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Puerto Rico - Old San Juan Street

Puerto Rico: Old San Juan, Fajardo and Humacao

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.

Yellowstone Wildlife

Wyoming: Yellowstone, Grand Teton, and Jackson Hole

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.”

Colorful Charm

Mexico: Puerto Vallarta

This family loves the Puerto Vallarta area so much they purchased a timeshare on their first trip. A family of four with two daughters love the town, the beaches and the variety of activities they can engage in on each visit.

Indulgent Island

Turks and Caicos: Providenciales

Two families spent their spring break together on this Caribbean island chain and enjoyed some of the most beautiful sand beaches and calm turquoise water in the world.

Southern Baja

Mexico: Cabo San Lucas

Travelling with kids to Mexico was easier than expected for this family of four. Beautiful weather combined with adventurous family activities for all ages changed this families opinion of tourism in Mexico.

Massachusetts: Martha’s Vineyard

A warm summer vacation in Martha’s Vineyard offered something for everyone. The kids marveled at the beautiful beaches and the charming towns.

The Island of Enchantment

Puerto Rico: San Juan and Guanica

An easy to get to Caribbean vacation with a growing tourism sector, this young family benefited from seeing both sides of this easy to get around island.

Panama: Panama City and Bocas Del Toro

Combine a Seven Modern Wonders of the World, the Miraflores Locks, with Caribbean beaches and vibe, add up to a great experience for the kids. A country not totally prepared for family tourism but well on their way.