Couple Sold Everything to Travel & Homeschool their 3 Kids | Family World Travel

Meet the Vrapi family, an american family who decided to sell everything – their house, their cars, restaurants they owned – and travel all over the world in a camper van. They talk about the benefits of downsizing your life and of spending much needed time as a family.

Before, Kaleigh and Engjell used to work demanding, full time jobs, running several restaurants and barely seeing their kids in their everyday life. They have experienced the freedom it brings to get rid of a lot of junk and things you don’t really need, and they enjoy life so much more now. Their three kids, ages 11, 6 and 3, are now all home schooled and they often take them to museums, parks etc. to actually see the things they read about in their books.

The Vrapi family are currently traveling through the U.S., after which they will go to Europe and then Asia and Africa afterwards. You can follow their journey through their website:

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Camera gear used to film these videos:
Camera Sony:
Boom mic:    
Iphone 6se:
GoPro Hero:
Macbook Pro:   

Light weight items we use for traveling:
Baby chair:
Bugaboo Stroller:
sun canopy:
Travel bed/tent:
Bath tub:

Music credits:

“Tropicks” – Used with permission from

“Shine” – By Joakim Karud
“Skin & Bones”
“Acoustic Folk Instrumental”

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  1. Storm & Thor Havens
    June 2, 2017

    Awesome ^^ Would love to do the same one day…especially the having a home part

  2. Enrico Gonzales
    June 2, 2017

    The world is our oyster!!! She's so adorable. 🙂

  3. Kitty Bell
    June 2, 2017

    Great vid and awesome family!

  4. Eve M
    June 2, 2017

    Good luck family!

  5. Eudora Evans
    June 2, 2017

    $$$Congratulations on living!

  6. Patty Sternjacob
    June 3, 2017

    How have I not seen you guys on YouTube before?? I live in Polson Montana. You guys had the restaurant in Bigfork right? Will be following you now. What a great family. Maybe you will hook up with the Knorpp family in Europe. They are leaving next mont.

  7. Lakesha Hennry
    June 3, 2017

    your oldest daughter have beautiful eyes like Jesus

  8. annette fournier
    June 3, 2017

    If you hadn't worked like mad and acquired wealth and possessions you would have not been able to do what you are doing now. It takes a small fortune to buy a RV like that, pay for the gas it gulps, have a fund for repairs and then have enough to travel the world and buy another live in van to do it in after the travel expenses of getting to Asia and Europe for five people. You are not lucky. You have worked very hard and are smart. You were able to make a choice and through all the crazy amount of work you can now enjoy life in a way and on a scale few can. Very happy for you and your family. Success has served you well.

  9. YettaBonez
    June 3, 2017

    Your kids are wayyy too cute!! Enjoy your travels guys! Glad that I came upon you today bcuz I think that I'll subscribe to your channel now to keep up on your many wonderful adventures! #MarylandArea

  10. Libby Withnall
    June 3, 2017

    Looks like they are having an awesome adventure. What an amazing life.

  11. YoPoGio
    June 9, 2017

    Good for them!
    Safe travels.

  12. julie cooper
    June 15, 2017

    .Amazing family……this is what life is about…living!!!

  13. CNikalodeon
    July 30, 2017

    дети милашки ) я б так не смогла конечно, но ребята молодцы мне нравится их образ жизни. вышли за рамки и у них получилось !

  14. Growing Up Without Borders
    September 1, 2017

    Wow guys that's great! We'll definitely be following your videos and seeing where you all went.

  15. Trudy Louisa
    October 26, 2017

    Wonderful! Good for your kids at their age now and for you. You might get tired of it one day when the children are older…. maybe. Maybe not. But no worry you all will come up with a different version of “what’s best at this stage in life?” Finding balance is a great creative and very individual process. All the best to you!

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