kids travel

It’s a story that Carrie Calzaretta’s 14-year-old son, Tyler, will probably tell his kids someday. This summer, the Calzarettas
We had a busy week here in Cotacachi! First up, last Tuesday, we taxied the fifteen miles up to the Coicocha Crater Lake in the Cotacachi Cayapas Ecological reserve and national park.
Make no mistake about it, this transition with a young family is proving to be a difficult one, but the simple joys of our new lifestyle and watching our kids experience the people and culture around them make it all worth it.
The thought of sending your child alone on an airplane can cause anxiety and fear. Busy airports and baggage claims can be daunting to anyone, especially a child traveling alone. But with the help of airlines' unaccompanied minor (UM) programs, a child's visit to a grandparent or summer camp can be a comfortable and easy process.
After working hard for a while, being smart with our money, and investing time into building a strong family, we can now embark on a seven-country, seven-month trip to a new continent. It's time for us to do something we love with the people we love.
You've always imagined, even as a teenager, that most of your days would be spent commuting from the aforementioned suburban paradise to your workplace, so that you could just to come back home and do it all over again the next day.
What we are talking about is maximizing the diminishing opportunities we all have to be together as a multigenerational family in a unique and stimulating setting.
With winter break on our radar (and spring break looming ahead), we rounded up 11 places to take the kids that will blow their minds.
They say the best things in life are free, but the price of having fun on vacation can have a crazy way of adding up. Fortunately, here are six easy ways to save big on your next family vacation.
It may not be as smooth as a business trip, but traveling with toddlers can be less exhausting by making a few adjustments.
Sixty percent of travelers said that what matters most when thinking about a dream trip is to have an authentic experience. We want to show the kids the world, traveling to foreign cities. We want to share the excitement of seeing exotic wildlife. We want to cruise and kick back on a beach, enjoying first-class service all the way. It's easier than you think.