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  • Writer's pictureLori Schulman

#WhereToNext? Traveling With Kids

Updated: Jan 18



Traveling with kids can be a fun and exciting adventure and a great way to bond as a family, but it can also be a big undertaking. Here are some tips to help make your next trip with kids a success!


Tip #1 - Plan Ahead


Research your destination and make sure it is kid-friendly. Look for activities and attractions that will appeal to your children, and make sure to book tickets and reservations in advance.


Tip #2 - Pack Smart


Bring plenty of snacks, water, and activities to keep your kids entertained on long car rides or flights. Also, pack extra clothes, diapers, and other essentials in case of accidents or delays.


Tip #3 - Be Flexible


Kids are unpredictable, and things may not always go as planned. Be prepared to change your itinerary if necessary and don’t be afraid to take a break if your kids need it.


Tip #4 - Get Everyone Involved


Involve your kids in the planning process by letting them pick out activities or attractions they want to visit. This will help them feel more invested in the trip and excited about the destination.


Tip #5 - Be Prepared For the Unexpected


Make sure you have a first aid kit, any necessary medications, and a plan for handling emergencies. Also, ensure you have all necessary travel documents and identification for your kids.


Tip #6 - Make Time For Fun


Don’t forget to have fun and enjoy the experience with your kids. Take lots of photos, create memories, and make the most of your time together as a family.


Final Thought


Keep Kids in Mind: you should always keep in mind the age and needs of your children. It's essential to have a balance of activities that will interest your children, and also allow them to relax and rest.


By following these tips, you can make traveling with kids a fun and enjoyable experience for the whole family. Remember to relax and enjoy the journey, and let your kids lead the way!


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