Where To? A Travel Adventure Game Review (Little Passports)

Where To? A Travel Adventure Game
What It Is

Travel the world without leaving home when you play Where To? A Travel Adventure Game. Based on the Little Passports subscription box service that introduces kids to new states and countries each month through different activities, this game features the character guides Sam and Sofia scooting around the world. Players join them and try to be the first to collect five memories in their travel journals.

To start, each player places his or her mover on any Scooter Boost space and takes the matching colored travel journal, plus two Destination cards. Then they take turns rolling the die and moving that number of spaces in any direction on the game board. Scooter Boost spaces give the player who lands on it or passes it the option to roll the die in hopes of getting a 1 or a 6. Doing so means you get to zoom to another Scooter Boost space.

If you land on a Traveler's Luck space, draw a Traveler's Luck card and do what it says. You might get to move ahead, roll again, trade Destination cards with another player, or move back. 

You want to reach one of your destinations, per the Destination cards you have, so that you can add the card to your Travel Journal. Then you get to draw another Destination card. Some of the Destination cards are Celebration cards, and these may be collected and added to the travel journal of any player who reaches the destination first.

Is It Fun?

This will be a fun game that shows kids where other cities and countries are located on a map, as well as information about the sights and cultures of those places. Kids will have fun learning about the places they "visit" and playing the game again and again to travel to different places each time.

Who It’s For

Where To? is for two to four players ages 7 and up.

What To Be Aware Of

The game includes a game board, 50 Destination cards, 30 Traveler's Luck cards, a die, four game pieces, and four travel journals.

  • Fun

  • Repeat Play

  • Assembly & Instructions

    None or Very Easy