Global and eco-friendly Gift Shop on the Eastern Shore. From suitcase to store. We have a great selection of products that support people in need and projects around the world. We invite you to come visit us for a pleasant and guilt-free shopping experience. Our gifts give back. Voiajer staff members would be more than happy to assist you personally to ensure you find exactly what you have in mind. And if you need assistance, or wish to know more, or share ideas, feel free to email us any questions you have, and we’ll be glad to help.
Voiajer was born in June 2017 with one mission: to share beautiful world-changing gifts with our friends. Our passions of supporting families living in abject poverty and providing gifts that are sustainable to the environment combine harmoniously through our products. We create an experience where you can explore products and touch the lives of many while also enjoying the charming town of Cape Charles. Stop by to see for yourself!
It is best to come and visit us at our store or a pop up to experience all of our incredible products we have personally curated from around the globe. Here is a little peek at just a tiny bit of our inventory.
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HANDMADE IN HAITI
Kado means gift in Haitian Creole. Voiajer owner, Naomi Darg, helped start this jewelry project teaching women to make beads from cereal boxes in 2011 after the earthquake. The paper beads are combined with glass beads and semi-precious stones. Each jewelry piece is made by a Haitian mom and comes with a tag showing the photo and story of the lady who made it.
Our metal art is hand cut from recycled oil drums by a team of men in Haiti, every mark is made with a hammer and nail and they are also hand cut with a hammer and chisel.
HANDMADE IN MALAWI
These little beaded sculptures make a fun and quirky gift or decoration and come in lots of sizes from teeny tiny to large wall art.
HANDMADE IN KENYA FROM FLIP FLOPS
Featuring animal sculptures, made from recycled flip-flops that wash up on beaches in Kenya. When you purchase a sculpture you can simultaneously support an entire community and benefit the ocean by removing pollution.
We love the mission of Acacia Creations to improve lives in a long-lasting and sustainable way. They also go beyond fair trade by creating jobs, providing training, and giving back to communities through education and healthcare initiatives. Some of their products include hand carved animals and salad servers from acacia wood, and stars made from recycled cotton.
Fri: 11am-9pm (Festive Fridays)