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How to book a family farm stay

Experiencing the great outdoors and spending time on a real-life working farm is a great way to switch off from the modern world. Not only will you slow down, but you’ll also be amazed at how much you learn. And nothing bonds a family more than enjoying the eggs that you’ve just collected from the chickens for breakfast or milking a cow together. While staying at a five-star resort with all mod cons can be fun, farm stays let you connect with nature and with each other. You’ll always remember...
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Tips for traveling with young kids

Being hesitant to travel with young kids is understandable. Maybe you’ve experienced a toddler screaming for the entirety of a coast-to-coast flight. Worse, maybe that was your toddler. But saying your kids are too young to travel is a slippery slope. When will you know when they’re old enough? The fact is, the sooner you start taking trips with your kids, the sooner they’ll adapt to journeying. And the sooner they — and you — will reap the benefits of that travel. Here’s why you should trave...
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Week 19: Valley of the Gods and Moab, Utah

Life can slip on past you real fast. You can get so caught up in present moment challenges and the future goals that you forget where you have come from. You fail to see all you have achieved because you’re so focused on what is left to come. Hustle replaces humility. Fisher Towers Hike, Moab, Utah I love how travel humbles me. I sit under a starry sky and I can’t help but feel small. I’m no more or less important than the stars. I am but a tiny speck, and yet that speck is part of something...
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Tips on Arranging a Vacation with Kids

Sometimes, daily and weekly routine becomes hectic for people who have to combine professional life and raising kids. Overload, stress, and tiredness are accompanying those who are doing their best to keep up-to-date with work and other duties. To escape from habitual life and brighten emotions, people are searching the ways to relax during weekends and days off. Undoubtedly, Friday beer with friends, lazy days with family at home or gambling in the best paying online casino in South Africa can...
Tags: Travel, South Africa, Family Travel, Travel Blog

9 NOW Ideas: Get Your Mickey Ears on at Disney

I’m loving all the fun to be had over at the Disney Parks. I was lucky enough to spend the day at both Disneyland and California Adventure Park a couple of weeks ago and had a blast, especially with all the Mickey and Minnie celebrations they have going on! There’s so much to see and do, and that’s not including all the amazing rides and attractions. From the colorful parades and delicious food to the silly Mickey adventures and creative ways to show off your Mickey flair, you’ll love the “Get ...
Tags: Crafts, Disney, Slideshow, Vacation, Little Mermaid, Disneyland, Trips, Family Travel, Minnie, Mickey, Disney Parks, California Adventure Park, Family Time, My Disney Side, Disneyland Food, Disney California Adventure Food

Top 5 family ski hotels

When we go travelling with our families we want to know that all our desires and needs are catered for; from making sure the hotel has all the necessary facilities, to ski areas with slopes to suit everyone’s level of ability. Here is a list of five fantastic hotels perfect for skiing families. Club Med […] The post Top 5 family ski hotels appeared first on A Luxury Travel Blog.
Tags: Travel, Europe, Usa, Colorado, France, Hotels, Accommodation, Austria, Switzerland, North America, Family Travel, Regions, Speciality Travel, Leisure Travel, Western Europe

Vietnam: A Diverse Country with So Much to Offer

Vietnam offers a unique traveling experience like few countries in the globe. It offers culture and buzz in its cities, unique environments where you can find yourself heading from the beach to the mountains in a day or less, and hundreds of years of history from a proud and independent people. Backpackers can see a rising, friendly country with delicious food, low prices, and easy transportation. But before you hop onto a plane, how should you prepare? Here are some key tips to help you ensure...
Tags: Travel, Japan, France, Germany, Southeast Asia, Los Angeles, Canada, United States, Italy, Vietnam, Seattle, Hue, Family Travel, Hanoi, Unesco World Heritage, Saigon

Week 18: Lake Powell, Antelope Canyon and Monument Valley

I’ve been so fortunate to see places around the world of exquisite beauty. It’s hard to say what is your favorite place and why. I can’t say whether mountains, deserts, or beaches fill up my soul more than the other as each has its place and separate purpose. I love them all. But there are some places that stand above the others. They have this special magnetic pull that pulls you into their beauty. They enchant you. They heal you. They call you to look in so you can create something better when...
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The best family volunteer trips

While taking a family vacation is nothing new, family volunteer trips are becoming a more popular way to travel. Volunteer trips allow families to experience new countries and cultures while bonding as they complete community-oriented tasks. Parents find that these trips can create awareness about other parts of the world and instill in their children the value of service and giving back. Through volunteering abroad, you can experience life as a local and contribute to a meaningful cause. Yo...
Tags: Travel, Greece, Bali, Thailand, Volunteerism, Mediterranean, Family Travel, Bali Indonesia, Ubud, All, Capetown, Tarangire National Park, Capetown South Africa, Moshi Tanzania, Chengdu China, Serengeti National Park

