSA compliant skincare and health products, and more!

    Little Passports

    For the mini traveler in your life, Little Passports is a subscription box that will teach your children about other parts of the world from home. There are numerous subscription boxes to choose from based on your child’s age. 

    If your child is 3-5 years of age, the World Explorers box focuses on themes such as music, dinosaurs, and oceans, and includes toys, stickers, activity booklets and much more. If your child is a little bit older (ages 6-10), the World Edition box focuses on one specific country per month and includes items like activity sheets, souvenirs, and other cool collectibles. There’s also a subscription box for kids ages 7-12, a Science Junior box, and a Science Expeditions box.

    Nonna Box

    Last but certainly not least on our travel subscription box list is the Nonna Box. Chosen by The Wall Street Journal as one of the tastiest and worldliest food subscription boxes, this box is sure to transport you into the heart of Italy.

    The Nonna Box comes monthly and includes hard-to-come-by, full-sized Italian ingredients. With the ingredients shipped to you, you’ll be able to make a mouthwatering dish that was created by a regional Italian nonna (the recipe is included in your box). You’ll get to learn about the Italian culture while whipping up food that tastes like it came directly from an authentic Italian kitchen. 

    Even though you may not be able to travel the world under the current circumstances, you still have the opportunity to bring a little piece of travel home to you with these subscription boxes. Consider sending a box to someone who is really missing the adventure of travel – close friends, family members, or even purchase one for yourself. It’ll bring joy and remind them/you that though we may not be able to physically travel the world right now, there are still ways that you can bring travel home.

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