Whether you choose to swim with whale sharks in Baja, bicycle through the Loire Valley, or get the inside scoop during a sumo wrestling lesson in Japan, an active family adventure should connect you and your family with nature or local culture. It should also lead to the creation of wonderful memories you’ll treasure forever. Here are six kid-friendly ideas for inspiration.
Where to go in 2021? To answer this question, we’ve got new priorities and considerations to bear in mind, from cleanliness to access to local support. Monitoring destinations for changing restrictions and updates will also remain important. Here’s a look at some family adventure travel possibilities your family will love in 2021.
The pandemic has altered the way we live and do business worldwide. The same can be said for travel in 2020, or the lack thereof. As researchers continue to learn more about this virus and travel providers fortify their pandemic defenses, family travel will resume. When you book your bubble and opt for a safe destination that adheres to health and safety protocols, you and your family can adventure with peace of mind.
What do the best family vacation ideas of 2020 include? Plenty of culturally-immersive, experiential travel. Opportunities for kid-friendly, adrenaline-packed activities. And sustainable practices that give back to local communities. Check out 2020’s family adventure hotspots and learn more about family-friendly itineraries to visit each.
Now’s the time to plan your midwinter and spring break family vacations. From the exhilaration of whale watching in Baja, Mexico, to the stunning beauty and monumental history of Peru’s Sacred Valley, here are 6 family-friendly vacation ideas you won’t want to miss.
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.
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.