Exploring the Gili Islands: The Turtle Capital of the World

The Gili Islands are an off-the-beaten-path destination in Indonesia that attract families from all over the world looking to experience a remote, fun and beautiful destination right off the northwest tip of Lombok. The three small islands consist of Gili Air, Gili Meno and Gili Trawangan. All are only a short boat ride apart. It […]

Incheon’s Expansion Sets the Bar for the Winter Games

Traveling internationally with family, children and adults of all ages can be challenging. Everyone is either in a hurry or overwhelmed and taking your time doesn’t seem to be an option. With high expectations for South Korea’s largest airport, Incheon International Airport’s new endeavor is expected to provide guests with a positive, efficient travel experience. […]

Meaningful Destinations for Veterans Day

First established in 1919 as Armistice Day to celebrate the end of World War I, Nov. 11 was renamed Veterans Day in 1954 to include American veterans from all wars. Get the kids involved this year with fun activities, games and events in your neighborhood, or take time out of your busy schedule to give […]

Explore the Magic of Iceland in Wintertime with Kids

Wintertime in Iceland doesn’t always rank at the top of a wintertime vacation with kids, but can be a completely magical experience. Aside from the scant sunlight hours and chilly weather, a wintertime excursion in Iceland can be full of intrigue, a warm water swim and mystical beings. Here’s where you should start. See the […]

Red Trunk Project

Teaching kids from a young age about other cultures, unfamiliar traditions and heritages different from their own is paramount in their young education. Not only does this cultivate their curiosity about the world, inspire wanderlust and an eagerness to learn, but it also helps shape their character to be understanding for other people who may […]

Five Places to Take Kids in Dresden Germany

Dresden dazzles with Rococo and Baroque splendor, as it did when it was the royal city of the Saxon kings. It’s easy now to see why it was known as The Jewel Box, but until the 1990s the city still lay in rubble from a World War II bombing. For older children, there is history […]