Chile: a luxury, organic wine tour like no other

Visiting Chile? Put this luxury vineyard tour on your list. I’ve lived in Santiago for over a year, and I’ve only just got round to discovering one of the best wine experiences in the world. Letting it breathe Emiliana Organic Vineyards is located just 45 minutes from Santiago, yet it feels like a world away. In […] The post Chile: a luxury, organic wine tour like no other appeared first on A Luxury Travel Blog.
Tags: Travel, Santiago, Chile, Attractions, Food And Drink, South America, Family Travel, Regions, Going Out, Speciality Travel, Travel Miscellany, Emiliana Organic Vineyards

Countdown of the Best Costa Rica Surf Spots

Costa Rica is a perfect tourist destination for many reasons but for a large number of tourists who hit these shores each year there is only one activity which they have come for, and that is surfing. Within the surfing community Costa Rica has gained a lot of attention thanks to its year-round surf, large swells and range of surf opportunities. Whether you are a beginner, novice or experienced rider, surfing in Costa Rica has plenty to provide for all abilities and here are some of the best pla...
Tags: Travel, Hawaii, Costa Rica, Family Travel, Santa Teresa, Playa Guiones Nosara, Playa Guiones, Mal Pais, Playa Carmen, Hawaii Playa Avellanas, Little Hawaii

Climbing in Guatemala – Amatitlan Rock Breakdown

Guest post by Brandon Villatoro (Travel Experta’s son) Amatitlan and Xela are the biggest and most recommended places to rock climb in Guatemala. I will mainly tell you my experience of Amatitlan because I have never been to Xela. But will be going soon, so stayed tuned. Amatitlan is a very big lake (Lake Amatitlan) located south of Guatemala City, about thirty minutes from there. Once you arrive to the spot of the entrance to the rock, it is about a ten minute hike to the first sector. T...
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After 25 Years, I Travel Because…

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Tags: Travel, Travel Insurance, Memories, Family Travel, Long-term Travel, Slow Travel, Travel Adventures, International Living/working, Work/life/travel Balance, Benefits Of Travel, Budget Traveling, Contrarian Travel

ViaHero Connects Travelers to Puerto Rican Locals for Personalized Trips

Via Hero connects travelers in Puerto Rico with locals who can show them around and give personalized tours. Interview with Via Hero's Greg Buzulencia.
Tags: Travel, Caribbean, Family Travel, Puerto Rico, Outdoor Adventure, World Tours, ViaHero

Connecting Travelers with Puerto Rican Locals for Personalized Trips

Via Hero connects travelers in Puerto Rico with locals who can show them around and give personalized tours. Interview with Via Hero's Greg Buzulencia.
Tags: Travel, Family Travel, Puerto Rico, Outdoor Adventure, World Tours, ViaHero

The Ultimate Business Trip: Next Level Corporate Retreat Ideas

Picture this: You’re out in nature for a weekend, with a beautiful cabin, competing with your coworkers for amazing prizes. It’s an incredible bonding experience that everyone will talk about for the next year. Now imagine that you’re the one that planned this amazing retreat. Company retreats are incredibly important for the morale of a company’s employees. It provides a great way to relax, unwind, and bond with your coworkers. Anyone can throw a company retreat, but if you truly want to impres...
Tags: Travel, Texas, Costa Rica, Family Travel, Don, Cabin House

7 reasons why Italy should be your next multi-generational holiday destination

The world of tech might well be abuzz with excitement about 5G; but for those in the travel industry, the compelling trend is 3G. It’s the growing demand for destinations that cater for multi-Generational holidays; those travelling with the extended family. Increasingly, parents not only get away with their children but with uncles and aunts, […] The post 7 reasons why Italy should be your next multi-generational holiday destination appeared first on A Luxury Travel Blog.
Tags: Travel, Europe, Italy, Family Travel, Regions, Speciality Travel, Western Europe

Week 15: Viva Las Vegas Baby!

We weren’t intending on visiting Vegas on our America Unplugged road trip. Our intention on  this trip is to go beyond the main tourist destinations that everyone knows, and strangely, wants to visit. But, since we were close by, and our Australian readers insist on incorporating Vegas into their travel plans, we decided why not? I wasn’t expecting to have a great time – I mean how long can you spend looking at casinos before you get bored? But, I arrived intending to have a great time and see V...
Tags: Travel, Amazon, Facebook, Utah, Usa, Instagram, US, America, Chicago, Paris, New Orleans, Las Vegas, Zappos, Tripadvisor, St George, MGM

Guatemala Travel Prices

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The First Six Backpacking Questions You Should Ask

As with any endeavor you are about to partake in, you should always ask yourself the who, what, where, when, why and how’s before you do it. Not knowing your motivation to do something will just end up in failure. So, we’ve prepared 6 questions you should ask yourself and some answers backpackers have learned through their experiences in the past. After going through the 6 questions, give your own answers as to why you’re going to go on a backpacking trip and how you’re going to do it. Once ...
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What to Do with Children Under 2 on Airplanes

