E-book Going Somewhere? and taking the kids! Our Journey through South America – 10 Countries in 10 Weeks!
The second book in our DIY travel planning series!
A practical, easy to follow DIY guide to planning your trip with children. This book will show you step by step how to take the mystery out of DIY holidays on a budget around South America.
This book is for people who love to travel and need direction on how to research it, plan it, book it and make a real success of a DIY holiday with their family!
Written by Julie Warner, a travel planning expert who has personally travelled to over 110 countries with her husband and taken their 14 and 16-year-old children to over 50 countries.
Julie takes the mystery out of DIY holidays with your children and shows you step by step how to:
- Plan an affordable family holiday
- Research travel options
- Put together an itinerary
- Book your own airfares, accommodation and tours
- Organise visas and vaccinations
- Successfully pack lightly
- Keep the kids entertained
- Make the most of your days away
If you loved travelling before you had kids and would like to visit South America with your family but just lack the confidence to put it all together, then this is the book for you!
Travelling with kids has never been so easy!
I know many of you are thinking – “10 weeks travelling around South America with two kids (10 and 8 years old) - what were they thinking?” To be honest, I did have my moments of doubt as the itinerary started taking shape about how we would all survive 10-weeks together, especially now the kids were that bit older and much more opinionated!
I also realise that 10-weeks travelling through South America may not be achievable for everyone, nor may it be something that a family would, or could even contemplate – but if there is any way you can manage this at some stage, I would thoroughly recommend it as an extraordinary family experience.
This 10-week journey could easily be split into segments, to do as separate holidays or scaled down by selecting highlights and structuring a shorter itinerary around places that appeal more to your family.