Games For Everyone To Enjoy
When we’re away, our family loves to play card and travel games in the evenings. We’re always on the look-out for the best family games to take on holiday. Revisit our blog post from 2017 with details of the games we like to take on holiday.
It’s quite a challenge to find games that are small enough to pack in our suitcase and engaging enough to keep everyone interested for the full two weeks. So, we were pleased to help out when Thomas Cook asked us to recommend some games their customers might like to take away with them. Read our thoughts – and those of other parenting and travel writers from the blogging community – on the Thomas Cook blog.
Here’s our three recommendations – if you can’t find them locally we’ve included links to Amazon and all are available with Prime.
Best Family Games To Take On Holiday – Sussed
Sussed is a family friendly quiz which challenges you to suss out what your fellow players feel about certain scenarios, both real and imagined. There’s three choices and you need to guess the right one to score. Great for children aged 6+ and the perfect way to see how well you really know your friends and family.
Best Family Games To Take On Holiday – Logo Lite
Logo is one of our all-time favourite board games. This is the Lite or Travel version. We love Logo because it has something for everyone – the kids are up on the more current brands and the adults can help out with the slighter older products.
Best Family Games To Take On Holiday – Sort It Out Mini
Sort It Out Mini – Sort It Out is such a great game. You get given a list of things and have to sort them in a particular order. It’s quite tricky. We find working in adult/child teams is the most fun. I was thrilled to see it is also available in this mini version. I feel this is going to be one of our top games for taking on holiday.
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