Read the full article on at - What to Do with Children Under 2 on Airplanes If you’re flying with a child under the age of two years, the FAA still permits you to hold the child during the flight and doesn’t require you to provide a separate seat for your kid. But this is an issue on the National Transportation Safety Board’s (NTSB) 10 most wanted list of safety problems... The post What to Do with Children Under 2 on Airplanes appeared first on Peter Greenberg Travel Detectiv...
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Week 14: Relaxing at Stunning Lake Mead, Nevada

This week was all about taking it slow and enjoying the stunning lakeside views and desert landscape from our campsite. I was happy to hear the coyotes howl at night as we sat around the campfire – finally a place we can have one again. Lake Mead RV Village I had time to set up a new homeschooling routine for the girls, catch up on work and exercise. We were able to use this time also to run a few errands – put Kalyra’s broken camera into Best Buy for repair. Thankfully I bought the protecti...
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How to Balance School With Travel (8 Simple Tips)

Welcome to our family travel tips series where we share our top tips for the biggest challenges you experience around family travel. We took a poll alongside our sponsor Allianz Travel to find out what the biggest challenges were when traveling with kids. Those top challenges were: Travel is too expensive How to create a travel experience the whole family will love How to balance school with travel How to manage a picky eater on the road Surprisingly, the one that came up at number three was ...
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10 Common Family Travel Mistakes (and how to avoid them)

We’re in full trip planning mode right now. In just a few days we will be traveling to Ireland for the first time. This trip will also be the first time Connor, our youngest, will cross the Atlantic and set foot on European soil. He’s 2.5 years old right now, which is not an ideal age to take a long haul flight, so we’re crossing our fingers everything goes smoothly. We’ve been mapping out our Ireland road trip and firming up the 2 week itinerary. We want to limit the number of unexpected surpr...
Tags: Travel, Home, Europe, Mexico, Netflix, Atlantic, New Brunswick, Ireland, Hawaii, Paris, Ryanair, Glasgow, Vancouver, Connor, Dublin, Travel Tips

Rock Climbing and Climbing Hostel Birthday Fun

Guest Post by Brandon Villatoro (Travel Experta’s Son) Climbing just got that much more fun in Guatemala! Belay Partners Hostal is a new hostel located right beside the best climbing rock in Amatitlan, Guatemala. Usually when I want to go to climb in the rock it is very difficult because after noon (12 pm) the sun starts really burning up the rock. It takes about an hour to go to the rock from where I live and sometimes its hard to wake up early to go there then hike up and  its not very m...
Tags: Travel, Climbing, Venezuela, Family Travel, Carlos, Juliana, Brandon Villatoro, Guatemala Belay Partners Hostal, Amatitlan Guatemala, Amatitlan

Best things to do with kids in Japan

Japan often brings to mind the teeming but ordered masses on Tokyo’s Shibuya Crossing, the world’s busiest intersection, or Kyoto’s Golden Pavilion, a must-see — if you can peer through the throngs of tourists. But there’s a lot more to this nation stretching from the Sea of Okhotsk to the South China Sea. The natural and cultural landscape is one of the most varied you’ll find in one island nation, and it’s a great place to discover with kids. The ancient rubs up against the modern almost e...
Tags: Travel, Japan, China, Africa, Tokyo, South America, Disneyland, Family Travel, Kyoto, Hiroshima, All, Shibuya Crossing, Family Trips, South China Sea, Kansai, Okinawa

Best family trips in South America

Perhaps you hadn’t been thinking of South America as a family travel destination. The huge continent is actually a fantastic place to explore with the kids — full of otherworldly landscapes, sand dunes, dinosaur sites, sky-high cable cars, national parks, and super beaches. For parents with an adventurous streak, there’s no better place to bring the family. From Ecuador down to Uruguay, here are some of our favorite places. Ecuador Photo: Stephanie Frias If Ecuador isn’t on your bucket li...
Tags: Travel, Amazon, Europe, Usa, Colorado, California, US, Los Angeles, Atlantic, Chile, Beverly Hills, Brazil, Argentina, Patagonia, Peru, South America

Indiana Dunes National Park is now the 61st U.S. National Park.

Indiana Dunes National Park became the Nation's newest national park in 2019. You can visit the dunes, enjoy the 3-dune challenge, or ride horses or hike.
Tags: Travel, Hiking, Indiana, Family Travel, Destinations, Outdoor Adventure, Indiana Dunes National Park, 61st U S National Park

A family guide to skiing Mammoth

Family ski trip to Mammoth Lakes: Everything you need to know The Mammoth Lakes overview Before you go On the mountain Off-mountain activities Mammoth Lakes local guide Images by Scott Sporleder #wedge-0 { background-image: url('') }@media(min-width:560px){ #wedge-0 { background-image: url('
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Planning a Zika-Free Babymoon – 2019

Although I hate the word, I love the concept. A babymoon offers a wonderful chance for you and your partner to spend some restful time together before the whirlwind of parenthood begins. Away from everyday trials and tribulations, you can relax, enjoy yourselves and indulge in dreamy conversations about how (you think) you'll parent before reality kicks in ;-) Originally from Inside the Travel Lab.
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