Traveling with your children is rewarding, but can be stressful. One great way to explore the world with your young travelers is to take a group tour. Group tours are established itineraries that generally include the majority of your touring and your meals.The advantage of taking your little world traveler on a group tour is that they will meet kids close to their age and meet children from all over the United States, Canada and Australia. There are great companies out there such as Disney and Trafalgar tours that offer fantastic kid-centric itineraries. I talk about my favorites below!

Adventures by Disney 

With Adventures by Disney, you are treated with the VIP experience. This means you travel with 2 Adventure guides that turn every destination into a specially crafted story. Also, Adventures by Disney has access to “behind the scenes” tour options such as a private tour to the Vatican or a exclusive dinner at Edinburgh castle

Trafalgar Family Tours

Trafalgar Family Tours is a great option for your next family vacation. Trafalgar’s carefully selected family friendly destinations will leave you awe-inspired. You will enjoy 4 to 5 star hotels, most tours are included, and you will be joined by a wonderful tour director to guide you along the way. Some of your included excursions are centered around making sure you and your child enjoys the tour, such as pasta making in Italy and surprise extras! 

Little Passports

To prepare your little explorer, get them a subscription to Little Passports!  It’s a great way to educate your children on geography as well as different cultures all over the world. Every month, they are introduced to a new country. There’s no better way to get your child excited for your upcoming guided tour.  They have packages that start for 3-year-olds up to 12. They even have STEM themed expeditions! Find out more information at 

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Traveling with your children is rewarding, and they will remember the experience for their entire lives. Contact me for more information! 

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