I created KiddieMundo out of love for family travel, to transform the way parents find kid-friendly activities, accommodations and restaurants – anywhere in the world.
As a parent and long-term expat I noticed how frustrating and time-consuming it was to comb through multiple websites in order to find reliable family-friendly attractions and fun activities for the kids. No matter the destination I kept finding the same cliché top 10 tourist attractions (often not so family-friendly after all) and it was almost impossible to find unique places known only to the locals.
The best suggestions came always from other parents!
KiddieMundo was created by a parent for parents, providing a powerful platform where all moms and dads can easily search and filter through family-friendly attractions in different parts of the world, discover and share favorite kid-friendly places and activities, and exchange tips about family outings.
Who I am?
Gosia Wolfe / Founder of KiddieMundo
I am a former marketing professional, a photographer by passion and a world traveler at heart. I was born in Poland but living in 5 different countries has made me feel like a citizen of the world. I feel home wherever I happen to live because home is always where we plant our hearts.
Since I can remember, traveling was my long-life obsession and I was pleased to share this passion with my kids who have the same drive for adventure I had: they love to explore, learn about new cultures and see new things.
Being an expat mom and a traveler taught me that it’s not always easy to navigate through a cluster of travel websites to identify fun things to see and do with kids. And I observed that most of the time other parents were the best go-to experts who not only know best where to go with children but also share amazing tips nobody else writes about. And here is where the idea of KiddieMundo came from.
I currently live in Mexico City, which is one of the best family-friendly places I’ve ever been, sharing an expat life with my American husband and our 10-year old twins.
Gosia’s travel tip: Don’t be a tourist, blend in and enjoy the day like a local.