Mama. Dada. Namaste? An activity for the littlest guests at a luxury property on the Mexican Riviera gives new meaning to the child’s pose position. Grand Velas Riviera Nayarit, a 267-suite AAA Five Diamond resort located between Mazatlan and Puerto Vallarta, is now offering a new Baby Yoga class. Included in the room rate, the activity is designed to let moms and dads bond with their infant while improving flexibility and inner calm. Yoga is also believed to help improve a baby’s fine motor skills, stimulate muscle and nerve development, boost the immune system, encourage a regular sleep schedule, aid in digestion, and relieve gas, constipation and symptoms of colic.
With technology advancing faster than ever, children globally are becoming attached to devices. Adults too. Our Netflix queue and ever-expanding inbox call our names even when we’re on vacation. We carry distractions with us everywhere, and it’s becoming increasingly difficult to truly connect with your loved ones.
As the world of wellness evolves — especially in Europe — it’s no longer uncommon to find spa destination resorts outfitted with children’s activities and farm-to-table dining. However, for Austria’s Green Spa Resort Stanglwirt, blending wellness with fun, farm-fresh food, sports instruction and lyrical alpine ambiance has been a family affair since its inception.
The Iditarod is one of those topics everyone is sort of familiar with. Unless you’re a major fan or dogsledder yourself, there is a good chance your Iditarod knowledge ends with knowing the race is a major event where dogsledders ride for hundreds of miles through treacherous terrain. Where did the marvel get its start though?
By Hainan Airlines
VisitEngland is getting serious about fun with a new travel campaign aimed at luring families with preschoolers to England. The campaign stars Peppa Pig from the award-winning British children’s animated television series, and even youngsters on this side of the pond who might not be familiar with the character can get in on the fun by getting to know him on the new online hub on VisitEngland’s website.