Whether you’re a family of two or more, break typical family outing traditions and follow these blogs for some travel inspo:
The Bucket List Family
After realizing they weren’t fit for the conventional work and lifestyle, G and Settie, together with their two small children, went on and sold their belongings to travel the world as The Bucket List Family.
They’ve been to plenty of places around the world, and despite some misadventures, they’re still choosing to live the road life to seek happiness and of course, to learn more about different people and life in general.
They also post their workouts in their blog, proving they are great role models not just as a family, but also as individuals who take good care of themselves. Visit their blog and follow their amazing backpacking adventures.
Exploramum & Explorason
This mom and son duo seeks to make a difference while traveling, and prefers to spread acts of kindness in the roads less traveled. They give out clothes, toys and books to poor families, and even feed beggars throughout their journey.
Follow their Random Acts of Kindness through their blog.
Y Travel Blog
Caz and Craig Makepeace like to call the world their home as they have been travel addicts ever since. Their blog not only documents their adventures as a family, they also share tips and tricks in getting the most of your travel trips.
See where they are now by visiting their blog.
Globetotting is the brainchild of two moms who are seeking to inspire families to try less traditional destinations. Their blog will show you how traveling along the coast of Sri Lanka or visiting Machu Picchu with your kids promise a richer experience than a trip to Disneyland.
See more exciting family-friendly places in their blog.
For adventurous dads out there, Eric Stoen, the guy behind family travel blog Travel Babbo, is a great travel inspiration. Every year, each of his three kids gets to pick any destination in the world for a one-on-one trip with him. How cool is that?
And of course, he also travels with the entire family several times a year. To follow their exciting adventures, visit their blog.
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