Last Updated 02/08/2017
Globalmouse Travels follows a family of five on their adventures around the world. Created by mother Nichola West, Globalmouse Travels focuses on a variety of family-friendly stays, destinations, travel-inspired recipes, products and trips in the UK. Covering everything from glamping and roadtrips, to luxury holidays abroad, Nichola uses the blog to review the best activities to keep the kids entertained while traveling in the holidays.
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Mini Travellers was created by mother–of–three Karen. Proving that having three young kids doesn’t have to stifle your love of travel, Karen uses the blog to supply parents with ideas for days out with the kids, adventurous and fun-fuelled holidays including a stay in a log cabin, child-friendly festivals, plus useful tips on how to travel with toddlers and small children, to help you along the way.
mummytravels was created by ‘travel-obsessed’ award-winning blogger Cathy Winston in 2011, while pregnant with her daughter. mummytravels proves that you can keep traveling even when you have a child in tow. Using her experience traveling with a young child, Cathy provides her readers with travel tips – from what to wear to the essentials that you need to remember.
Tin Box Traveller was launched in 2012 by mother–of–two Claire Hall, to share her family travel adventures with other parents. Tin Box Traveller covers everything for family events in the UK, including spas, holiday homes, and the best beaches – to destinations further afield. What started as a way to document family adventures while on maternity leave, has now grown into a resourceful guide for those looking for things to do at home and abroad.
the Pigeon Pair and Me, by journalist and editor Nell Heshram, documents the adventures of the ‘pigeons‘ Austin and Gwen, as they travel with mum Nell and Daddy D., Offering advice on where to go and what to see. The Pigeon Pair and Me follows the family while they enjoy family day trips and long stays in the UK and Europe. Whether you’re looking for your next camping trip, road trip, or long-haul destination, Nell provides all of the details and reviews of useful products to help survive the holidays.
With over 12 years‘ of experience working as an air hostess, after becoming a mum Carrie Bradley couldn’t seem to shake off her love of travel. Now a mother of two, Carrie continues to document her travel journeys on her blog Flying With A Baby. Launched as a way to help other parents learn how they can travel with a baby, to both long and short-haul destinations, the blog continues to provide those in need of travel advice with holiday inspiration, tips, accommodation reviews, and more.
Husband and wife team Stuart and Kirstie run The Family Adventure Project as part of a long–term experiment in doing adventurous things together as a family. The blog is all about the family doing interesting and exciting things together in order to spend time as a family and get active in the world. The driving ethos is a sense of adventure which ties all of their posts together, whether its holiday recommendations or product reviews.
North East Family Fun is an award-winning blog that features the lives and adventures of the Rickelton family as they travel around the North East of England, Europe and occasionally further afield, from Africa to the USA. Originally started as a way to record family memories, the blog now covers a wide range of subjects from good food and the great outdoors to camping and luxury travel.
Jo Addison has always been considered good at planning holidays so after the birth of her sons, the obvious choice was to share her planning and experience with other parents. Kiddieholidays showcases destinations Jo has personally visited or has been recommended as ideal for babies and toddlers, covering mainly UK and European locations.
10. Tots Blog
The Tots Blog is from Tots to Travel. Wanting to take action after her two-year-old son fell into an unenclosed pool while on holiday, Wendy Shand launched Tots to Travel to provide advice and family-friendly holiday bookings for parents. The blog features weekly updates with useful travel tips, insightful travel writing and private villa reviews.
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The fundamentals of working with bloggers are the same as with traditional journalists at traditional media outlets: respect their schedules; take time to read their material to learn their interests; and only contact them if/when they want to be contacted.
Vuelio’s blog ranking methodology takes into consideration social sharing, topic-related content and post frequency. Profiles of these family travel blogs and their authors can be found in the Vuelio Media Database.