Saturday, August 4, 2018

A little guide to Travelling fun for kids


I love to travel, and I love to travel even more after having kids.  Though sometimes traveling with kids is not an easy task as you have to consider so many things like their health, safety, security and many more. Yet going with tiny tinnies make my traveling horizon boarder and sometimes enjoy the destination with their perspective adds a new meaning to my life.


  1. Get them ready... After you decide the destination, let kids know so that they have a hint of the place. More they hear about it, the more they can imagine. My kids are in elementary school, my older one makes his list of what to see. When we decided to go to Washington DC last month, he wanted to visit Space and science museum. As he knew a few things earlier he was really excited to see them in real. You can also educate them about the little culture of the destination or what food they are going expect. That makes them excited about the destination.
  2. Make them Feel as part of the plan... Let them carry their own bags, it will not only make feel them responsible but also important. Choosing and packing clothes, hats sunglasses and taking care of their little things gives them immense please for their upcoming trip.
  3. Make them feel at home... I always pack my kid's favorite toys or stuffy, games, bedtime books that make them relax and feel at ease at a new place.

  4. A playtime... Even though my kids love traveling kids are kids, they often get bored in between. I always make sure to plan some time for their activities. Give a little time to play like going to the swimming pool at the hotel. Also, stopping by for a snack or ice cream social can instantly boost their mood.

  5. Comfort... I can't stretch enough, how essential it is to make them wear comfortable shoes. No matter what, most traveling requires walking, and comfortable shoes make it more fun along with packing the right clothes for the weather of the destination.
Lastly, traveling is not just about sightseeing but also preserving and curating memories for life!

22 comments:

  1. Great tips. We always bring my daughters favourite teddy. But I have a fear that one day he will go walkabout lmao.

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  2. Aside from these, for us is pool. Pool is a must. If we are to stay in a hotel for more than a day, there must be a pool or beach where they could play.

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  3. My mom was a travel agent for many years ... before people could book trips online ... and she always taught similar lessons. I'll never forget the lesson of "you pack your suitcase and you carry it" what an eye opener that was for a teen girl who thought she needed "everything".

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  4. Traveling is something I have been doing more of lately. I was a workaholic until I had to retire early due to failed back surgery. The one thing I do religiously when I travel is to make sure I have comfy shoes.

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  5. Thanks for sharing these travel tips I will be using some of them.

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  6. As a family we love to travel too. We have been to Italy this year and back to my homeland of Thailand too.

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  7. Our family loves to travel too and have recently visited the Baltic Sea countries.

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  8. Great tips! I've always loved traveling with my son. He would get a little bored when he was younger but doesn't as much any more. Including him in the planning always ramped up his anticipation so he was ready to go all the time without any argument.

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  9. I love to travel with my family also! It's such a unique experience to see the world through their eyes. And so funny too at the things that captivate them! Sometimes it's the totally normal everyday things! :)

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  10. Travel with kids is really fun :) and also they experience a g great travel with their young ages. :)

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  11. I love this post. I have been traveling with my two kiddos (both 10 and under) and couldn’t agree with you more. Sharing experiences with our children and making sure they have a great time too is a great way to bond...and live life. 👍🏼☺️💕 Evelyn, PathofPresence

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  12. Great tips! I love to travel too and I've traveled with my little one before but I can't wait when we can plan out our travels together.

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  13. Yup! Making them feel at home and comfortable is a plus. I always loved our family vacations as a kid. Alwyas fun and still love them today.

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  14. I love this! Having my kiddos with me when I experience new places definitely makes it more interesting - half the fun is watching their overjoyed, awed reactions at a new location.

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  15. Those traveling tips are great! I think anytime you include kids in decision making, like what to pack and what toy to take, always makes the trip easier.

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  16. Great tips. If I have children in the future these will definitely help.

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  17. These are great tips! Ive got to try these with my toddler. She loves going to new places with us but the car ride is miserable. I think incorporatsting designated play stops would help tremendously.

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  18. As a Mom with kids and going on a travel we need that extra powers to do extra things for our travel plans won't get ruin. Fantastic tips you got there, the basic and and most important thigns are on your list, well done!

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  19. These are great tips. Certainly we do all of these here with our kiddos in preperation and on venture, especially packing some toys. Its a real comfort having something from home :)

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  20. These are really great tips for keeping the littles entertained while travelling. It can surely be hard work at times.

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  21. I agree. Traveling is more fun with the company of my kids. I love seeing their innocent eyes grow big, fascinated by new things.

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  22. Traveling is something I love, but now it's all due to business. I love your blogs name...

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