Here at Panoramic Villas, we understand how important it is to travel and see the world, especially if you have a family. What better way is there to teach your children about the wider world than to show them first hand? That’s why we provide so many holiday villa rentals in a variety of family-friendly holiday destinations.
However, travelling with children can present some additional challenges that you might not have considered. That’s why we have collected our favourite family travel bloggers so you can benefit from their wealth of experience and maybe get a few pointers to help you with your next trip with the family.
We also created this shiny new badge for the blogs that made it onto our list to reward them in a small way for the amazing efforts in family travel blogging.
So here, in no particular order, are our Top 25 Family Travel Bloggers of 2019:
1. Ciao Bambino
This family travel blog is the perfect resource for discerning travellers. Boasting family-focused travel advice, directions and an abundant amount of information on accommodation, Ciao Bambino is a testament to the idea that travelling as a family shouldn’t cause lower standards. They also provide a fantastic travel agent service.
The blog for parents who don’t want to give up their passions, especially travelling. Browse destination guides, hotel reviews, restaurant recommendations and activity or event descriptions to help you plan your next trip with your kids.
3. Families Go!
This amazing site helps you plan your next family vacation by providing advice and tips from a wide community of travellers who also happen to be parents! Resources include everything travel related from destination guides, accommodation reviews and tips on how to pack your suitcase.
One of the best reasons to take your kids with you as you explore the world is to broaden their horizons and let them experience the world with you. The Educational Tourist is the perfect blog if you are looking for travel tips to keep your kids entertained and educate them at the same time.
Family Travel Magazine is the perfect resource for families who are interested in travel. with guides on theme parks, hotel reviews, destination guides and travel tips, there is something for everyone on this site. Their goal is to help make travel more affordable for families and readers can often find some amazing packaged deals available.
Gone with the Family is a fantastic travel blog with tons of travel tips and destination guides. The site’s owner Lisa has been travelling with her kids since her first was four months old, which is simply incredible. Bonus interest for any avid Harry Potter fans out there, make sure you take a look at the abundant information available on Harry Potter themed destinations.
This cleverly named blog is the work of Mara, an award-winning writer who uses her platform to emphasise the learning potential of travelling with kids. The Mother of all Trips combines travelogue, how-to guides and general musings on motherhood to create an amazing resource for parents interested in travelling with their kids. Learn from the first-hand experience as she “brings the world to your kids and your kids to the world.”
8. Travel Mamas
Travel Mamas is a community of parents that are dedicated to providing travel tips, destination guides and reviews to help other parents take a break from their everyday lives and see the world. This blog will help you not only make the most out of travelling with your children, but also give some tips and reviews on romantic getaways for just you and your other half for when you travel without the kids.
Founded by avid travel writer Katja Gaskell, this blog is the go-to destination for those who are looking for inspiration on travelling the world with their family. Find a wealth of destination guides, accommodation reviews and plenty of travel tips to help you make the most of your trip. Globetotting is full of adventurous travel with kids, from climbing pyramids in Mexico to skiing in France.
The Trekaroo blog is an offshoot of the Trekaroo website and is an invaluable resource for families who are interested in travel. The family travel community that contribute to this blog makes sure that it is chock full of guides, hotel reviews, booking information and activity suggestions. Everything you need to plan your next family trip.
Created by travel writer Nell Heshram, The Pigeon Pair and Me documents Nell’s adventures with her family in the UK and across the world. This blog is the go-to place to get reviews of family-friendly destinations and travel tips with a personal touch. The Pigeon Pair and Me is the perfect blog to get some inspiration for your next family holiday!
Tin Box Traveller was created by Claire as a passion project but soon blossomed into a valuable resource for those interested in travelling. Claire and her family have had their passports checked in 28 countries and their blog as a wealth of information, destination guides and travel tips to help you plan your next family holiday. The Tin Box Traveller has a section dedicated to packing lists, ensuring you will be fully prepared for your next holiday.
