9 Family Travel Trends We’re Loving

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Have you had it up to here with cabin fever? So, have we! Fortunately, we’re here to tell you there’s a thrilling future in store for family travelers. And we couldn’t be more excited about what this will mean for your adventuring crew. Whether you’re interested in exploring RV travel, reuniting with grandparents for a multigen vacation, or diving into bucket-list plans, we’ve got the family travel trend for you. Check out these amazing destinations and ideas.

6 Kid-Friendly Activities for an Active Family Adventure

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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.

Family Travel Update: Where to Go in 2021

where to go in 2021

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.

Best Family Vacations: Experiential Family Travel

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Experiential family travel emphasizes present, meaningful, immersive interactions with a country’s traditions, cultures, and values. They are truly transformative experiences that change how we see and interact with the world. When you work with the right supplier, you’ll enjoy experiences that transform the way you think about a vacation with your kids. Not only will these experiences provide you with the opportunity to disconnect from the outside world, but you’ll also enjoy abundant chances to connect with your children while gaining personalized insight into the local communities you visit. Keep reading to learn more about the best way to see the world.

Travel in 2021 and Beyond: Book Your Bubble

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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.

The Dish on Peruvian Food Recipes with Keith Lang of Eat Peru

PERUVIAN FOOD RECIPES

Peruvian food recipes showcase a remarkable diversity of ingredients, including bountiful fresh fish and countless varieties of corn and chilies. And don’t even get us started on Peruvian potatoes! The Eat Peru blog is on a mission to bring the wonders of Peruvian dishes to a broader audience of foodies. Here’s Keith Lang of Eat Peru’s take on what makes Peruvian recipes so delectable.

8 Interesting Facts About Peru

interesting facts about Peru

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.

What to Do in Machu Picchu with Kids

Machu Picchu with kids

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.

Peruvian Culture for Kids: The Q’eswachaka Festival

Peruvian culture for kids

Each June, hundreds of Peruvian families come together for a one-of-a-kind festival near the village of Quehue. About 100 miles from Cusco, Quehue boasts an ancient tradition rooted in the culture of the Inca. Lasting four days, the event includes bridge building, dancing, a feast of local delicacies, and marks a unique way to learn about Peruvian culture for kids. Learn more about the Q’eswachaka Festival and why it helps locals “bridge” the cultural gap to their past.