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Day trip to Abu Simbel with kids - blog post

Day trip to Abu Simbel with kids

Although it will take you some time to get to Abu Simbel. It’s a definite must-see when your road tripping through Egypt with kids. It’s a beautiful and well preserved temple complex. And the temple of Ramses II is the largest one built in ancient Nubia. You won’t regret taking the fam on a day trip to Abu Simbel!

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10 things to do in aswan with kids - blog post

10 things to do in Aswan with kids

Aswan is known for its interesting mix of Egyptian and Nubian cultures and laidback atmosphere. When on a family road trip through Egypt with kids, this city should definitely be part of your itinerary. There are lots of fun things to do in Aswan with kids, like exploring temples, soak up some Nubian culture and you can also start your Nile river cruise to Luxor here.

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10 things to do in Luxor with kids - blog post

10 things to do in Luxor with kids

In Luxor, you and your kids get to explore beautifully decorated temples with columns so big and high, it’ll make you feel like an ant. There’s so much to see an do here that children will love, like exploring Karnak temple and the Valley of the Kings or a hot air balloon ride excursion over the city.

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Egypt Nile cruise with kids - blog post

Nile Cruise with kids

Going on an Upper Egypt Nile Cruise as a family is an unforgettable experience! It’s also easier and cheaper than visiting all the temples on your own, booking separate stays. On top of that you’ll get to enjoy the lush green shores and take a breather from the chaos of Egyptian cities.

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10 things to do in Cairo with kids - blog post

10 things to do in Cairo with kids

There are so many interesting and fun things to do in Cairo with kids that it’s almost an insult to just name 10. See this list as a starting point for your family trip to Cairo. Of course you have to visit the pyramids of Giza, the Egyptian Museum and the most famous bazaar in the world. But don’t forget to wander around old and downtown Cairo, Islamic Cairo and Coptic Cairo.

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Ultimate Road Trip Guide: Egypt - blog post

Ultimate Road Trip Guide: Egypt

Egypt is a country high on many families bucket list as its a cradle of civilization, filled with ancient wonders. Egypt is a destination you’ll never forget, leaving you wanting more! That’s why I’ve written this ultimate family road trip guide: Egypt.

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Iceland's Diamond Circle with kids - blog post

Iceland's Diamond Circle with kids

The northeast is one of Iceland’s most memorable regions. Specifically the magnificent 260km circuit known as the Diamond Circle. With birds flying over wetlands, Iceland’s most powerful waterfall and bubbling hot springs the Diamond Circle is a definite must for families traveling with kids!

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10 things to do in Reykjavik with kids - blog post

10 things to do in Reykjavik with kids

Reykjavik is Iceland’s capital city and is most likely the city where you start and end your ultimate family road trip through Iceland.

There’s lots to do for families with kids of all ages. Lots of playgrounds, pools, parks and museums to keep you entertained. Great food like hot dogs, ice cream (even in winter) and sea food. Amazing architecture and last but not least it offers you the chance to spot whales, puffins and if you’re lucky even orca’s.

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10 most beautiful waterfalls in Iceland with kids - blog post

10 most beautiful waterfalls in Iceland with kids

Iceland has one of the highest concentration of waterfalls in the world. This small European country keeps drawing families back. If you’ve road tripped through Iceland once, you want to come back. Lots of people come back to check out more waterfalls. High time for a list of the 10 most beautiful waterfalls in Iceland to visit with kids!

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Iceland's Golden Circle with kids

Iceland's Golden Circle with kids

When visiting Iceland, most parents opt to take their children self drive along the Ring Route. If you don’t have the time to explore the entire country, there are some great alternative road trips. One of the most popular tourist routes is the Golden Circle route. A classic road trip that starts and ends in capital Reykjavik.

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