- Family Travel Association Sponsors First-Ever New York Times Travel Show’s Family Travel Pavilion - At the 2017 New York Times Travel Show, scheduled for January 27 to 29, 2017, at the Jacob K. Javits Convention Center, one of the newest developments will be the Family Travel Pavilion.
- Family Travel: Creating Nature’s Caretakers - For some species, family travel is instinctive or a matter of survival. For others it is a yearning for adventure and discovery. The places where they cross paths – places like Baja, where humans and gray whales can today interact freely and without fear – are magical.
- Making Time for Multigenerational Vacations - Planning a multigenerational vacation may sound like a logistical nightmare, but service providers are making it easier for groups to come together.
- Traveling with Voluntary Kin: “She’s Like a Sister to Me” - Voluntary kin are an often-overlooked type of family relationship that should be taken into consideration: people we think of as family but who are not related to us by biology or law.
- The Alaska Experience: Risk or Real Life? - Any wilderness experience includes some risk, especially an Alaska experience. But how far is too far for visitors not accustomed to wildlife or weather, mountains or machines?
- To Keep Families Flying Together, U.S. Congress Passes New Law - The hard work has paid off! Within a year, airlines will be required to keep families flying together thanks to a new law passed by the U.S. Congress.
- 7 Cruise Safety Tips - In light of the recent drowning death of an 8-year-old boy in a swimming pool on a cruise ship, cruise safety is in the spotlight, and travel industry experts are offering cruise safety tips to passengers.
- Ecotourism and Family Travel in Costa Rica - Costa Rica offers amazing product and program diversity at cross-section of ecotourism and family travel in Costa Rica. “A family vacation in Costa Rica is a way to raise awareness about sustainability for the whole family.”
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