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The Fine Art of Family Travel: Create a Bucket List

Bucket list (noun, informal): A number of experiences a person hopes to have during their lifetime. Hmmm…does changing 1,000 diapers count? Not today! Learn how to create a bucket list for your family’s travel experiences instead. Yes, including the children. All it takes is a little bit of thinking outside the bucket (get it?). Get...
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Planning a Family Trip to Israel: What You Need to Know

Are you planning your first family trip to Israel? Then you’ll want some Israel travel tips from someone who knows the country inside out. Israel is the size of that state of New Jersey. You can drive from the top to the bottom of the entire country in five to six hours. While it’s a...

Exploring Denali National Park With Kids

With Denali, North America’s highest mountain peak, towering over the vast landscape and abundant wildlife of Denali National Park, it’s no wonder travelers from across the world make Denali a bucket list destination. Most parents who visit Denali National Park with kids either hop on a non-narrated transit bus to explore the park or book...

Packing Tips for Winter Family Holiday Travel

Well, we can't make your Jell-O mold and we won’t help eat that indestructible fruit cake, but we will send you off with some packing tips to help you become a holiday packing guru this year.

Budget Travel Tips: Saving Money on Lodging

It may be easy to book a hotel room, but it’s rarely the most economical. Consider how most families spend a third to half of the cost of their trip on accommodation alone; lodging is one area that you could save big. Check out these budget travel tips to save big time on lodging. Photo by:...

Essential Baby Gear Packing Guide: Packing Baby for Vacation

Let's get to packing baby for vacation. There's no need to bring everything, and we share our best tips on what to bring and what can stay at home!

Planning an Extended Road trip with Kids

So for those looking to brave the pavement this summer with little ones in tow, here are some tips to make the extended road trip with kids smooth sailing.
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Road School: Using a travel journal to make an impact

When we give kids the ability to relate what they experience (see, hear, touch, taste, and smell) with how they feel, we empower them to be empathetic, and think critically. One way to give kids the opportunity to connect with travel is by journaling.
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