REVIEW: Geo Journey Subscription Box

Pack your suitcase and set off on an exciting journey around the world with subscription boxes from Geo Journey. You start off with an explorer kit with suitcase, travel journal, passport, map and activities – this is what were sent.

A personalised letter to your child from Geo the owl and his best friend Atlas the puppy. The friends will join your child on a world adventure and every country pack includes a fact filled letter from them, telling your child all about their travels. The mini suitcase is beautifully made, strong and with a patterned fabric cover. The metal fastenings are good quality and this is the perfect way to store all the goodies that will arrive month by month. The world map is a good size and perfect to display on your child’s bedroom wall so they can trace their journeys around the world; there’s plenty of information on it too. The passport can be personalised for your child, and the travel journal has lots of space for sticking in the stickers and for your child to include their own information. Also included is a luggage label, photograph and fact card. First stop on the journey is the UK – Geo and Atlas come from York.

After the initial pack, you will receive exciting monthly packages through the post addressed to your child – please note that subscriptions can only be started in January, and there are 12 country packs, with the initial pack arriving beforehand. Each one is packed with creative fun and an exciting souvenir. Contents include a personalised fact filled letter, two photos, a fact postcard, a sheet of colourful stickers, an activity booklet, a travel ticket on a string and a souvenir such as a boomerang from Australia or clogs from Holland. The Geo Journey 12 Month Subscription single payment is £175.00, or pay monthly at £12 a month following a payment of £35 for the initial box. The boxes can be purchased individually for £14.

All the contents are attractively designed, really well made and well thought out. This will make a lovely gift for a child, giving them year-round pleasure rather than a one-off gift. Children will really engage with the boxes, stimulating an interest in geography. Visit Geo Journey, find out more and set up your subscription.

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