The Family Adventure Project is the perfect place to go for inspiration for thrill-seekers and adventurers who are still keen to travel after having kids. You will find a range of family-friendly adventure holiday destinations here in both the UK and abroad. Created by husband and wife team, Stuart and Kirstie, this blog is a testament to doing adventurous things as a family.
14. Mummy Travels
Mummy Travels was created by Cathy Winston who is an avid lover of travel and excellent travel writer. Cathy is motivated by her desire to visit every country and was determined not to swap her suitcase for a pushchair and is a great example of how you can travel with kids. Mummy Travels has plenty of tips and guides to read, especially on travelling as a single parent. Additionally, Cathy’s often frank reports on travelling provides a full and authentic view on what it is like.
North East Family Fun is a family travel blog dedicated to sharing the adventures of Samantha and her family as they explore the UK and beyond. Samantha covers a range of destinations and holiday types from camping, family holidays in Florida and day trips in England. The blog is also a great resource for those looking for travel ideas whose kids have started to get older, as Samantha tackles the same issues with her own children and strives to go on days out the whole family can enjoy.
We3Travel is a travel blog with a difference. Instead of focusing on destination Tamara focuses her adventures on the experiences that will change her family and broaden their horizons. From cultural and educational experiences such as museums or speaking the native language to exploring a destination through its unique food, We3Travel will give you inspiration on how to make the most out of your next family holiday.
17. Jetlag & Mayhem
Jetlag & Mayhem was created by travel enthusiast Nicola to share the tips and advice that she had discovered the hard way after travelling with her 4-month old baby. This mum has been travelling the world since she as a teenager and has a wealth of experience and knowledge to pass on. With guides for destinations across the world, this blog will make planning your next family holiday a breeze.
This blog is run by a 5 member family travel journalist team of mum Jessica, dad Garrett and their three kids. The Bucket List Family was started after they decided to sell everything and head out on the journey of a lifetime. This blog has a wide variety of destination guides, travel tips and inspiration for your own vacations.
19. A Modern Mother
A Modern Mother is a family travel blog created by Susanna, one of the co-founders of BritMums. Originally from the US, Susanna now lives in the UK with her husband and is an expert in family travel. Susana runs her blog as her hobby and often lets the kids voice their points of view to the blog.
20. Full Suitcase
Full Suitcase is one of those family travel blogs that will leave you full of envy and inspiration for your own travelling experience. Created by Jurga, this blog covers some amazing experiences across the globe in some fantastic destinations. There is an abundance of travel tips, guides and resources for you to browse as you plan your next family vacation.
21. Mini Travellers
Mini Travellers is a family travel blog which is dedicated to showing the world that having kids shouldn’t stop you from exploring the world. Created by Karen and her husband Matt, this blog is full of advice for every aspect of taking your kids on holiday. Mini Travellers also boasts some excellent photography alongside their interesting and detailed posts.
Traveling Canucks is a family travel blog with a simple mission, to share amazing travel stories and adventures from around the world. Created by Nicole and Cameron, this blog showcases their family adventures and hopes to inspire others to follow in their footsteps and travel in the way that best appeals to them. As they say themselves, travel is very personal and means different things to different people!
Road Trips For Families is a family travel blog that is dedicated to families who enjoy road trips and is a great resource to help you plan your next cross country trip. This blog is brought to you by real families who use their passion and experience to provide you with an abundance of guides, tips and advice to help make your next road trip a great experience for the whole family.
24. Where’s Sharon?
Where’s Sharon was originally started as a traditional travel blog by the blog’s namesake to keep her friends and family updated during her travels. However, after getting married and having three children, Sharon dedicated her blog to family travel and aims to provide inspiration, information and advice to families everywhere. Sharon documents the good and the bad that comes with travelling with kids and her blog is an invaluable resource.
This site is dedicated to helping families plan their next trip and has a wealth of useful advice, guidance and reviews to help you plan your next trip. Search articles by destination, attractions and holiday style to help plan your holiday itinerary.