Adults traveling outside the U.S. with children under 18 should always have Consent or Permission to Travel letters from both of the minors’ guardians. This is true whether the child is not their own or is their own but with only one parent.Continue Reading Story
Even at home, keeping vigorous and secure is something on everyone’s minds. Staying vigilant is no less important when you’re on the move. The articles listed below provide important and useful tips on family travel health and safety.
Yes, Ebola has arrived in the U.S. But don’t worry – unless your seatmate is fresh out of Liberia, bleeding from his eyes, and gets sick, it’s unlikely you’re going to contract Ebola on a plane. Here are 10 ways to stay healthy while flying.Continue Reading Story
Here are the diseases, viruses, infections, and more you should worry about catching during domestic travel – and how to prevent them.Continue Reading Story
For Americans, a U. S. passport is a travel essential for any age traveler, especially now that a birth certificate will no longer suffice to cross borders. This look at how to get your U.S. passport will net you more than just a great souvenir of your family travels.Continue Reading Story
Travelling with a baby is not easy. It’s not as hard as people would have you think – certainly possible, and in more places than you would think – but not easy. The internet seems full of advice about pumping for breastfeeding moms who have to travel; most of this advice assumes that the baby is safely elsewhere. My experience is different.Continue Reading Story
Journey To Africa
Mefi, owner of Journey To Africa, grew up in Arusha, Tanzania, the gateway town for Safaris to Northern Tanzania. She moved to the US for University and a few year after graduating, she started Journey To Africa. That was 16 years ago. Today, she and her husband reside in Houston, Texas, with two children who’ve […]Learn More