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Top 25 Travel Blogs for Families

We've updated the list: To view 2012's Top 25 Travel Blogs for Families, click here!

After a seemingly endless winter, our thoughts are turning to the wonderful, warm concept of summer vacation. The 25 travel blogs we've highlighted here provide everything from practical advice (packing lists, passport info, how to navigate a souk in Marrakech) to gear guides to pure armchair escapism. So whether you're looking for destination ideas or for that perfect bikini to wear on the beach in Brazil, these sites offer a wealth of advice and expertise for families on the go. - Christina Ohly Evans

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18 thoughts on “Top 25 Travel Blogs for Families 2011

  1. Traci LaRosa Suppa says:

    If your travel tastes include quirky sites like the world’s largest ball of twine, please vote on the “reader’s choice” page for my humorous family travel blog, Go BIG or Go Home. Its a chronicle of what happens when my small-town family visits the worlds largestwhatever! We hit the road to seek out the worlds largest bowling pin, kaleidoscope, or light bulb, then rate the attraction so you can decide whether to Go BIG, or stay home! http://bit.ly/iB3gLU

  2. Travel Jobs says:

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  3. Creekmoreworld says:

    Shameless self-promotion: If you like family travel blogs, come visit http://creekmoreworld.com We do ‘live’ daily blogging as we have traveled for many months to a dozen different countries. It’s a family journey not just to exotic and remote places, but to a shared goal of traveling for 365 days that we came up with as the Wife/Mom battles cancer.

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  5. Daly says:

    This is exactly what I was looking for to plan my travel. Thanks!

  6. Would love to be considered next time. We are an Aussie family who have been travelling 14 months so far… and still going!

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  7. Dwayne says:

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  10. Fadil says:

    Prana Resort & Spa, Koh Samui, Thailand

    I can say, hand on heart, that Prana is really amazing as a honeymoon resort! It was our first time there. Magnificent views greeted us the moment we walked into the resort’s reception area. It felt just like stepping into a poster! The colour of the water was incredible, with all shades of blues and greens surrounding the island. It was heaven on earth.

    This is a great boutique resort, with beautiful surrounding islands sitting on emerald waters, and sun rays glinting off them. Any Garden View room would be great as they are all beautifully designed, nestled among tropical greenery, with a cozy atmosphere. The well-maintained pool was gorgeous, and we enjoyed the spa, which offers relaxing services at great value! Overall, it’s a private, tranquil, picturesque and attentive property.

    The Amala restaurant is where the resort really shines. Breakfast was incredible! The food was remarkable and the service highly personalised. At night, it was truly magical sitting outside listening to the waves. The staff members of Prana were friendly, always ready with a smile and willing to go the extra mile to help us when needed.

    We miss Koh Samui and plan to visit again. We really enjoyed our time at Prana and would readily recommend it to anyone looking for a honeymoon resort, or a relaxing, peaceful and luxurious holiday in Koh Samui.

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  13. Charlotte says:

    http://www.hbsslaw.com/cases-and-investigations/cases/Expedia-Waiver
    This popped up on my Twitter feed. Someone is suing Expedia over its vacation waiver policy claiming it violates consumer protection laws regarding children under two years of age? I’m going to offer a hypothesis here. The under-2s were travelling free, i.e. as lap-children and staying for free in the hotels/condos; Expedia made the parents pay the cancellation insurance on the under-2s. Therefore, the argument would be that as no business was charging for these children to fly or stay, there should have been no extra charge by Expedia for the insurance.

  14. Lukas says:

    The most important tip forgotten to mention is that during the trip it is important to visit countries theatre :) It is not just because of the fun, but because you meet eye to eye culture :) I always visit local performances and now I even have a list of them- Kultura :) Try to do the same and I guarantee you will not regret :)

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