Are you a family traveller with a tale to tell? Bradt seeks true stories about travelling with children to include in a new book!
Calling on parents/grandparents/guardians! Have you a really memorable tale to tell of a trip you’ve taken with children? Perhaps you’ve gone outside your comfort zone by visiting somewhere incredibly off-beat and adventurous as a family. Perhaps your child has saved the day or helped you to engage with a destination in a surprising way. Perhaps a trip has made you view your child in a new light – or, indeed, encouraged them to view you differently. Did the wheels come off the family wagon in spectacular fashion? How did you all deal with the challenge?
Bradt Travel Guides is on the hunt for entertaining, out-of-the-ordinary true stories of family travel for inclusion in a new book – provisionally titled Travelling with Kids – due for publication in autumn 2019. The book will be the latest in Bradt’s series of travel anthologies (To Oldly Go, Roam Alone and Beastly Journeys). If you have a story that's inspiring, amusing, quirky, thrilling or even downright frightening (albeit with a happy ending) this is your chance to see it immortalised in print.
Entry conditions & how to enter
2. Entries must be between 1,000 and 2,000 words in length
3. All entries must be submitted by midnight 14 January 2019.
4. Winning entrants will be notified by the end of April 2019. In addition to their entry being published in the book (together with a short accompanying biography and photo), each entrant will receive a small fee, and 2 free copies of the book.
5. Full terms & conditions are available here: www.bradtguides.com/travelling-with-kids-terms
In partnership with:
BritMums is the UK’s largest network of Parenting Influencers, with 8,000 members across the UK. We organise Influencer trips and cover all kinds of family travel (including the kinds that don’t always go to plan).
Our Tribe Travels is a global community of families who love adventurous travel. Their members love to explore off the beaten track, whether that’s part of a long-term round-the-world trip or micro adventures during annual holidays. Their online hub of shared knowledge helps to make adventurous family travel simpler, more accessible, and allows families to travel more confidently with their children. Their families are based all over the word, from rural Ecuador to bustling Bangkok, and it’s this global footprint that allows them to tap into local knowledge and discover local hidden gems. Follow the tribe on their website and Facebook.