Family Travel Through Iceland’s Rugged Landscape

By Richard Newtown If only geology lessons were always like this. After driving 25 miles east of Reykjavík, capital of Iceland, we change into dry suits and flippers. Like fish out of water, we slap our way awkwardly along a path and then down a flight of metal steps. We pull on our facemasks, bite […]

A Family Adventure on England’s Canals

A narrowboat trip through England’s canals is a good way for families to avoid the daily hassles of travel, and take part in an English way of life even many Brits don’t know. It’s like being a turtle: You carry your home with you, sleeping in a new town each night without having to pack […]

The Blue Lagoon: Is It a Good Fit for Your Family?

One of the most talked about attractions in Iceland is the Blue Lagoon, and while the photos are impressive and the travel stories equally so, is it a good fit for a traveling family? There are a few things that may make first-time family travelers wary when it comes to visiting this spot. The Blue […]

Madeira’s Family-Friendly Capital

The Portuguese island of Madeira offers so many things for families to do that a week there is barely enough time. The experiences range from riding high above the treetops in a cable car to swimming in the sea with dolphins. Most adventures begin in Funchal, the island’s capital city. It’s an easy city to […]

Couple Tours in Iceland

Whether vacationing to celebrate a big milestone in your relationship or just looking to get away with your partner on an active adventure, Iceland should be on your radar. You may have seen the movies, TV shows and undeniably beautiful photos crediting Iceland as the subject, but Hidden Iceland tours offers more off-the-beaten path excursions […]

72 Hours in London with Kids

The biggest challenge taking kids to London is the sheer volume of things to do and see that can reasonably be squeezed into a single family vacation. Instead of stressing out the family by hitting everything in sight while speeding a stroller (or pram, as they say) down Southbank, slow down. Pare down your choices […]