Travel with a drone: What you should know before your child puts a drone in their travel pack

We all enjoy traveling with kids and stocking up with photos, video and memories. Our children gladly use gadgets and would take them just about anywhere. Can the two mix? Can I travel with a drone and my child or should I just advise him to leave it … [Read more...]

How to get through a guided tour with kids

Are you struggling with ideas for your family vacation this summer? Why not do something different this year and visit one of Americas most famous cultural landmarks, such as going on a tour in New Orleans or San Francisco? We are big fans of guided … [Read more...]

Golf vacations with kids: tips for a great resort golf experience

Our kids like to golf, but they're hardly miniature pros. They're kids, and they want to have fun on the links. We want them to have fun, too, but also appreciate that other guests may want to enjoy the course without distractions or delays. It's … [Read more...]

How to make summer family travel plans with a printable calendar

Summer is right around the corner, so kids could already be waiting for family trips. As we’ve said before, family travels help your family bond and build memories that you will later cherish. How to make summer family travel plans can be the … [Read more...]

Three multigenerational trip ideas in the outdoors

Multigenerational travel is so important in today's reality of extended family often living great distances away, and kids becoming more and more scheduled, with less opportunity for quality time with parents and grandparents. We've written … [Read more...]

Disney World monorail resort restaurants: where to go and when

We love the Disney World monorail: it’s iconic, fun, fast, and easy. Strollers slide on and off with ease, lines are always at a minimum, and for kids, it’s a ride in itself. We try to take the monorail as often as possible during a Disney trip, in … [Read more...]

How to plan college visits for your teen

As a family who's always loved learning on the go, we're excited to be diving into a new version of educational travel: college touring for our teens. At first, figuring when, when, and how to plan college visits can feel daunting, but in fact, we've … [Read more...]

Six tips to save money on travel

Taking a vacation and getting away from the daily grind is so important. Sadly, for many people, taking a holiday seems like an expensive luxury. It doesn't have to be this way, though. Here are several ways you can save money on a holiday. 1. … [Read more...]

Why study abroad: how to help your teen travel

As my children grow and become more experienced travelers, I've been thinking and writing more often about teen travel and study abroad experiences. Last year, our 15-year-old flew solo to Costa Rica to join an Adventures Cross Country trip, which … [Read more...]

Where to go for spring break: affordable spring break ideas for families

If you live in a cold climate like me, you're probably ready for some fun in the sun. Or maybe you get plenty of blue sky, and want to experience snow one last time before summer. Either way, we have budget spring break ideas for you. Read on to … [Read more...]