Category: Family Travel

Travel tips for travelling with kids Internationally, United States, Central America and South America.

Outdoor Adventure For Them, Staycation For You

The American economy continues sputtering along, as wages remain flat for most families and parents. With gasoline prices climbing, as well as food prices, more families will opt to do something close to home for vacation this year. Amusement parks, … Continue reading

Beach Towns of El Salvador – Playa Tunco and Sunsal – Video of the Week

Playa Tunco and Sunsal are the best beaches in El Salvador. The surfing is considered some of the best breaks in Central America. But that’s not the best part. You literally get the waves to yourself. Which also makes it … Continue reading

Travel Guide for El Salvador

El Salvador is one of the smallest countries of Central America yet is full of adventure to discover. Its name means “Republic of the Savior”. The good part is that you can find all the best things to see like … Continue reading

Dining in Central America – 10 Dishes You Should be Sure to Try When Visiting

As travel becomes more accessible and people venture to what were once infrequently visited parts of the world thanks to the increasing number of flight routes available, their appetite for new gastronomic experiences has increased. One such potentially untapped source … Continue reading

Underwater Museum Snorkeling Tour on Roatan, Honduras – Photo Essay

Have you ever snorkeled an underwater museum? It’s a trip worth taking. You get to see the history of the island, pirate wrecks and topped off with coral reef with tons of Marine Life. Ready for Snorkeling Underwater Artifacts   … Continue reading

4 Fun Facts About Monteverde, Cloud Forest of Costa Rica

Monteverde is Costa Rica’s most important cloud forest. But that’s not all it’s known for. Fun facts about Monteverde, Costa Rica: 1. Cloud Forest – without a doubt the best cloud forest in all of Costa Rica is in Monteverde. … Continue reading

Submarine for Deep Sea Exploration on Roatan, Honduras – Photo Essay

Have you ever traveled underwater? In a real submarine? I bet you think they don’t exist. But they do! My son and I went down 1000 feet in one of the only real passenger submarines in the world. National Geographic … Continue reading

Travel to Honduras – A Short Guide

Honduras is a Central American country with amazing islands on the Caribbean Sea known as the Bay Islands that are surrounded by the second largest Barrier coral reef in the world. It is also home to some of the most … Continue reading

Kayaking in Roatan, Honduras – Photo Essay

There are so many water activities on Roatan it’s hard to decide. Kayaking is one way to see the island on your own time and enjoy the incredible Caribbean sea. Kids Love Kayaking Perfect Activity for Families   Caribbean Sea … Continue reading

West End and Half Moon Bay in Roatan, Honduras – Photo Essay

West End is the tiny dirty road town on Roatan known for diving shops and budget hotels.  It’s got fantastic sunsets and great way to enjoy locals going about their business. Entrance to West End Half Moon Bay – Start … Continue reading

Revolution Square, Havana, Cuba – Photo Essay

Aerial View of Revolution Square, Habana Cuba Jose Marti Sign – Revolution Square Stairway Leading to Presidential Tower – Kid Friendly – Habana Cuba Jose Marti Sculpture – Presidential Tower – Havana Cuba Plaza de Revolucion – Jose Marti – … Continue reading

The Winter Escape with a Difference – Costa Rica

So many people opt for the same holiday destinations in winter without giving it a second thought. However if you want to try a winter escape with a difference and fancy something more than simply lying around on a beach … Continue reading

Coppelia – World Famous Cuban Ice Cream – Havana, Cuba – Photo Essay

Cubans are crazy for ice cream. With the heat beating down on them and lots of time, they go to their favorite ice cream shop – Coppelia! There are two ways you can get in. If you have the Cuban … Continue reading

Callejon De Hamel, Havana Cuba – Photo Essay

Every Sunday at noon Callejon de Hamel comes to life with African music, African dance and African soul. It is one of the best attractions to experience in Havana and it’s totally free! Entrance to Callejon de Hamel Drumming Boys … Continue reading

5 Reasons Family Travel Is a Must!

So many of my friends can’t believe the amount of travel my family and I do, especially because two of our party of four are younger than seven years old. They are constantly saying how hard it is to travel … Continue reading

Costa Rica’s Caribbean Beaches

The Caribbean Coast of Costa Rica is home to rescue centers, unique national parks and tiny beach towns with a laid back ambience. Here you can also surf of take a tour to see endangered sea turtles as they lay … Continue reading

Cuba’s Revolution Museum, Havana, Cuba – Photo Essay

Havana, Cuba made a huge impression on us. First of all, I was not expecting to see such a grandiose, large, bustling city. And everywhere you go you are surrounded by the victory of the revolution. So what better place … Continue reading

Casa Del Parque – Hotel Next to Antigua’s Famous Central Park

I love to find new hotels in Antigua! One of the biggest surprises, I’ve found is that from the outside most of the hotels and restaurants are not at all what they seem! This is exactly the experience we had … Continue reading

Boutique Hotel in Granada, Nicaragua – Video of the Week

La Bocona Hotel in Granada, Nicaragua is one of the most unique and grandest hotels we stayed at while traveling in Central America. For More Great Info Get Your Book NOW! .

How to Plan your Vacation to Belize

Belize is the only country in Central America where English is the national language. Which is great for travelers, but for us took us for a little bit of a spin when making reservations because I kept on wanting to … Continue reading

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