Can you still travel after your kids are born? Of course you can! Family travel can be quite a challenge, but the amazing experiences and quality family time are well worth it. Your kids are only young once and now is the best time to create wonderful memories together. We’ve been traveling with our homeschooled preschooler since he was 3 months old, and we want to inspire other families to travel too. If we can do it, you can do it! What are you waiting for?
All you ever wanted to know about travel with kids. We happily share what we’ve learned about traveling with a young child so you don’t have to make our mistakes. We love traveling with our son and wish for you to share the same joy with your kids.
After over 32.645 miles of air travel with our son, we have some great tips to share.
Exciting family travel stories from us and our favorite family travel bloggers.
We love city trips with our toddler. Find out our tips for successful city breaks with kids.
Reviews of our favorite travel products and awesome (and not so awesome) places we’ve stayed during our travels.
A baby carrier is an essential travel accessory. Read about our Manduca and other carriers.
Budget choice: great value for money at Hotel Sisters Inn in Moalboal, Cebu, Philippines.
The Totseat travel high chair allows you to turn any normal chair into a high chair.
Destinations in South East Asia
We’ve traveled around South East Asia with our toddler for 10 months and share what we’ve learned on the road. Of course, there’s always more to discover, but so far we’ve been to Thailand, Malaysia, Sri Lanka, Philippines, Bali, Sulawesi and Vietnam. Don’t hesitate to ask us about these destinations, we’re happy to help!
Our little world traveler’s first experience with South East Asia: Bali.
We spend six weeks in the Philippines and it wasn’t enough. Great country for family travel!
Lovely people and amazing nature, the spicy food was a bit of a challenge…
Destinations in Europe
From our current home base Haarlem in The Netherlands we’re discovering Europe one country at a time. Traveling full-time is still our wish, but at the moment we’re mostly making short trips to various parts of Europe. So far we’ve been to Milan, Prague, Berlin, Vienna, Portugal and Belgium with our son.
Let us help you explore the country we were born and raised. Any questions? Ask!
Having never been to Italy before, we were pleasantly surprised when we visited Milan.
Vienna is a great city to visit with kids of all ages. Lots of parks, museums and playgrounds.