An Alaskan cruise is on many people’s bucket lists, so we won’t spend time telling you how amazing it is. There are a few different cruise lines to choose from based on the type of group you’re going with, and your budget. You also have a variety of options for excursions during your cruise. We went through suggestions from our contributors to bring you the most highly recommended activities to take advantage of, off the cruise ship.Read More
Glacier National Park in Montana is one of our favorite places to visit, especially with the children. The views are phenomenal and there are so many activities to take advantage of. I’m sharing my tips on enjoying your visit with young children, and also recommending some great spots outside of the park (including where to find the best cherries you will ever eat!).Read More
Cruising is a great option for families with babies who want to relax and not worry about the logistics of every meal and sightseeing adventure. Our contributors have shared great advice for first-timers to keep their babies well-fed and happy during the vacation.Read More
Planning a vacation to a city with such a rich history as Rome can be a daunting task. There’s just so much to see, do, and taste (pizza, pasta, and gelato, anyone?)! Here, the Families Love Travel team have rounded up some of the best kid-friendly itineraries to help you better plan your Italian getaway.Read More
Rome, Italy is a great vacation spot for families. There is so much to see and do — from historic sites to delicious food. Yet, planning a trip to such a cultural landmark can be a bit daunting. So, here we have compiled some of the best blogs about visiting Rome with kids.Read More
The most expensive photo ever sold in the world was taken at Antelope Canyon. It sold for a whopping $6.5 million dollars to a private collector in 2014. Since then, crowds have been flocking to see the famous canyons and capture the beauty of the Navajo sandstone.Read More
If you want to know all about Dubai with kids, there’s some important information you should read first. From the local currency to health information, the official language, and even babysitting services, it’s important to do proper research on your vacation destination before booking your trip. Keep reading to learn more!Read More
When choosing a cruise, there are certain criteria to look for: duration of cruise, number of days at sea, ports of call, and activities on board. This past winter break, we decided to try out a cruise and with so many to choose from it was definitely a tough decision. We decided our most important criteria was the ports of call (we wanted to go to places we haven’t been to) and activities aboard the ship. We had heard so many good things about the Royal Caribbean’s Oasis class of ships (the largest ships in the world). So we decided on the Harmony of the Seas. This was a 7 day cruise, stopping at St. Maarten, Puerto Rico, and Labadee, Haiti.Read More
Dubai in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) is a futuristic and cutting-edge city with tons of things to do for everyone in your family. While Dubai has been a popular vacation spot for people in Europe and Asia for at least two decades (and a hub for the rich and famous), the country has since expanded their reach to appeal to families around the globe.Read More
In our group, we often get questions about keeping little ones occupied in transit, especially on flights. So, in order to make things easier for all traveling families, here are the group’s top recommendations for toys, games, and activities to keep your toddler/little kid happy during your travels.Read More
Why Families Love To Travel
"Traveling provides us with quality time focused on our family with out typical life responsibilities. Also, We get to learn and experience new things with each other."
"Travelling has been an unparalleled way to connect with my 2-year-old and see the world through her eyes. Without travel, I wouldn't have experienced my favorite moments with her."
"Traveling teaches my kids that the world is full of diversity, where some people look like them and others don’t, but we are all the same."
I love traveling with my daughter because I remember traveling as a kid. We didn’t sleep at fancy hotels nor see any of the seven wonders; in fact, we drove to most of our destinations because we couldn’t afford to fly. But those hours in the car, racing in the National Mall with my cousins, fishing on the lake with my dad, the first time we went crabbing, walking into Constitution Hall all remain with me. I want that for my kid.
If we were meant to be in one place, we’d be born as a tree. Explore, with your loved ones, the boon of being alive as a person.
You can buy your child material things, but showing them the world creates memories will last a lifetime.
When we share travels with our kids, the world belongs to us and we learn to feel as we belong anywhere in the world
Our family gains more than tan lines and extra treats during vacation. We experience joy, tantrums, new sights, sounds, smells, and cultural awakenings that will help our next generation of independent travelers to journey with understanding, kindness and respect.
Megan Pohorylo Tucker
Traveling with my children has helped us create bonds, memories, and traditions. This experience has helped us become open minded and respectful of other cultures. The best part, we get to explore this amazing world together