20 Best Places to Travel With Your Baby

One of the great things about having children is being able to travel with them to some of your favorite destinations. Many people think that you have to stop travelling when you have children, but that simply isn’t the case. Sure, you might not be able to travel quite as much as you did before – and it might be a bit more work – but great family vacations can still be in your future after you have had children.

The list below includes 20 of the best places to travel with your baby. Hopefully, one or more of these destinations will be a good match for your needs, and you will be able to book your trip right away!

1. The National Park System

Okay – so this isn’t actually one place, but actually a collection of places across the United States. The National Park System includes many of the most beautiful locales in the country, and they are open and accessible to all. Kids tend to love the wild beauty and natural experience of the Parks, and parents love giving their children these memories.

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2. Cruise to Alaska

Most people never get the opportunity to cruise to Alaska, which is a shame. Alaska is a place of incredible wild beauty that has largely been untouched by man. Visiting by cruise is a family-friendly way to travel, as you will be entertained and fed throughout your voyage to and from the largest U.S. state.

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3. Disneyland

You knew this one was coming. Visiting Disneyland is practically a rite of passage for young parents, although you may want to wait long enough for your kids to reach an age where they can enjoy plenty of the attractions.

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