Planning a road trip with your toddler requires preparation and planning. You need to take care of your child’s needs. To keep them interested, what can do a better job than toys? Hunting for the best toys for road trips brings up thousands of online search results. That does not help in saving you time or buying the right product. But yes, the list that follows will help you find the proper and useful product as it is an expert-curated list.Read More
The Best Kids Travel Gear (2021 Guide)
All parents have been there – you’re traveling with your toddler or baby and they start fussing for something tucked away into the stroller or diaper bag. It’s crowded, hot, and noisy and you’re having the hardest time finding what you need to calm your child. Maybe you’re trying to put your exhausted toddler into their stroller for a quick nap, but the darn thing won’t unfold fast enough. Buckles are getting caught on things, the joints won’t loosen, and you’re breaking a sweat before noon.
When you don’t have the right equipment to make traveling with kids easier, then it’s hard to find the motivation to ever do it with your family. What’s the quickest, simplest way to make traveling with children easier?
It’s having the right products at-hand.
We’ve worked hard to create this guide which contains our recommendations on the best kids travel gear and accessories for infants, babies and toddlers. Our goal is to make it easier for you to find the best travel gear for your kids such as the best travel stroller for kids, best travel car seat for toddlers or the best airplane harness. We have several categories that we’ve broken down below.
Best Travel Stroller for Kids
Best Travel Car Seat for Infants and Toddlers
Parent-Approved: The Best Car Seats for Infants
Parent-Approved: The Best Car Seats for Toddlers (front facing, 18+ months)
Parent-Approved: The 10 Best Car Seat Bags
IMMI-GO: Our recommendation for Best Travel Car Seat
Best Airplane Harness
Best Travel Gifts For Kids
Best Travel Credit Cards
Best Travel Cellphone Providers
So you have finally decided to put on your travel shoes and explore the world. But do you have any idea about the baby road trip essentials you need to bring so the little one can stay as comfortable as possible on the road with you?
You might have been traveling for years, but your baby is just taking his or her first steps into the world. It is important to ensure that you have all the little one’s basic needs with you when traveling. This is why we are certain you can make use of this ultimate road trip with a toddler checklist to anticipate what might come in handy on the road. Go ahead and have a look!Read More
For some parents (and probably a lot of non-parents, too), the very idea can seem harrowing. Actually, though, a plane trip with a toddler can be surprisingly smooth and pleasant, so long as you make the right preparations. Part of that includes investing in the right gear to keep everyone safe and comfy. First on the list? The proper airplane harness. We found one that worked great, and that we’re happy to recommend—but more on that in a minute.Read More
Our favorite thing about traveling with an infant is we could go practically anywhere with our son and he’d sleep. Dining out? A piece of cake as he would fall asleep in his car seat en route and then could sleep through the noise of a restaurant with the greatest of ease. And, when it comes to staying in a hotel, there is no need for an extra bed. All you need is a travel bassinet.
Before companies catered to babies, older travelers, so we have been told, would remove a drawer from the hotel dresser, pad it with a blanket and use it as a bassinet. Today, we have lots of travel bassinets that are safe, comfortable, and easy to carry.Read More
Traveling with a toddler for months on end meant we seriously researched portable beds and travel cribs to keep Aarav safe and sound as he slept in various hotels and Airbnbs. Our choice was the Lotus Guava, which you can read all about in our best travel crib recommendation, but there were some runner ups that may be the right fit for you. All of the following travel cribs are lightweight, pack up and travel well, and are relatively easy to set up. Most, however, are not made for babies under a year old; for that, you’ll want to review our list of best travel bassinets and baby beds.Read More
We spent hours researching car seats for our children to make sure they are safe and secure in our cars, yet when we hit the road, we discover our enormous “tanks” of car seats are difficult to carry, hard to install and can get damaged during transit. So, how do we keep our children safe when we are taking taxis or tours and riding on a plane? Bring on the lightweight car seats that keep our kids secure but are lightweight and easy to install.Read More
Traveling with infants requires a good travel car seat that can travel with you. Not only will you want and need a seat that keeps your baby secure when riding in taxis or on car-led private tours, the seats can also keep your infant safe in their own seat on an airplane. We reviewed the best travel car seats for infants that are lightweight, travel well, and are relatively easy to set up. These are for infants up to age 18 months. They all weigh less than 22 pounds and convert from a rear- to front-facing seat. If traveling with older children, you’ll want to review our list of parent-approved car seats and boosters for toddlers.
Read any of our blogs and you know we love to walk to get to know foreign cities. With a toddler, this requires a great travel stroller. Typical strollers can be big and bulky, which makes them difficult to manage when on the road — they have to be checked at the airport, they take up a lot of space in a trunk, a hotel room or a cruise cabin, and they are often too big to manage in crowded museums and attractions.
This is why a good travel stroller is necessary when taking a long trip, particularly umbrella strollers that are lightweight, compact and fold easily. The following collection of best travel strollers are low in weight and can travel well. Better yet, these strollers have high marks from parents who actually used them on trips.Read More
Through our years of traveling, we’ve discovered that it’s easier to tote a backpack than drag roller bags through airports, on escalators, and down cobblestone streets. We love traveling with backpacks, and we think you will, too. If you have a toddler or infant then obviously you’ll have to tote a lot of their baggage. But if your child is older, there’s no reason why they can’t carry all their travel supplies on their own. That’s why we’ve come up with this list of the best travel backpacks for kids and toddlers.Read More
Children are interesting little creatures. Ask them to sit somewhere and nine times out of ten, they’ll be up and running around within seconds. Ask them to walk, and suddenly, they’re too tired. If you’re traveling with children, you know that a stroller is essential. If you have more than one child, a double stroller is a good idea. Sometimes, parents choose a single stroller and intend for the older child to walk while the younger child rides. However, most parents end up having to carry the toddler. That’s why a double stroller is a great idea for parents of multiples. With so many options on the market, deciding on the best stroller for your little ones can be tough. That’s why we’ve done the leg work and come up with the ten best double strollers for travel to help you make the most suitable choice.Read More