Airlines have varying policies on the minimum age for unaccompanied minors and rules that dictate the flights that children can take alone.
One of the best experiences you can give your children is travelling to new, different places. They’ll grow as people while creating lasting memories with you.
One of the things that causes children (and parents) to freak out about major travel is the long list of routine-disrupting cultural differences, especially those that affect health and hygiene.
Most parents are overwhelmed when planning a vacation two hours away, let alone heading to a country halfway across the world.
Travelling abroad with your children may sound like a great idea but there are a few things you can do that can help to make the trip a memorable one.
When you think your children are starting to show signs of being ready to travel in your own neighborhood independently, allow them to practice by walking a few paces in front of you.
Travel with kids does not have to be an experience you dread. You envision the dream as it appears in the brochure, but you know the reality often ends up a little more frazzled with you bearing most of the responsibility for planning and ensuring...