1. Family travel snap: learning about Vikings and cinnamon buns in Oslo

    This month’s family travel snap takes us to Oslo with Orla Thomas, features editor of Lonely Planet Magazine, and her six-year-old son Henry.

  2. Family travel snap: visiting the famous Salar de Uyuni in Bolivia

    The month’s family travel snap takes us to the Salar de Uynui in Bolivia with family travel blogger Karen Edwards and her family.

  3. Family travel snap: escaping the Spanish heat with a day trip to Tarragona

    Our monthly family travel snap features our Product Editor Claire Naylor who visited Tarragona in Catalonia, Spain with her family.

  4. Family travel snap: swimming in LEGO® in Denmark

    For our family travel snap this month we chat to family travel blogger Karen Akpan who runs Black Kids Do Travel…

  5. Family travel snap: taking to the water in Venice

    Our monthly family travel snap takes us to the watery streets of Venice with Lonely Planet Magazine editor Peter Grunert and his family.

  6. Family travel snap: snorkelling the Great Barrier Reef

    This month our family travel snap takes us snorkelling on the Great Barrier Reef with our Pathfinder Erin Holmes of explorewitherin.com and her two kids.

  7. LP Kids in the wild guidelines: how to feature in our fan photo albums

    Clear guidelines and useful tips for how to submit a fan photo for the Lonely Planet Kids in the Wild photo album on Facebook.

  8. Family travel snap: a poo safari in South Africa

    Lonely Planet writer Lucy Corne and her family learn all about animal poo on a very special birthday safari in the Kruger National Park, South Africa.

  9. Family travel snap: visiting the Taj Mahal

    This month’s family travel snap has tips and recommendations from Lonely Planet writer Lorna Parkes for visiting the Taj Mahal with young children.

  10. Family travel snap: hiking in the Himalayas

    Inspiration and advice from our Pathfinders TraveLynn Family on how to tackle the Poon Hill trek in the Nepalese Himalayas with young children.