Balancing the everyday logistics of work and home: No problem. Planning a vacation for our family of four: Problem. I become paralyzed with information overload, and all I want is for someone I trust to give me the real scoop on what to pack, where to go, and what to do.
With our next vacation taking shape (and paralysis setting in), I’m thrilled to have found kidscantravel.com. Founder/mom/world traveler Ann LoCicero set out to create a site geared toward parents who understand the joys of traveling with kids. And I don’t mean to Grandma’s house.
You’re not going to find your run-of-the-mill articles on amusement parks and historical sites here–these are unique perspectives contributed by adventurous parents who venture overseas and off the beaten path. You’ll find trip reports from all over the world, essential logistical information for each destination, plus short articles ranging from how to take better family pictures on holiday, to tips on making learning Spanish more fun for your kids before a trip to Belize or Barcelona.
Think of kidscantravel.com as where you go once you’ve had kids and outgrown Lonely Planet‘s hostel recos.
Hit the site and your mind will be filled with tons of options you may never have even considered before. As for me, I’ve got my eye on the Maldives. Or Maybe Mozambique. If only they could make the decision for me too. -Nancy