Blogging is an excellent way to share information about you as a person, your journey, your insights, travel tips you’ve learned by experience, finances, how you’ve grown and so much more!! Fortunately, there are now hundreds of family travel blogs out there with a vast amount of information. Some families have done their journey and returned home, but their blog insights remain, others are planning to get out there, so are building up their followers. Yet other families travel part time and share the information and perspective that they gain.
Not all blogs are created equal so you will have to try them on for size. What are you looking for? Some bloggers answer questions about how to get started and that may be your area of interest. Others may be traveling Indonesia, which has been your dream for years, so you are fascinated by everything they say. Some blogs are heavier on sales than others. Some have books and merchandise or even tours and services available.
But like every traveling family, the blogs are as unique as the individuals. And it’s so wonderful to be able to share other people’s journey through our digital connections!! Whether it’s to communicate to family or to share with the world, these blogs keep us connected as a community! Here is a compilation of some wonderful Family Travel Blogs along with a revolving feed of numerous World School Travel Blogs’ most recent posts. This is by no means a comprehensive list, but rather a sample platter of some excellent information and experiences!!
If you find a blog post informative and useful, especially if it is about a specific location, please share the blog with us on the Travel Directory under ‘Blog Posts.’ You can add an excerpt with a link to the blog, whether it’s your own, or someone else’s you’ve found useful and would like to share with others. To share the post:
- Go the ‘My Dashboard’ on the upper right hand side of the screen
- Click ‘Add listing’
- Click ‘Blog Post’ and then fill in the information. (Please don’t put the whole post in, but rather an idea of the information available in the post and a link to the original author’s post.)