Before you go on holiday, it’s great to read all the tips and tricks of people that travel all the time, making sure you don’t miss anything worth seeing during your time away. This is particularly relevant when it comes to family travel, as those who know best can share their advice on stress-free journeys, fantastic accommodation and fabulous days out with the kids. What was meant to be a five minute sit down with one of your favourite blogger’s new post can soon turn into an afternoon of exploring all of their adventures. We’ve decided to make a list of ten of our favourite, UK-based family travel blogs, that we love to catch up on when we can. Who knows, you might just pick up some tips for your upcoming stay in one of our Wales caravans for sale. Mini Travellers Karen is the brains behind a fantastic family travel blog, and has a self-confessed obsession with travel. Her husband takes fantastic photos of all their adventures, while their three daughters take charge of activities on days out. Mini Travellers have several blog post dedicated to travel in Wales alone, including ‘9 National Trust Days Out with Children in Wales’ and ‘An Ultimate Bucket List’ of activities for if you are holidaying in Wales with the kids. Give her section entitled ‘Travel Tips’ a read before heading to North Wales but be warned, you might find yourself browsing there for a while! Pigeon Pair and Me Pigeon Pair and Me is managed by Nell, a freelance writer and editor, who documents all her travels and adventures along with her hubby and two children. This blog boasts an entire section dedicated to travel in Wales, jam-packed with useful information for anyone wishing to visit the area. Follow them on Instagram for beautiful snaps of all their travels, some of which may even inspire you to make plans of your own. Parentshaped Penny is a multi-award winning blog writer who loves the great outdoors. Her blog follows the journey of her travel-loving family and document holidays, day trips and attractions whenever or wherever they go. For an unrivalled knowledge on all things nature and outdoors, check out the nature section! Penny has also written a piece about why she loves North Wales, perfect inspiration if you’re looking forward to a holiday with Lyons this Autumn. Extraordinary Chaos Sarah is in charge of family travel blog Extraordinary Chaos, and she writes about her adventures with two very sporty and adventurous, preteen and teenage boys. This fun-loving family find themselves in all corners of the UK and offer honest, informative opinions about the places they visit. Her eldest son has type 1 diabetes, so follow her journey on the rollercoaster learning curve that is learning to adjust their lifestyle accordingly. A Modern Mother Susannah is mother to three girls, married to a Scot and a seasoned pro when it comes to family travel blogging. Her ‘That’s Cool’ section is home to plenty of travelling tips and advice for you to learn from, and she too has a section solely dedicated to travel within Wales. Here you can learn about various topics, including learning to fish with the kids and entering a coal mine. Explore her site for humorous, engaging and quality content that will keep you entertained for hours! North East Family Fun Based in the North of the UK, Sam is an energetic, travel-loving mum of three, and her blog documents the adventures her family find themselves on. On her blogs you’ll find a wide range of activities and locations, from camping in their local woods to luxurious accommodation; there’s something everyone can relate to! She also has a category dedicated to ‘Grown Up Escapes’, perfect for if you have some time away from the kids lined up! The Family Adventure Project This adrenaline-fueled blog is centred around adventure, and so unsurprisingly, activities in Wales feature several times within the content. The site has categories dedicated to a plethora of outdoor activities, including biking, climbing, riding and sailing. They also have useful sections with practical information to help you in the planning stages of your holiday, as well a part for philosophy, reminding us of the importance of new experiences. Whatever you decide to read before your holiday to North Wales, we’re sure you’ll find some useful and engaging content to help you along the way.