Three essentials every parent should pack when flying with toddlers

Ah, flying with toddlers...when you’re somewhere that you don’t want to be seen as ‘that parent,’ that’s when your child wants to act up. You know, that look of how people look at you like you can’t control your child when they have a tantrum. It’s … [Read more...]

Things to consider when planning a kid-friendly family reunion

Family reunions are great ways for families to come together and reconnect. It allows you to spend time with family members that you haven’t seen in a long time, and it allows you to meet, and get to know new members of the family. The important … [Read more...]

10 kid-friendly activities in the Philippines

If you are nervous about the thought of traveling with your kids to the Philippines, don't be! While it may be chaotic, it is actually easy to keep kids preoccupied in the Philippines because there’s just too many possibilities and options for fun … [Read more...]

Holiday gift guide for adventurous families

Every August, I get a sneak peek into the holiday gifting season. Outdoor Retailer is the largest trade show for outdoor and travel gear, and each summer, they have all their new and soon-to-be-available products on display. We curated our favorites … [Read more...]

Travel Gear We Use: Abiie Huggs baby carrier review

Reviewed by our baby and toddler gear tester, Karyssa Booth.  Time for a baby carrier review! I received the Abiie Huggs carrier in the mail a couple months before my daughter could fit into it. I waited until she was about five months old before I … [Read more...]

South America travel: Three outstanding museums in Bogota

The city of Bogota dates back to 1538 and it’s no wonder that it houses some of the most interesting museums in Latin America. Some of those exhibits are must-see if you want to get a full experience of Colombia. Step off the beaten path and take a … [Read more...]

Ski travel hack: How to afford skiing as a family

If you read this travel website regularly, you know we're a big ski family. I grew up skiing and wanted to make sure my kids grew up skiing, too. We've made ski vacations a priority, but it hasn't been easy. Skiing is expensive, and getting more so … [Read more...]

Year-round outdoor exploration from St. George Utah with kids

Need a home base for your Zion National Park adventure? How about a launching point for fall and winter outdoor exploration of Southern Utah? St. George fits the bill, with red rock canyons, mountain bike and hiking trails, and Virgin River. Families … [Read more...]

Are you making these six travel mistakes?

Whether you are a regular or first-time traveler, you are prone to making some mistakes which will cause you some stress and even spoil your trip. However, with a little research and planning, you can avoid some of these common travel blunders and … [Read more...]

Spooky Pit Stops: Salem Massachusetts

If you have kids who laugh in the face of fear, this pit stop is for you! (And if you don't, keep reading anyway; there's something here for the fainter of heart as well!) The Salem Witch Trials of 1692 placed Salem, Massachusetts on the map as one … [Read more...]