Travelling with an infant can be daunting, but don’t let having a little one in tow curb your wanderlust. The trick to making travel with a tot easier is to have the right gear to allow you to sightsee with ease. To help you prepare for your next vacation, we’ve rounded up three innovative items to help make travelling with a baby easier.

A Travel Stroller

Investing in a lightweight, collapsible stroller is a great option for the family who enjoys travelling. But finding one you can use both on vacation and in your everyday life, is a win-win for any parent.  The BabyZen Yoyo+ is not only one of the most stylish strollers on the market, but it is also designed to go anywhere, it folds and unfolds easily, can be carried like a bag and is one-hand driving, with minimal storage required, it can be taken as cabin luggage.

A Baby Carrier

Whether you’re navigating your way through the airport or wandering through a museum, being able to go hands-free while you’re travelling with a baby will give you the freedom and flexibility in your travel schedule that you desire. The Flow life active wrap is made from a flexible fabric, which shapes to the contours of your body but only stretching in one direction, providing comfort, combined with vertical lift. The lightweight mesh fabric is also extremely travel-friendly as it can be folded or rolled to fit into your suitcase or carry-on bag easier to bring with you on the road.

A Car Seat

A good car seat is not only a great investment for your everyday life but will make going on road trips with little ones easier.  The Maxi Cosi Magellan 5-in-1 Car Seat is a seating system for children from birth to 10 years with an adjustable torso side impact protection with 14-position headrest adjustment. This car seat can be adapted and converted as your child grows to make it the ideal investment for the family that enjoys being on the road.

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