Check out what one of the families in the Our Whole Village network has to say about their most recent family vacation to Lençóis Maranhenses National Park in northeast Brazil. One thing’s for sure. When it comes to traveling to Brazil with kids, adventures abound.
Just as there’s more to France than the Eiffel Tour, Machu Picchu’s just the beginning when it comes to what to do in Peru. Beyond this ancient monument’s polished, dry-stone walls and classical Inca-style architecture lies a whole world of Peruvian landscapes and cultures to be explored. Check out these awe-inspiring places to visit in Peru with kids.
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.
Visiting the Peruvian Amazon rainforest may not be the first thing that comes to mind when visiting the Land of the Incas. Yet, Peru also boasts lush, verdant jungles. The city of Puerto Maldonado represents one of the main gateways to Peru’s splendid tropical jungles where an unforgettable family adventure awaits you.
From Aji de Gallina to Salchipapas, there’s no end to yummy Peruvian food for kids. What’s more, the Peruvian reliance on local vegetables and fruits translates into nutritious dishes sure to satisfy without causing a sugar rush. Here’s our rundown of the best Peruvian food for kids based on countless family adventures to the Land of the Incas.
Peru’s natural landscapes make it the perfect launching off point for endless adventures. And its ancient Incan sites afford gorgeous views of the region, indigenous villages, and iconic llamas and alpacas. Here’s what you need to know about the nation’s vibrant culture before your next family trip to Peru.
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.
Beautiful, gentle creatures, sea turtles serve an important role in our oceans’ biodiversity. But they face many natural and manmade threats. Fortunately, you can help them with family travel that makes a difference.
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.