Family at the airport

Traveling with kids


Do you as a mom feel like you are bound from traveling with kids? Although for now, gone are the days of only worrying about yourself, it is not easy for a parent to come across the fact that their child may be the reason they don’t take trips: see blue Italian lakes, or admire foreign skies.

And yes, it’s true that it is hard to travel as a mom. At times you will find it expensive, and it can also feel impossible. But we are here to tell you that no matter what, you can do it. Other moms have done it. Other moms will do it. So can you.

The fear of “What if?” is the cause why multiple moms are preventing themselves from booking flights and planning to travel. We also know that leaving the kids at home isn’t much easier as moms feel more anxiety leaving them than they would taking them. It is worth noting that not going anywhere is an option you should not consider because traveling with your children can be a rewarding experience if planned for in advance. At this time there are one or more tinier human beings along for the ride and they can make  things a bit more complicated, so stay tuned as we mention some travel hacks that will help keep you sane on your trip. You are going to adore travelling with your kids.


Formerly mentioned, traveling with kids can be one of the most rewarding adventures you can have together as it enables families to form a stronger bond

It is a very important experience which not only helps in creating family memories but also helps kids’ education to foster a world view beyond their own backyards while at the same time encouraging independence, self-confidence and interpersonal skills.

Recent studies by the Student & Youth Travel Association have shown that kids who travel do better in school as traveling promotes a global education.

Family at the airport

It is thought that kids are able to absorb knowledge more effectively through experiential learning, so while trying new cuisines and getting to know local customs, they may even pick up a little of the language.

Moreover, experiencing new cultures often means children are more open minded. It teaches them the importance of making memories and enjoying experiences, rather than wanting possessions. We all know that days spent hiking through the mountains and swimming in the sea, stimulate an active lifestyle and appreciation of the outdoors.

Finally, travel inspires children and grants them new ideas & fresh perspectives which can be used throughout their life; and that’s why we name it as “the gift that keeps on giving”.

Here are some tips that may help you as a parent to enjoy your journey more.

  • Book family-friendly cruises.

    In order to have a relaxing holiday with kids we recommend you to book family-friendly cruises or try all-inclusive ​resorts as a first step. This will help you a lot because you will be able to stay in one place or cabin, and have meals and food accessible at any time of day. Furthermore, baby and kids club options galore can also be easily accessible, so your holiday can be as busy or relaxing as you wish. Do not forget to include kids in the travel planning process. Depending on the age, it’s a good idea to include them on this as they love to help, so seek their input, get them to do some research on their own, and they’ll have greater buy in and be excited about what they want to see. What’s more, introducing kids to the trip ahead of time is especially important for first-time travelers.

  • Pack a folding stroller.

    If you have children under the ages of two years old, it is important to pack a folding stroller. Take a look at Vie which is quick, nimble, and easily collapsible.
    This is the one you want to travel with as it is lightweight and inexpensive that may be perfect for occasional strolling needs. Vie baby stroller also fits well in small car trunks, or in limited closet space, and it is very easy to get on things like public transportation. You can maneuver these baby strollers pretty well in crowded situations and in every terrain so there is no need to worry if you’re planning on going to state fairs, to amusement parks, through busy streets or the like. Finally, this stroller is also great for airplane

Green stroller perfect for traveling

  • Be strategic with the suitcases.

    Try to be strategic with the suitcases by packing your family’s suitcases in an untraditional way as it can save you a lot of time and hassle. If you’re traveling with kids, we recommend to pack by day and not by person. Keep everyone’s clothing for a certain day or two together and then have a dedicated bag for toiletries and other necessities. That way when you’re hopping from hotel to hotel, you’ll only have to lug a couple of bags at a time. This is also an ideal way to pack in case luggage is misplaced so that no one will be stuck without his or her entire vacation wardrobe. And please, pack as little as possible. Don’t overpack as it will just lead to frustration and sore arms.

  • Always have snacks available.

    Don’t forget that hungry kids can take a fun family trip to miserable in a matter of minutes. I can’t emphasize this enough as this is why you always should have snacks available for your kids! Besides, you never know when the time between meals will get extended. It could be a delayed flight, unexpected traffic getting to your hotel, or a tour that takes a bit longer than you thought it would.

  • Invest in a GPS tracking device.

    In case you’re worried about your child getting lost, you can brand them by writing your name and phone number on their arm making it easy for you to be contacted. Either-way, you could also invest in a GPS tracking device. Attach it to your child’s wrist or bag, and follow along via the app.


    It can really save you a lot of money every time you travel. You can ask for discounts on: transportation including buses and trains, private guides, tours, attraction entrance fees and restaurants (some have kids eat free promotions). Even when there’s nothing written, be sure to ask.

Family on vacation

  • Stop putting it off.

    Lastly, the best tip we can give for traveling with kids is to stop putting it off. Instead get out there and travel. Keep in mind that everything might not go according to plan, but your family will love seeing the world, and you’ll be planning your next trip before you know it.

While we wish you a bon voyage, make sure to bookmark this compilation of to make your trip easier and more fun for everyone.And remember that you’re supposed to be enjoying yourself too! So, do your best to enjoy it!