Cuba: Caribbean Cool and Cultural Intrigue for the Whole Family

The toe-tapping Latin music, the spicy food, colorful Yank Tanks and rich, vibrant culture … Cuba has its own a singular appeal. For parents, perhaps it’s missing perspective on the Missile Crisis or the chance to tread on grounds once formerly off-limits to Americans. For their kids, maybe it’s using the Spanish they learned in […]

Must-See with the Family in Jamaica

In such a tourist-driven destination as Jamaica, it is easy to plan a tropical beach vacation with the family, while enjoying all-inclusive resort perks and the added fun of local culture. You may be able to drive from one end of Jamaica to the other in five hours, but there is plenty to do along […]

Bermuda with Kids

Bermuda is largely insulated from the wild and unruly spring break college crowd, making it a perfect choice for families traveling with kids in tow. But that doesn’t mean this upscale island is free from fun. Whether you’re looking to explore or take in a history lesson, Bermuda delivers on experiential travel for families. Crystal […]

Family Fun in Grenada

Head to Grenada’s family-friendly paradise, Mount Cinnamon Resort — a Caribbean experience like none other. Mount Cinnamon Resort is already a contender with its ideal location on Grand Anse Beach, beautifully designed spaces, endless relaxation, adventure activities, luxury feel and attention to detail, but add in the new Family Package for summer travelers and Mount […]

A Quick Getaway to This British Island is Well Worth It

A bout of development for the 2017 America’s Cup race is a boon for travelers looking for a revived, refreshed and refined getaway just two hours from the U.S. mainland. The pink-sand beaches of Bermuda beckon, whether it’s a round-trip cruise from New York or Boston (a bit more economical for families), or one of […]

For the Family in Puerto Rico

Ravaged by Hurricane Maria, Puerto Rico suffered a downtick in tourism, but officials assure travelers the island is ready to welcome them. According to Carla Campos, acting executive director, Puerto Rico Tourism Company, “We will never forget what happened 6 months ago, but we certainly don’t need to be reminded of it with old imagery […]