This family of four traveling with a special needs child found the right all inclusive resort in Punta Cana, Dominican Republic providing fabulous care, relaxation and entertainment for the whole family.
A multigenerational family explores the Dalmatian Coast in the countries of Croatia, Montenegro and Slovenia for a two week summer vacation.
Traveling with kids to Washington DC is a valuable U.S. history class disguised as a vacation. In addition to being a beautiful, bustling city it has over 15 museums, monuments, a zoo, and an aquarium for free, making this a great family vacation on a reasonable budget.
This family of four chose the breathtaking Swiss Alps as “Part 2” of their summer vacation hiking in the family-friendly Bernese Oberland Region.
South Africa with your family is an unforgettable experience especially when it includes unbelievable safaris in Kruger National Park and exploring beautiful Cape Town and Johannesburg for full-on adventure and cultural education.
A great deal of ground and sea was covered for this family of five exploring ruins, history and culture in four different countries in the span of thirteen days on a fabulous family-oriented cruise.
This family of five definitely caught the “adventure bug” in Costa Rica. With three different stops, they explored the most remarkable places in Costa Rica and got the most of their nine day trip.
Two families spend their spring break together in Puerto Rico with fun-filled adventure exploring rainforests and beaches throughout Puerto Rico and ending each day with cocktails by the pool at a great family-friendly VRBO.
This family of five chose the capital of Vietnam, Hanoi, and the scenic Halong Bay to learn and explore the history, local culture and folklore of this beautiful country, Vietnam.
This family of five traveled to Laos immersing themselves and falling in love with the Lao culture, Buddhism and the way of life of the Lao people.
With three boys in tow, this adventurous mom explored the gems of Siem Reap, Cambodia and discovered both the love of the land and the generosity of spirit of the Cambodian people.
A convoy of two families enjoyed their summer vacation with driving “RV style” in a loop to Wyoming, Grand Teton, Yellowstone, Cody, Gallatin, Jackson Hole and Bear Lake. In the course of eleven days, 1000 miles were logged and eight campgrounds were conquered, making these families “RV camping masters.”