Every parent knows that the right type of family vacation depends on the age of the children. This Web Guide to Family-Friendly Travel can help make family travel decisions easy. For resources and information on where to go and what to do with babies, toddlers, school-age kids and teens; for gear and services to make the going (and returning) easier; and for family vacation planning tips and tricks on how to navigate all types of travel with your kids, use this Web Guide to the world of family-friendly travel.
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Family travel raises concerns about keeping the kids safe. Whether it's securely buckling car seats, making sure roads are clear, or having proper international travel identification, you've got a lot to think about. Use the Web sites below to ease your mind.
- Traveling off the beaten path is exciting, but if you're going abroad, especially if you're visiting Third World countries, be sure you have taken all the necessary health precautions. Be up-to-date with vaccinations, and prepare any gear and supplies you may need for your family.
- Be sure everyone is up to date on vaccinations and you're aware of possible allergies in an unfamiliar environment. Bring along extra prescription medications, too, if you need them.
- The Web is a great tool for the latest, most up-to-date information on everything from gear recalls to travel advisories. Use it to your advantage.