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5 Tips for Traveling with Kids

March 28, 2016
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5 Tips for Traveling with Kids
5 Tips for Traveling with Kids Zach Stovall

Think taking your family to the Caribbean is a lot of work? You’re not wrong, but that doesn’t mean you can’t pull it off. With a little strategy and planning, jet-setting with the whole fam isn’t only doable, you might just have fun.

1. “If you couldn’t reserve a seat next to your kids when booking a flight, ask at the airport (or the day before) if adjacent seats have opened after elite fliers move up and seats become available.” – George Hobica, founder of airfarewatchdog.com

2. “To eliminate airport hassles, sign up for Clear, a TSA-approved way to skip security lines at 13 airpots, including Miami International and George Bush International, both Caribbean hubs.” – Amy Norman, CEO of Little Passports

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3. “Download some parent-friendly apps pronto. GateGuru shows amenities at over 100 airport terminals, and Pack & Go is an app with age-group-specific packing lists.” – Sasha Emmons, editor-in-chief of Today’s Parent

4. “Pack the kids’ swimsuits in your carry-on. If you arrive at the hotel before check-in or if it’s a while before the bellman brings your bags, your kids can jump right in the pool.” – Wendy Perrin, TripAdvisor Travel Advocate

5. “It’s easy to lose track of time by the water, so buy a suntan timer for your kids, like Sunfriend, a waterproof wristband that will alert you when it’s time to reapply that SPF.” – Jason Cochran, editor-in-chief of frommers.com

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