Kaamna's son Karam went on his first flight at 4 months. By the time he was a year old he had been to 6 countries, and by the age of 2, 12 countries. Kaamna scoured the net to find information on diapers in Japan, driving routes in New Zealand, and child-friendly accommodations in Madrid and found… nothing. Enter Momaboard.
As Karam and Kaamna travel all over the world discovering local treasures and tourist traps, they assess the child-friendliness of restaurants, hotels and cities in general.
All the content you read on the site comes from her personal experience. If it doesn’t, the source will be clearly identified so you know it’s content you can trust. Momaboard is full of general travel tips, information on over 25 cities around the globe, and helps you connect with other gallivanting parents and share your experiences in the forums and reviews section.
Kaamna takes travel seriously because she thinks she is giving her son the most important lessons of his life. Momaboard speaks to this passion and that's what other parents relate to.
Kaamna has been a blogger and online community manager for four years. She has run communities for professional women, leadership experts, Indians, and written blogs on life, celebrities, and a book on new dads.
Kaamna wants other parents and children to experience this liberation from our comfort zones. That's why she started Momaboard.com.
“Two of the greatest gifts we can give our children are roots and wings.”
Connect with Kaamna Bhojwani-Dhawan on SocialMoms.com and on Twitter @momaboard!