You’ve got the whole world in your hand

In the spirit of modern wanderlust, several companies have launched travel subscription boxes that bring souvenirs to you, even if you can’t find the time to get away. Artisan goods, art from around the world and java beans direct from the source, can be delivered right to your door.

While we still love a good old-fashioned jaunt to a new locale, we also appreciate the opportunity to explore the world from home.

Why buy faux when you can get authentic articles from GlobeIn, a company that delivers as many as five handpicked artisan crafts from around the world (kitchen and household items, recycled tote bags, etc.) every month, along with a notecard detailing stories of those who crafted the pieces.




Coffee lovers and early morning risers can rejoice with Drift Away’s global coffee subscription boxes. Each new order starts with a Tasting Kit to establish your java vibe. Thereafter, coffee from around the world will be delivered to your door with notes about the blend, the process and more. Cream and sugar not included.

Papirmass’ founders believe that “A beautiful home is just a click away.

The company makes it easier for newbies to step up their game by sending a selection of works by global artists in a variety of mediums, along with additional information about each piece and other surprises every month.


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Le Rêve’s Diver’s Dream package offers participants an underwater view of the show. Photo by Tomasz Rossa / Le Rêve
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Attendees danced throughout the daylong celebration marking 71 years of Israeli independence.