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Take your vacation to the next level with your little ones. Explore the Blue Heart of Europe in Greece and Albania at Vjosa - Aoos River. Aoos with his association with Voidomatis, followed by a quieter course 2nd degree route. Amazing route for kids! Take them along.


Get the meaning of life, Discover new destinations

Nestos river is a very calm and easy river and is suitable for all ages. The drive is a blast! You will have a lot of time to observe the surroundings, the birds, the mountains, the dropped trees.

Have a taste

No more time for spending every weekend skiing?

Discovered new destinations for your family adventure and you don't know if it worths buying all this gear for your little ones? We are here for you!

Rent Kids Gear

KidKit in a nutshell

Actually KidKit is a children’s clothing rental service for the holiday period. KidKit allows families to travel without luggage for their children. Parents who use KidKit will enjoy “luggage-less” travel, thus saving time packing and checking bags at the airport. Once your trip is over, there are no dirty clothes to launder. KidKit takes care of that for you too. KidKit relieves unnecessary stress because it eliminates the risk of losing luggage at the airport because your clothes are waiting at your destination.

Luggage Freedom

Today's offer!

Try out a different Weekend escape

Join our movement towards sustainability by deciding to use quality gear for your children instead of disposable clothes. Enjoy an alternative weekend with KidKit. Try out the rafting kit for 30 euros instead of 50 euros for a weekend.


    About Us

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    Chrysanthi Polyzoni/ Business Development KidKit

    Chrysanthi has matured ten-year-experience as an environmental resercher and is now developping KidKit project so as to join forces towards a transition to circular economy.


    Millions Tons of fibers for the production of clothes


    Percent Loss of Material during production


    Tons of non-biodegradable Microfibers in the Ocean every two years


    Percent of clothes end in landfill


    Causes We Care About

    Engage With UN's Sustainable Development Goals

    End extreme poverty. Fight inequality and injustice. Fix climate change. Whoa. The Sustainable Development Goals are important, world-changing objectives that will require cooperation among governments, international organizations and world leaders. It seems impossible that the average person can make an impact. Should you just give up? No! Change starts with you. Seriously. Every human on earth—even the most indifferent, laziest person among us—is part of the solution. Fortunately, there are some super easy things we can adopt into our routines that, if we all do it, will make a big difference.

    Sustainable Development Goals

    Fight against microplastics Pollution

    Microplastics are small plastic pieces less than five millimeters long which can be harmful to our ocean and aquatic life.Microplastics come from a variety of sources, including from larger plastic debris that degrades into smaller and smaller pieces. In addition, microbeads, a type of microplastic, are very tiny pieces of manufactured polyethylene plastic that are added as exfoliants to health and beauty products, such as some cleansers and toothpastes. These tiny particles easily pass through water filtration systems and end up in the ocean and Great Lakes, posing a potential threat to aquatic life.

    Reduse Clothing, apparel and textlile waste

    The main benefit of textile recycling activities is the opportunity to reuse clothing. Through the reuse of clothes and textiles, we can avoid pollution and energy-intensive production of new clothing. Additionally, clothing that cannot be reused may be repurposed into such products as rags or recycled into fabric or other material for reprocessing. As Greenpeace cautioned in a 2016 press release, however, the "technological challenges mean full recycling of clothing into new fibers is still far from commercially viable." Even the recovery and sales of used clothing has been a controversial topic, especially for export to developing nations.


    >We envision educating next generations, over the circular economy framework. With an emphasis on learning by applying important concepts on circularity, we want to support circular economy education and the systems thinking required to accelerate a transition.

    Engage with Sendai Framework for Disaster Risk Reduction

    Similar to our mission for advancing a circular economy culture and responsible use of resources, we also want to engage people with developing a collective understanding to Disaster Risk Reduction considering Climate Change Impact.

    Sendai Framework for Disaster Risk Reduction


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