Author Archives: Marina Kuperman Villatoro

About Marina Kuperman Villatoro

Marina Kuperman Villatoro CEO of, a travel resource site to inspire families to travel with kids of all ages. Marina has been an expat 10+ years in Central America raising 2 boys in a multicultural, trilingual household. She travels all over the world with her family to give first hand experiences of where to eat, stay and play with kids. Needless to say, it’s never boring! Join Marina on Facebook and Twitter for more unique and boutique family travel!

Got It All Mapped Out: How to Plan the Perfect Road Trip

It’s been chronicled by Jack Kerouac and talked about often in every college dorm throughout the nation. Road trips are adventures on the highways. How you plan your trip, however, determines whether you have an unforgettable or mostly miserable time. … Continue reading

Bikini Luxe the Ultimate Luxury Swimwear that Actually Gets You in the Water

So here’s the thing, and my family will fully agree with me on this one, getting me into the water either pool or ocean is a task they have long given up on. I am not a water person. I … Continue reading

Protecting a Home When Traveling Abroad

One of the first major trips I took had me spending two months overseas. I was so enamored by the idea of travel and all that the journey had to offer that I didn’t pay much attention to my apartment … Continue reading

Your Southeast Asia Itinerary: How to Explore the Region

Asia is Earth’s largest and most populated continent, with an area mass of 44.58 million km². Within Asia, there is a diverse collection of countries – India, China, Thailand, North and South Korea, and Japan – and it has become … Continue reading

Travel and Destiny – A True Love Story – The Modern Marriage

How I Met the Man That Changed My Life! Life changes happen in an instant! Whether we are ready for them or not! March 5, 2001 my entire life changed, although I wasn’t at all aware it was happening – … Continue reading

Darwin – The Travel Gateway to Northern Australia

Darwin is a cosmopolitan, tropical city situated on the edge of the Arafura Sea in the Top End of the Northern Territory of Australia. It is the international gateway to Australia’s Top End and the beautiful National Parks of Litchfield … Continue reading

Top Things To Consider When Planning Your Next New York City Bus Tour

Bus tours are an excellent way to sightsee a city, such as New York, without having to arrange transportation and accommodations on your own. It’s no secret that New York is a vast and sprawling city, so navigating your way … Continue reading

Caribbean Travel – Magnificent Villas in St. Barts

A fancy vacation on the exclusive island of St. Barts is delightful on its own, but it’s even more pleasurable when partnered with a few days of stay in one of its plush villas. Sure, it may be costly, but … Continue reading

USA Travel – 6 Reasons Why New York City is Great

If you have read my articles for a while you already know that I grew up in New York City. Even though life took me to Central America, I still love and miss being in NYC. I’ve visited it many … Continue reading

Family Vacations – Reasons to Go on a Cruise

People think I use some sort of sorcery to travel with my family as much as I do. Because, they are under the wrong impression, that travel is simply too expensive. And this seems to be the majority frame of … Continue reading

Mountain Biking – How to Do It with a Young Child

Cycling is, of course, an exciting and a healthy activity, the benefits it has for both children and families cannot be disputed or overlooked. We can borrow from the old adage that a family that plays together stays together and … Continue reading

Family Travel – Benefits of Cycling for Children and Families

You remember when you were a child, cycling was part and parcel of your growing up. It must have been the most important thing that may have happened in your life. At that age, you probably did not know the … Continue reading

The Best Lake District Breaks in 2017

If you’re looking to enjoy a short break away in the UK, you’re in luck. The concept of a staycation has been on the rise for some time now, and with so many different places to visit in the UK, … Continue reading

Take a Walk Along Some of the Best Trails of the World

If you want to see a country and admire all the splendors it has to offer, then the best way to do it is by walking its trails. Only when you are slowly trekking through the countryside, do you see … Continue reading

Travel Advice – 13 Must Have Travel Apps

Photo by: Mateusz Dach Let’s talk about the most important travel tool in existence. It’s not some fancy gadget (well, to modern day folk) or an out-of-reach technology that only a few can enjoy. So what is this tool? The … Continue reading

6 Child Friendly Holiday Activities to Do When You Visit Montenegro

Planning a trip to Montenegro is often a tough business – maneuvering flights and accommodation to affordability and holiday packs, it might get messy if no one is streamlining it for you. With that caution being in order, let me … Continue reading

Family Travel – Road Trips Are Essential For Kids

Are you the kind of person, for whom a journey is a destination, but you recently became a parent, and you are scared that road trips might not be good for the little one. The thought of taking your child … Continue reading

USA Travel – New York State of Mind

The “apple” of many a traveler’s eye is the magnificent New York City. Vacationers from across the globe look forward to visiting the “Big Apple” regardless if they have been here before or if it’s their first time. So, for … Continue reading

6 Kid-Friendly Broadway Shows in NYC

Image via Flickr by sheilaellen Forget the big screen. When you’re in New York City, treat your kids to a night on Broadway with these kid-friendly, award-winning shows that bring the magic of fairy tales and history to vibrant life. … Continue reading

Skin Care Essentials for Traveling

When I was in my twenties I used to think that my youthful skin would last forever and didn’t pay much attention to care for it. But each year, while I traveled I noticed how it started to suffer and … Continue reading