The Family Adventure Project is a multi-award winning, lifestyle blog delivering original, high quality editorial, photography and professionally edited video content to people interested in family travel, outdoor and adventure activities and imaginative parenting. Our magazine style website, YouTube and social channels advocate healthy, active family oriented lifestyles and are a good match for brands with similar values. The clear focus and emphasis on high quality content means we can offer businesses a unique opportunity to reach, speak to or promote their products and services to a niche audience, through a well established and authoritative site with a strong narrative, personality and a reputation for quality. Our channels attract loyal followers and regular organic traffic from individuals, families and businesses with an interest in active and adventurous family living.
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The Family Adventure Project is more than just a blog. It's part of a long term experiment in doing adventurous things together as a family. It's all about spending quality time together as a family, doing interesting and exciting things, getting out and about and being active, exploring the world on our doorstep and way, way beyond, challenging ourselves to have fun and learn new things as a family, trying to have an adventure everyday. We try to bring this spirit to our professional work as well as our skills as journalist, photographer, poet, musician and videographer.
We worked with Kirstie from The Family Adventure Project who created 18 blog posts for NextStopLatinAmerica.com covering Ecuador, Chile and Argentina. Kirstie is a delight to work with. She is both professional and creative and her passion for travel shines through in her work and positive attitude towards collaboration. The writing and photography created by Kirstie have been more than satisfactory and give a real insight into the destinations visited, in line with her brief.
What intrigued us about The Family Adventure Project was that they travel as a family with three children. As a family they filled a gap in coverage of the Faroe Islands as a destination and we have been very pleased with our cooperation with them. Their many enthusiastic, sincere and fun blogs about their visit to the Faroe Islands are very valuable in our efforts to create a versatile image of the Faroe Islands as a destination.
We definitely made the right choice in the Family Adventure Project. They regularly delivered content that was consistently engaging, insightful and informative, which helped deliver results well beyond what we expected.