Be realistic about what you can do with kids in tow and don’t cram too much into your itinerary. Build nap and snack breaks into your daily plan. Staying in one place is a good idea as kids get tired easily so you don’t to be racing around from place to place with them.
2. Capture memories.
Give your children a cheap digital camera when you travel. They will love taking their own pictures and you can see the trip through their eyes.
3. Be flexible.
Don’t try and plan too much, because chances are nothing will go to plan when you’re travelling with kids!
4. Have plenty of activities on hand.
If you’re on a road trip make sure you have lots of games, books and toys to entertain little ones.
5. Involve them.
Ask them where they might like to go and talk about the things they might like to do to get them excited about travel. Talk about your trip afterwards too – share photos and say “remember when we did this?” The more you involve them the more they will feel that it’s their journey as well.