From cooking classes to standup paddleboarding, there are countless ways to enjoy educational travel adventures. Read on to learn about some of the educational trip options that we offer and to find out which ones are right for you and your family.
The Atacama contains some of the most unique and remarkable landscapes in the world. Because of the expansive terrain, remoteness, and bizarre landforms, you’ll feel as if you’ve been transported to another universe. What will you see on a Chile family adventure to the Atacama? Read on to find our more about this unique location’s must-see attractions.
Even though it feels almost impossible not to get caught up in the sheer expansiveness of Chile’s geography, it’s also important to stay on the lookout for some of this nation’s most unique birds. From penguins to condors, flamingos to rheas, here’s our list of some of the most interesting birds who make Chile their home.
Endless reasons to visit Patagonia with kids exist, from towering, snow-capped peaks to glacial lakes and majestic waterfalls. But what’s one of our personal favorites? A chance to check out Patagonia’s many adorable penguins. Here’s “who” to look for during your next visit.
Have you ever wondered which family travel destinations are best suited to your children based on their ages? While there are no hard and fast rules when it comes to travel with kids of various ages, there are definitely places and experiences better suited to some ages than others. When it comes to travel with […]
Winter comes with many exciting moments including time spent with loved ones savoring the holidays. The start of a new year makes us reflect on cherished memories while looking with hope towards the future. From our children’s next milestones to our future family adventure travels, where will the new year take us? Here are our […]
Interested in visiting Patagonia with kids? Imagine a land of snow-clad granite peaks, turquoise lakes, lush forests, massive glaciers, and exotic wildlife. If you’ve ever longed to visit some of the most pristine wilderness settings in the world and come face-to-face with sublime landscapes that will make you feel completely insignificant, then the Torres del […]
In 2010, my husband and I stepped off the proverbial career-tracked train and traveled with our then one-year-old for six months. We spent two of those months in South America, specifically, in Peru (visiting family), Argentina (drinking wine and checking out some great cities and towns) and Chile (cruising through Patagonia and drinking more wine). […]