Between our work schedules, getting the kids to and from school, and extracurricular activities, there’s hardly room for family time. Busyness has taken over our lives. In many ways, it most directly impacts parents. Let’s explore steps you can take to lighten your load and reduce your stress.
Visiting Argentina with kids will allow you to gain new experiential insights into one of the most beautiful places on the planet. From the Andes mountains to icy glaciers and pastoral grasslands, you’ll be amazed by the landscape diversity, and that’s not to mention the exotic animals and plants that call this lovely nation home. Ready to find out more? Check out our ultimate guide that will help you plan an unforgettable family adventure.
Whether you’re looking for mighty and surreal landscapes, an authentic glimpse into history, or exotic wildlife, Argentina’s got it all. From the towering Andes to the monstrous glaciers of Patagonia, the chic sophistication of Buenos Aires to the rustic charms of the Pampas, prepare to be amazed. Ready to learn more about this fascinating South American nation? Check out these 8 interesting facts about Argentina.
Peru contains stunning natural beauty, from remote deserts to high-elevation lakes and prime Amazon rainforest. Its rich and varied history has resulted in archaeological treasures like Machu Picchu. And its food is arguably among the very best in the world, founded in agricultural practices unchanged for the past 2,000 years. Keep reading for more interesting facts about Peru.
Argentina prides itself on a handful of iconic foods and beverages: asado, dulce de leche, mate, and Malbec. While you can find them in other South American nations, too, Argentina food culture has made them integral parts of its national identity. Are you ready to explore Argentina’s culture and identity through some of its most popular dishes and drinks? Let’s go!
Argentina culture is vibrant and richly influenced by the immigrants who made it their home, particularly in the 19th century. As a result, you’ll find stunning examples of European architecture throughout the capital. You’ll also find dance halls and streets that come to life in the evenings with passionate Argentine Tango. Or take a trip to the Pampas where you can watch gauchos work the land. Keep reading to find out more.
What kind of food do they eat in Mexico? The answer to this question depends on the region. For example, tasty Baja Mexican cuisine reflects the peninsula’s history, geography, and cultural diversity. From machaca con huevos to Baja Med cuisine and Chinese fusion dishes, there’s a wealth of variety to explore along the Baja California peninsula. Don’t miss out on these seven dishes and types of cuisine on a family trip to Mexico.
Did you know that Mexico’s Baja Peninsula measures nearly as long as the entire West Coast of the United States? From Todos Santos to La Paz, Baja remains among Mexico’s great family vacation destinations. What to do in Baja on a family vacation? Kid-friendly activities prove plentiful, including swimming with whale sharks in the bay, learning more about gray whales at the atmospheric Museo de la Ballena in La Paz, and lending sea turtles a helping hand at the hatchery in Todos Santos. Let’s go!
From a magical canoe ride through the Brazilian Amazon to an exploration of the sights and sounds of a Thai floating market, these six destinations come with unique activities sure to keep everyone engaged. So, let’s go!
Located in the Sacred Valley in Peru, Machu Picchu rises nearly 8,000 feet above sea level. In 2007, it was voted one of the Seven Wonders of the Modern World. Not bad for a 570-year old city! Shrouded in clouds and mystery, the panoramic views of this “Lost City” will stay with your family a lifetime. Read on to learn more about visiting Machu Picchu with kids.