Christmas Gift Ideas For Nature Lovers

While it might be off season for camping, it’s the perfect time to shop in Kent for Christmas gifts for nature lovers. If you have someone in your life who loves to camp, hike, ramble or just spend time in the great outdoors, the gift of kit to enjoy this better is sure to be well received. The Times thinks so also, so here are their best ideas and styles to shop from our web shop.

Trekking poles are especially useful for older people who still like to get out and enjoy nature, and its believed they could relieve pressure on knees by as much as 25 per cent, meaning that they can stay active for longer with less of the aches and pains that come with a longer hike.

A thermo flask is great for those who like to go off the beaten path – after all, there’s usually not a café there to stop for afternoon tea. These are always the item to go missing, so no-one will mind having another in their kit for those cold winter hikes.

A bat detector may seem like an unusual gadget, but it’s great for those who want to get more connected to nature. It turns inaudible bat calls into something the human ear can hear, and helps to identify one of the 17 species in the UK that it could be.

Binoculars are the perfect choice for someone with a keen interest in birds and other bits of nature, but hasn’t gone head first into ornithologist life quite yet. Opt for something lightweight and streamlined and you won’t even notice you’re carrying them until you need them.