Browse the Our Tribe Travels go to websites for planning your ultimate adventure. Pop back soon to find the latest updates.
Are you planning a trip but are unsure of the weather patterns in different parts of the world?
This simple to use website allows you to see the average high and low temperatures and days of rainfall by month. A great starting point for planning a big family trip.
Do you wan tao find a specific travel destination based on specific weather for your travel dates? This interactive map is a great starting point for holiday planning. Add you criteria and view the matching destinations on a world map.
Do you want to have accurate weather at your fingers tips? WeatherBug gives you up to date reports with current weather, forecast by the hour and 10 day predictions. View data, satellite images and videos – a great resource when you’re on a trip and planning your next destination.
Skyscanner compares millions of flights to find the cheapest deals. There is no cost to the user as Skyscanner links you directly with the airline carrier. Hotels and car hire bookings can also be searched and compared.
This brilliant map allows you to search for flights by price for your specific holiday dates. A simple way to search if you are short on time, budget led and flexible with your destination.
Hopper is a mobile app that uses big data to predict and analyse airfares.
Choose your destination and travel dates and Hopper will update you on the current fares and advice you when to book to secure the cheapest deal. It claims to operate with 95% accuracy.
Flying over 860 routes across Europe, easy jet is one of the biggest budget airline groups. Flights are released 9 months in advance and tend to be cheaper the earlier you book. Sign up to their mailing list to be notified of their flash sales.
Norwegian is the sixth largest low-cost carrier in the world and now runs 500 routes to more than 150 destinations in Europe, North Africa, the Middle East, Asia, the Caribbean, South America and the US. A great budget option for those looking for long-haul flights.
Serving over 100 destinations, Air Asia is a reliable, budget carrier operating out of KL. Flights can be securely booked online in advance and the Asean Pass is worth looking at if you plan to take a number of flights within a 60 day period.
Seat Guru gives you the lowdown on the best and worst seats for most major airlines. It also provides detailed information on the facilities onboard and specifies what is included for infants and children, including size and weight restrictions for bassinets, the on-board service options and baggage allowance.
One search allows you to find the fastest, cheapest and best travel options by train, bus and flight to any city, town or village in Europe. This site works best for non air transport as the budget airlines are not partnering with this platform.
The guru of train travel across a lot of the world, Seat Guru searches for train routes using an interactive map. Click on the desired route, view the train timetables, get a guide to the ticket price and read an overview on the facilities you can expect to find on the train. A gem of a website if you’re planning to travel extensively by train.
This easy to navigate guide gives you the lowdown of what facilities you can find within the majority of airports worldwide. The website was set up to give guidance on where you can sleep if you have an extended layover, but it’s perfect for families as it details of children’s play areas, family zones, baby facilities, rest zones, showers / wash facilities, wifi zones and login details.
If you’re planning a road trip in America then this website or app are a fantastic starting point for your adventure. Plan your route, discover places to see on the way, follow previously saved routes from a simple to use database and even get an estimated fuel cost for your planned route.
An aggregated booking site that offers accommodation options for a broad spectrum of property. From small, family run bed and breakfasts to five-star luxury hotels. Their cancellation policies are flexible, making it a good booking platform for families.
Airbnb is a global database of properties that can be rented short to medium term from private landlords. The apartment rentals are often considerably cheaper than a standard hotel – ideal for families. The review system gives you peace of mind and the company is backed by superb customer service.
A simple tuse search engine for booking accommodation. The platform allows for easy filtering of results including family rooms, price, amenities and district. The integrated search map is an easy way to choose accommodation by location.
A global hotel booking site that offers regular discount codes and special offers (receive one night free credit for every ten nights booked). A simple way to make savings for families looking to make multiple hotel bookings.
Search over 33,000 hostels across 170 countries to find budget accommodation on your trip. Simple filters to narrow your search make for easy viewing. Before booking just check that your chosen hostel allows children.
TrackMyTour lets you create an online map and microblog of your travels for friends and family who can follow your adventure. A handy app for families on the move who want to create a visual memory of their trip.
Discover over 10,000 curious places, events and unique travel destinations across the world using this website that operates using surged community content. The simple to use map allows you to search quickly by country.
Currently operating in 23 countries, Zomato gathers information from thousands of restaurants enabling you to search by food type, location etc. Food lovers share their reviews and photos which keeps the information up-to-date.
If the UK is on your travel itinerary then The Outdoor Guide is your one-stop-shop for all things rambling and walking. Use the map to search for family friendly walks and find hotels, pubs and cafes and points of interest along the route.