St. John US VI is a slow moving, family friendly tropical paradise where there is natural beauty and wildlife abound.
Yosemite National Park is 1,169 square miles in size and while most visitors are cramming the Valley during the summer months, there are still many opportunities to enjoy Yosemite without the crowds; you just have to know both when to go and where to go.
If you are looking for a day off the beaten path of Key West, set sail to the Dry Tortugas, a tropical paradise that can take you on both a historical journey and environmental adventure, all in one day.
There’s no better way to usher in the spring then a stroll in a beautiful garden. We’ve found the best gardens to enjoy with kids around the US and Canada!
From famous markets and buildings to top-notch museums and famous waterfront, the Seattle will surely capture your family’s heart. There is so much to do and see, it’s a challenge to pick the best, but we’ve done it. Here are the top 10 things for families to do in Seattle.
Botanical gardens have become a kid-friendly activity for families to explore all year-long. Each season brings something new and exciting in nature and offers wonderful opportunities to learn.
At Orlando, Florida’s Nickelodeon Suites Resorts, you’ll have the SLIME of your life! Onsite, meet your favorite TV characters such as SpongeBob, Dora, and the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles while experiencing the excitement of two Nickelodeon themed interactive water parks and zany poolside activities.
It’s Cruise Week on Trekaroo! Get inside tips on cruises to take, excursions to book, and what to pack – all from a cruising expert!
My definition of cruising changed last year, when my family and I experienced a small ship cruise. Although it lacked a deck-top swimming pool and multiple restaurant options it offered instead the most cultural, beautiful, and exciting vacation my kids and I have ever had. Instead of a floating resort, we had a floating classroom, with ever-changing views.