Destination Guides


From India and Sri Lanka to Guatemala, Mexico, England and more, we love to travel the world with our kids!






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Hotel Reviews


Our favourite family-friendly hotels.





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Family Travel Blog


Family travel tales, tips, ideas and more!



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Welcome to globetotting! 

We are a family of five who love to travel. We’ve recently returned to the UK after nearly 12 years living abroad (in Australia, India and Mexico) and are rediscovering our love of London and the U.K. globetotting was created for families who love adventure and, through family travel tales, destination guides, itinerary suggestions, travel gear reviews and more, we hope to inspire and inform families looking to travel the world together. Read more about us.

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How safe is it to travel in the Philippines? Manila resident, Philippa Langrish, to shares her views and safety tips on travelling in The Philippines with Kids.

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