This website is made possible by passionate travel writers and families who have lived in the Middle East or travelled the region extensively and wish to share their joy and passion.
Keri Hedrick – Editor
Keri is the founder and editor of Family Travel in the Middle East.
An Aussie/British expat living in Abu Dhabi, UAE, she has explored the region extensively with her husband, three children and camera in hand.
Documenting their adventures, digging beneath the surface and connecting travellers, she shares her personal adventures at Our Globetrotters.
Keri’s most recent posts:
- Exciting Things to do in Ras Al Khaimah with Kids
- Beginners guide to attending the Al Dhafra Camel Festival
- The perfect 7-day Egypt Itinerary
Lynette Fortey-Burnett – Contributing Writer
Lynette grew up in the UK and has travelled extensively in Europe and Asia. A Classical Archaeologist by training, Lynette has worked in Museum Curatorship and Education and in a variety of teaching roles before turning to writing. She is a firm believer in travel as a learning experience and seeks out educational opportunities in the most unusual of places.
She now lives in Abu Dhabi with her husband and two young children.
Lynette’s most recent posts:
Shea Wittig – Contributing Writer
A sustainable professional, eco-writer and global citizen with a relentless wanderlust spirit. Shea has lived in Australia, England and the Middle East and her love for travelling to new and exotic locations has fueled her dedication to share ways to live and travel more sustainably.
She is most happy when exploring the wonders of the world with her young family, supporting businesses with an ethical ethos and treating herself to the odd piece of chocolate (Fair Trade, of course!).
You can connect with Shea at her personal blog Conversations with My Sister.
Shea’s most recent posts:
Would you like to contribute to Family Travel in the Middle East?
We are looking for storytellers from all backgrounds – writers, bloggers, photographers – please see more information here on how we look to collaborate.