By the time our son was born, we had been traveling full-time for nearly three years. We gave up all hope of a nightlife, but we weren’t willing to give up on our travel dreams.
One of our passions is empowering parents to pursue THEIR travel dreams, and bring the kids along, too. Not only can family travel “work,” but it can actually be the most fulfilling style of travel you’ve ever known. There is nothing like seeing the wide world through the eyes of a child. Their experiences and questions center you, and help you focus on what’s most important.
Caspian, our son, is now five years old. He doesn’t know life apart from full-time travel. He’s been 4,000 miles through interior Mexico and the Baja Peninsula, living out of a roof top tent on a Jeep. As of October 2021, he’s driving around the world with us.
No matter the scope of your dreams, we want to inspire you to pursue family travel. There’s no secret formula to success, other than determination and a little bit of planning.
Here’s what it looks like for us.
While overlanding is rapidly growing in notoriety and more families than ever are equipping themselves for overland travel, the number of full-time overlanding families continues to be a small subset.
If I earned $1 for every time someone questioned my parenting philosophy, then I wouldn’t need Patreon. Our son Caspian was born into a life of full-time travel in December
Forget the bag packing, sleeping arrangements, and meal plan. Do you know why you’re getting ready to go overlanding with a toddler? If you don’t know why you’re about to