When it comes to family travel, few destinations outperform Costa Rica. A land of abundant biodiversity and plenty of adventure, it also boasts a rich culture centered around the laid-back “pura vida” lifestyle.
The second largest festival in South America, people from all over the world gather in Peru to watch the Inti Raymi on June 24th. The celebration takes place in the heart of the former Incan Empire, the Sacred Valley and is filled with pageantry, color, and dramatic theatrical depictions.
Ready to get your kids’ summer break started off right? Check out these fun ocean-themed crafts for global kids.
You’ve probably heard of Thailand’s paradisiacal beaches, stunning waterfalls, verdant jungles, and breathtaking national parks. But do you know which cool mammals to watch out for while traveling Thailand with kids?
Kids learn best through hands-on educational experiences. This proves no less true when it comes to exploring global cultures. So, we’ve created this list of fun multicultural crafts to keep little hands busy and little hearts open to new peoples and cultures.
Thailand boasts a rich and vibrant culture steeped in thousands of years of tradition. So, it’s little wonder this nation has contributed to global culture in a variety of ways including spicy, curried cuisine. But there’s much more to this land than just unforgettable eats and treats. What should family travelers know about Thai culture? Check out our guide to this Southeast Asian gem.
One of the New Seven Wonders of the World, Machu Picchu continues to astound and puzzle researchers. From how it was built to why it was abandoned, scientists have barely scratched the surface. Like a good Incan mystery? Get ready to devour these interesting facts about Machu Picchu.
There’s no better way to celebrate multiculturalism with your kids then by creating international crafts inspired by cultures found all over the globe. Get ready for loads of fun with these five around the world crafts that pay tribute to diverse peoples and cultures.
A UNESCO World Heritage site, Angkor Wat continues to surprise and amaze visitors. Not only is it the world’s largest religious complex, but it required more sandstone to build than all of the Egyptian pyramids combined! Ready for more interesting facts about Angkor Wat?
A vast region of more than 2.6 million square miles of dense forests, the Amazon spans across the South American nations of Bolivia, Brazil, Colombia, Ecuador, Guyana, French Guiana, Peru, Suriname, and Venezuela. Encompassing about 40 percent of South America, the Amazon basin approximates the …