Everyone knows that Yellowstone National Park makes for a classic family vacation. Strolling the boardwalks around Old Faithful and taking photos of the Yellowstone River’s Lower Falls from Artist Point are things everyone should do in their lifetime. I’m sharing my tips for planning a family trip to Yellowstone National Park.Read More
Come Winter, families who like to ski start to flock to popular skiing destinations like Whiteface Mountain if you live near New York, Keystone Colorado, or to the Alps in Switzerland. But if your family has a propensity toward nature and offbeat traveling, you may want to try cross country skiing (also known as Nordic skiing). For this adventure, one place to consider is Maine Huts & Trails in Carrabasset Valley, Maine.Read More
If you are looking for a resort where you will enjoy exciting family skiing in Alpendorf, Austria with kids, then the Alpina Family, Spa and Sporthotel is just the place to be. My family, along with some family friends, went there for a European skiing vacation during the kids’ winter break. We had a great time skiing in the Alps.Read More
We all love to travel with our families and often, the cost is one of the hurdles we must face. The Southwest Airline Companion Pass (CP) can help create travel opportunities for your family by reducing the cost of flights to a fraction (fees only). The CP covers destinations all over the US, Caribbean, Mexico and South America.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