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10 Fantastically Fun Family Travel Games to Keep Boredom at Bay!

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For this post, I have pulled together 10 fantastically fun family travel games to keep the boredom at bay. So, whether you are considering a staycation or are looking to travel further afield, then it is always a good idea to have a travel game or two handy. Who knows when the WiFi will go down or when you might encounter a power cut? Plus, isn’t good just to communicate with each other again?

Fun Family Travel Games

10 Fantastically Fun Family Travel Games

For Younger Children

On the Go Bug Chase Game

Mixing the traditional snakes and ladders up a bit is this fantastic On the Go Bug Chase Game from Kikkerland.

Throw the dice and make a race until the end. 2 to 4 players Dimensions: 10.2 x 10.2 x 4 cm. Suitable from 3 years upwards.

GeoMag Glow

Geomag has always been popular in our family. It consists of magnetic rods, steel spheres and interlocking panels to form different constructions.

This set light up at night thanks to the GLOW effect of natural materials that capture and return the sunlight. And you can keep your Geomag Glow on you thanks to the handy storage box.

From 3 years upwards.

For Older Children

Travel Tension from Cheatwell Games

Perfect for travelling as the cards fit neatly into the scoring device, Travel Tension is the grab-and-go naming game for the whole family

A name game, listing 10 of something such as foods that are yellow, this travel version of the popular game comes with the same style of unique scoring device so that there will be no arguments about whether you said that one or not!

For 2 players aged 12 years and over.

Pop Culture Trivia Game

Kikkerland’s pop culture trivia quiz game is the a great card game for dinner parties and is the perfect stocking filler if you’re looking for a gift. With questions such as “In what year was Facebook launched?” and “Which movie did Grace Kelly win her Oscar for Best Actress?”; it’s and ideal quiz game with families that have older children.

For One Player

Katamino Pocket

The full-sized Katamino has been a big hit with our family (especially my mother-in-law!) so it was fabulous to see that there is now a pocket-sized version.

This is an ever-changing puzzle and stimulating brain teaser which uses basic concepts of geometry and develops observational skills. A multi-award winning game suitable for ages 5 years and over.

Magnetic Travel Solitaire

I used to have a fantastic travel version of Solitaire and played it all the time. This is a simple version of an old classic in a perfect travel tin with magnetic pieces. Easy and pocket-sized for on-the-go amusement.

For the Whole Family

Catchphrase Card Game from Ginger Fox

SAY WHAT YOU SEE. It’s easy! Recognise the catchphrase? Shout it out! Enjoy this modern twist on a classic game and is a firm family favourite in our home.

All you need to do to win points is guess the catchphrases correctly. Win extra points with the all new bonus catchphrases. The cards feature optional digital animations, just like on the iconic ITV game show.

For 2 players aged 12 years and over.

Quoridor Mini

A simple strategy game where you race your opponent across the board. To slow and stop them, place fences to create a maze.

Containing high-quality, solid wood components, for 2 or 4 players aged 3 and over.

Cheatwell Games Travel Family Quiz Night

Who doesn’t love a quiz night?! It brings together the whole family and this travel version does just that in one clever go. Plus, it comes in a handy travel pack that you can take anywhere

Each card contains a multiple-choice question for younger players and a more challenging question for adults. The winner if the first player to reach the finish square on the mini playing board. The questions are on a wide range of subjects such as music, films, geography, general knowledge

This travel set includes 4 decks of Quiz Night cards, playing board, playing counters, die and set of rules.

Geomag Supercolour

Yes, that is right! More Geomag! This time though, it is a larger set containing 42 pieces – so more options on objects to build! Suitable from age 3 to 99 years!

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