Travel Gear We Use: Travel-friendly Rags to Raches children’s clothing review

Rags to Raches are all about easy on, easy off children's wear. Started by a mom out of necessity, this brand is now known for comfortable, functional and cute clothes for toddlers. Since Rags are one piece, we thought they'd be good for travel days, … [Read more...]

Six photography tips to make the most out of your African safari

An African safari is arguably one of the most exciting tourist activities in the world due to the continent’s scenic landscapes and exotic wildlife. Hence, Africa is usually included on the bucket list of every traveler. If you’re one of the many … [Read more...]

Travel tip: Where is it appropriate to use drones with kids?

Have you seen drones circling overhead on recent travels? We have! While it's important to follow specific useage guidelines (personal drones are prohibited in some places), if you have kids clamoring to fly a drone either at home or while on … [Read more...]

Skiing with kids: Diamond Peak ski resort

If you've skied in Lake Tahoe with kids, I'm betting it was not at Diamond Peak ski resort. Why? Because this Lake Tahoe local favorite is just enough off the beaten path that not enough visitors discover it. It's very accessible, located, in fact, … [Read more...]

Hyatt Regency Lake Tahoe review with kids

Incline Village, on Lake Tahoe's north shore, offers plenty of condo and vacation home rentals but only one truly premiere destination resort. The Hyatt Regency Lake Tahoe has everything you're looking for in a luxury property, and unless ski-in, … [Read more...]

Where to ski in Utah: Solitude Mountain Resort

Solitude Mountain Resort is one of those ski resorts that grows on you. The first time I skied Solitude was as part of a demo day experience, and I only traversed part of the mountain. Still, I enjoyed it. The next time I visited, my teenage son and … [Read more...]

Tahoe with kids: Granlibakken Ski and Sledding Hill

Looking to explore off the beaten tourist path in Tahoe with kids? Granlibakken is traditional Tahoe at its most authentic: this old-school resort boosts lodge rooms, condos, sledding, a day spa, and ski learning on poma bar and rope tow-accessed … [Read more...]

Ski Vacation Hack: How to tune and wax your own skis

Winter outdoors enthusiasts gearing up for ski and snowboard season know how expensive snow sports can be, and how important it is to take care of skiing equipment. But if you don’t have $40 to $50 to spend on every professional tuning and waxing … [Read more...]

Where to stay on Kauai South Shore: Marriott’s Waiohai Beach Club

Every time I visit a Marriott Vacation Club, I’m equally impressed. The Waiohai Beach Club is the fourth property I’ve seen, and won’t be my last. Why? While every Marriott Vacation Club is different, in order to fit into its setting geographically … [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...]