Travel packs for kids can be quite easy and cheap to make, but you do need to have the time, imagination and confidence to pull it together. And so, if you’d rather someone else take the stress out of it, try one of these ready-made travel packs for kids.
Kids Travel Packs
1. Play’n Pack
Play’n Pack. £24.95
Without a doubt, the Olli Ella Play’n Pack is one of the most stylish travel packs for kids. Described as a bag full of travel fun for little adventurers, there are four to choose from; Forest, Jungle, City and Fairy Tale.
Packed in a beautiful keepsake drawstring bag that’s perfect for little ones, they contain two metres of Playpa roll (essentially a roll of colouring and drawing opportunities), a pack of 103 gorgeous stickers, six non-toxic crayons, a wooden toy and beautiful alphabet cards.
KeepEmQuiet Travel Pack. Short trip: £13.99 | Medium trip: £16.99 | Long trip: £19.99
These guys say they make travelling with kids a breeze. Yep, it’s a bold statement, so what’s included in their travel pack?
Well, they have a whole range of travel packs for kids based on age, gender and the length of the trip. Once you’ve selected your criteria, they’re hand-picked by mums and dads, so it’s effectively a lucky dip. Your selection may include stickers, non-toxic crayons, educational toys, puzzles, crafts and healthy snacks.
All items are presented in a child-friendly rucksack.
3. Kids Travel Packs from Little Passports
Little Passports. From $14.95
These travel packs are available as a monthly subscription, so if you’re a frequent family traveller this could be a good option. You can also opt for a one-off discovery pack.
Presented in an adorable little suitcase, the Explorers Kit includes a passport, world map, a country coin and coin board to store it (and others), three animal squishies, a welcome letter from pen pals, stickers, photo and activity sheet. Others include country souvenirs, whilst the premium option includes worldly books.
You can score a Little Passports discount using EXPLORE for $20 off any 12-month subscription.
4. Time Out Bags
Time Out Bags. From £9.99.
The kid’s travel pack with this brand is called the Grab & Go Holiday Activity Pack. However, you’ll find other packs tailored to ages and occasions.
The Grab & Go Holiday Activity Pack includes an engraving scratch art set, a magic set, an arty activity, aqua beads, colours and a building set.
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5. Travel Activity Packs from Travel Karma
Travel Karma. Classic: $29. Long-Haul: $39. Refills: $27.95
These travel activity packs arrive in a small, cute suitcase. The classic pack includes a postcard, stickers, pencils, a world map, play money, craft items and activity booklet.
The jumbo pack includes board games, a travel journal, and the classic pack items. Items are grouped into four zip-lock bags to encourage longevity of the fun.
You can score a Travel Karma discount of 20% if you’re a new customer – look out for the pop-up.
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6. Really Fun Travel Activity
Really Fun Travel Activity. From £3.
Essentially just a bumper activity book, there are three to choose from; ages 5-7, 7-9 and 9-11.
The 64-pages are full of pictures to colour, mazes, puzzles and facts, with the intention of developing concentration, imagination and problem solving skills.
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7. Baby Travel Packs
Hoppi. From $66.
Planning to travel with your newborn? This could be a great option. Receive a box of four or five toys that are developmentally appropriate for key milestones in your baby’s first years. It’s essentially a subscription, so a new box arrives every three months.