Travelling with your baby can be a very good family experience, or it can all go awry if you haven’t had things planned out. To minimise unnecessary breaks, try your best to plan your trip around a place where there are aplenty of baby facilities.
Not sure what travelling with your baby entails? Let us break it down for you.
Is the mode of transportation easily accessible for strollers? Do babies have to pay? Is it safe for your little ones? Are there infant seats on the buses or trams? These are some questions you have to think about and consider before buying that plane ticket.
Is it too hot? Is it too cold? Babies are extremely sensitive to extreme temperatures. You don’t want them to develop heat rash or turn blue from the hot or cold.
3. Duration of flight
If you’re travelling with your baby, you might want to choose a nearer destination. That’s because babies don’t do well on flights. The restrictive space and air pressure changes are nightmares even to us, what more babies.
Check the news, make sure that the country you’re travelling to isn’t fraught with crimes or demonstrations or unrest. Vaccines are also an important thing to get for your baby before you travel.