Alaska — the land of the Midnight Sun and the northern lights — provides unlimited opportunities for family travel throughout the year. Whether families want to explore by foot, bike, boat, ferry, train, car, RV, plane or even sled dog and snowmo
We asked our members to share their top tips about making responsible family travel decisions. Here’s what they had to say.Continue Reading Story
An eye-opening account of the complex context and experience of an American family’s visit to a Chinese migrant workers’ school.Continue Reading Story
A bicycle tour of SouthWest Germany is a fun, eco-friendly family adventure with teens.Continue Reading Story
Living in the fast lane? Slow travel for families is highly recommended. Fortunately, slow travel family destinations are on the rise.Continue Reading Story
More families are aware of the importance of arranging vacations with a socially responsible and sustainable company (like Pure! Ecuador).Continue Reading Story
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.Continue Reading Story
Aardvark Safaris was one of the first safari companies to advocate family travel to Africa when it was set up 15 years ago. They know where to find the best and most authentic experiences for kids of all ages.
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More families are traveling than ever before, and they're increasingly searching for meaningful and authentic experiences. But where to begin? This free guide provides plenty of inspiration for getting off the beaten path.