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5 Travel Strollers We Love

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Searching for a stroller for your next family vacation? Here, we share our favorite travel strollers for comfort, compactness and convenience.

Written by Amanda Geronikos Norcross

1/5

UPPAbaby G-Luxe

"UPPAbaby G-Luxe is/was our favorite. It has a total flat recline, excellent canopy/sun protection and shoulder strap for easy carrying when folded. The weight limit is 55 pounds and we really maximized its use!" Corinne McDermott, Have Baby Will Travel

Approximate Price: $280
Buy the UPPAbaby G-Luxe
2/5

Maclaren Quest Stroller

"Our favorite is the Maclaren Quest! We got it when my son was 6 months old and it has come with us everywhere; both him and my daughter loved it! It reclines fully, so it's perfect for naps, it has a large enough basket underneath and it folds easily. It has a handy strap, too, to carry it around when closed." -Learning Escapes

Approximate Price: $300
Buy the Maclaren Quest Stroller
3/5

Yippie Yo

"This rugged stroller is perfect for the couple who doesn't want to slow down when they have kids. A cross between a buggy and a hand pulled cart, it can go anywhere and do anything. It was different from anything we'd seen before. And it's a roller coaster ride for a toddler!" - Stuart Wickes, FamilyAdventureProject.org

Approximate Price: 490 Euros
Buy the Yippie Yo
4/5

gb Pockit

"The gb Pockit is in the Guinness Book of World Records for world's smallest fold. It can fit in an airplane overhead bin or under the seat in front of you, so there is no need to gate check a stroller and risk it being lost or damaged." - Leslie Neeland Harvey, Trips With Tykes

Approximate Price: $180
Buy the gb Pockit
5/5

Thule Chariot Cross 2

"We love the Thule Chariot Cross 2. I think it's the ultimate outdoor adventure stroller. It fits two kids, can hold up to 99 pounds, and you can tow it behind a bicycle. There's even a kit that lets you add skis underneath so you can take it out on the snow! Our kids both adored it, and would beg to go out on rides together." - Micki Kosman, The Barefoot Nomad

Approximate Price: $900-$1,000
Buy the Thule Chariot Cross 2



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