15 Family Travel Bloggers to Follow on Facebook

As a family travel blogger I take an interest in other family travel bloggers too!  There are some fabulous blogs out there to follow covering the whole gamut of family travel from luxury to budget, and theme parks to outdoor adventures.  Take a look at this magnificent list!


Our Bucket List Lives

Suzy’s website is based on their family travel bucket list. It focuses on days out, short breaks with or without their caravan. Plus plenty of Disney and Universal posts with guides for visiting the parks and more. They are undertaking a #80dayschallenge this year where they aim to have at least 80 days out in one year. Their Facebook page brings daily bucket list ideas, day out round ups and great offers on days out across the UK.  You can see their Facebook page here.


The Life of Spicers

The Life Of Spicers focuses on Disney World holidays and family travel. After multiple visit to Disney World, Angela shares her travel tips, restaurant reviews and plenty more. Closer to home in the UK, Angela and her family spend time exploring the south west of England. You can see their Facebook page here.


Wyld Family Travel

Our website focuses on affordable travel. Affordable destinations, affordable attractions for all games. On our Facebook page you will find a good mix of self promotion, images and discussion points that everyone can have there say on.  You can see their Facebook page here.


Wanderlust and Wetwipes

Wanderlust and Wet Wipes is a brutally honest blog documenting everything from how to deal with picky eaters when travelling to destination specific travel guides. Their Facebook page is more like a community group with regular updates throughout the day. You’ll get updates to old and new posts, destination inspiration, links to interesting posts by fellow bloggers and photos.  You can see their Facebook page here.


Travels With My Boys

Sam’s website is based on their family travel adventures. Exploring mostly Europe at the moment, she covers as many aspects of family travel to help families with the minefield of travelling with kids. From days out, destination reports to food allergies, Travels With My Boys has your back covered. The Facebook page is mainly for sharing old and new posts from their website, photos of family travel/destinations and other bloggers experiences which Sam feels her readers would find useful.  You can see their Facebook page here.


Pack the PJs

PackThePJs concentrates on family holidays that their children enjoy – so the young teen market rather than babies and younger children. They travel during school holidays, and because of this tend to head to popular places off season, or go off the beaten track and head to ‘not yet discovered’ places, so the content is very varied. Visiting brand new resorts is a favourite vacation too! They also cover pet-friendly travel, and the very niche ‘pet-and-child-friendly’ market! You can see their Facebook page here.


Passports and Adventures

Catherine’s blog focuses on family travel with the little ones. Through sharing their own travels with their young son, they hope to inspire families with young children to ditch the fear and get travelling with them. They travel both within Europe and further afield, sharing those adventures on the blog, and they also share hints and tips they’ve learned through experience. On her Facebook page you’ll find a mixture of Cath’s own blog posts, lighthearted general posts and posts from other family travel bloggers which Cath thinks her readers and followers will also enjoy.  You can see their Facebook page here.


Go Live Young

Go Live Young focuses on family adventure travel. In 2016/17 this family of five travelled around the world for nine months, leaving work, school and ‘normal’ life behind. Now settled back in the UK and travelling during the school holidays they hope to inspire other families to travel the world. Their blog covers everything from trekking with Komodo Dragons and exploring the Lost City of Petra, to visiting the mystical Himalayan country of Bhutan and road tripping along the Garden Route in South Africa. You can see their Facebook page here.


Juggling on Roller Skates

Juggling on Rollerskates follows the adventures of Zoe Holland and her family. Huge fans of adventure and the outdoors the Holland family are huge fans of camping, glamping and making the most of the British countryside. This year the family have adventures planned to the Isle of Wight, Snowdonia and Majorca. Follow their news on Facebook at Jugglingonrollerskates – Family Adventure Travel