Most people think that once you have settled down, get married and have kids, travel is over. Think again! These family travel bloggers will surely inspire you and change your perspective.
The Bohemian Family is made up of 5 adventurers: Mom, Dad and 3 boys. The parents dropped out of the American rat race in search of a more fulfilling lifestyle and simplified their life in order to achieve their dream. As digital nomads, they continue to travel and live with kids in exotic locations, while homeschooling their boys. This globetrotting family shares useful destination guides, travel tips, resources on travel lodging, as well as educational tips on travel schooling in their blog.
Suitcases and Sippy Cups follows the adventures of a middle class family with four kids (all boys) living in Middle America, who aim to let the world be their classroom as they travel together making memories. The site shares practical travel tips, destination guides for family-friendly travel and personal anecdotes that will inspire families to pack up and go.
Have Baby Will Travel aims to inspire, motivate, and help families travel with their babies, toddlers, and young children. As a mother of two, founder Corinne says the blog has been able to combine her two greatest loves: family and exploring the world. She shares travel advice, trip reports, and helpful tips, tricks, and resources for traveling with small kids.
Family on Bikes is an online journal that chronicles the Vogel family’s adventures, mom, dad and twin sons. The boys, who were born in Ethiopia, got exposed to travel at an early age, as parents continued to travel with kids in tow. The self-described adventure seekers and modern day explorers aim to live life to the fullest. In fact, they spent three-years, cycling 17,300 miles from Alaska to Argentina together as a family. They chronicled their journey and even have several books.
Going Anyway is the inspiring blog of a family living semi-nomadically in Australia showing the world that anything’s possible. Parents Chris and Jill gave up their house in the suburbs, job, school, and mortgage to go backpacking around Asia – not an easy feat with five kids and a wheelchair! They share photo essays from their trips, travel stories, reflections on the road and other practical tips that will force ordinary people to question all their excuses not to travel.