On the go with KidsGo! Travel Guides

Grab the family and hit the road with these perfect pocket-sized travel guides from KidsGo!


I am always on the lookout for ways to make family travel easier, especially when we plan to visit a new place with Little M. What with preparing for the trip, packing our suitcases and getting our carry-on luggage ready, there just doesn’t seem to be much time left to research our travel destination and look for kid-friendly activities. While there are many travel guides available, I have discovered that high-quality guides that are geared towards families are few and far between, which is why I get so excited when I find travel guides that truly stand out. KidsGo! Travel guides are an incredible resource for families looking for guide books for their next vacation. The guides are well-written, beautifully illustrated, geared towards children and packed with handy tips and insider information.


The pocket-sized guidebooks are the perfect size to grab and go. They are targeted to children and allow kids to take an active role in making the most out of their vacation. The guides are available for Phuket, Sydney, Hong Kong, New York, Bali and London. We have the London and Bali guides and I love the colorful pictures and fun design. The books list a wide range of sights, activities, shopping, sports, culture, wildlife and restaurants – there is sure to be something for everyone no matter what your child’s interest. The culture section from the Bali book (“Be a Culture Vulture”) is a great example of this; it lists everything from shadow puppet shows to temples and even ancient rock carvings. The “top sights” and “must-do’s” sections ensure that you won’t miss a thing!


KidsGo! has a wonderful interactive component as well. There are pages at the end of the books for kids to answer questions about their trip, paste in their keepsakes and make their own notes. Families can share their memories and photos from their trips on the KidsGo! website, which means the great stories can continue long after the vacation is over.

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