One of the first things we do when traveling is look for a tourist attraction to visit, right? If you don’t do that, well, you should. They are one of the biggest experiences people have.
They can be pretty fun, from Disneyland to a zoo, passing by Dali’s Museum, Volcanos, caves, and Waterfalls. Here you can find reviews for the tourist attraction you need, you like and even the ones you didn’t even know existence.
Family-Friendly Attraction reviews are experienced first hand and reviewed for you close to your home and internationally.
Having two small kids is super fun. And traveling with kids is probably the best time of my life. However, as any mom (and dad) will tell you, having an adult conversation that uses words that are two or more syllables is a necessity at times. And simply hanging out with my husband is too. […]Read More
Visiting Daytona, Florida? Don’t you dare miss a trip to Daytona International Speedway. This is what the true heart and soul of Daytona Beach Florida is all about. Who wouldn’t love to camp out for one week during the crazy, fun, insane energy that is built around Daytona 500? This is one of my dreams. […]Read More
St. Augustine, Florida is simply brewing with history on every turn. This doesn’t stop with just historic sites and buildings, but also zoos. St. Augustine Alligator Farm is over 100 years old and has a story that needs to be told. My new thing when learning all I can about a new place that I […]Read More
One day as I was reading travel blogs, I found a really interesting post on St. Augustine, Florida. I’ve heard of the town before, and saw it on the map, but never considered it an actual destination for my travels. I traveled there with my family, and I was surprised, there are so many interesting […]Read More
Swimming with manatees on Florida Nature Coast is one of the best things to do, a unique experience everyone should do at least one time in their life. One of the biggest draws is you can bring your kids with you, making a whole family experience. There are many places to do it, but for […]Read More
The main draw that I had for Jungle Island in Miami Florida, while doing searches for what to do with kids in Miami, was their animal interaction tours and shows. Walking past animal enclosures is one thing, but having contact with animals and seeing them in educational shows is what really brings that animal to […]Read More
New York City is a true dream for all sorts of travelers. When I lived in NYC I was single, so I always thought of this city as non-kid-friendly. Now that I have two little men, I have returned numerous times to visit the city and am in complete awe how much there is to […]Read More
My kids are growing up in Central America where football (soccer) rules over any other sports event. Even though in Nicaragua (almost a neighboring country) the national sport is baseball, you barely hear about it. And you definitely don’t have any stadiums where it is played and considered as a religious, fanatical event like in […]Read More
One thing I found out about Fort Lauderdale, aside the fact that it is a huge beach town, is that most of the hotels don’t really offer any full-on kids activities. Like our hotel – The Hilton Fort Lauderdale Resort. Even though the city is flooded with resorts of all shapes and sizes, I was […]Read More
New Jersey is an interesting state. It lies across the river from Manhattan and borders NY state. NJ, the Flower State, is known for the ‘Jersey Shore’ which is in the southern part of the state, suburbia, malls in the middle, and parks in the north. Personally, I think Northern Jersey is one of the […]Read More
One thing you can not avoid is an encounter with the great Mississippi River while visiting New Orleans, it’s one of the most famous rivers in the United States. The French Quarters go right into. Seafood is practically a staple of New Orleans and Louisiana’s cuisine. Strolling along the river walk is a must-do. And […]Read More
While planning my family’s day trip to Smuggler’s Notch Resort in Vermont, I was lucky enough to get the best advice from Karen Boushie, Smuggs.com PR director. Thanks to her recommendation, she directed us to check out ArborTrek Canopy Adventures. ArborTrek is less than a five-minute drive from Smuggler’s Notch Resort, you do need a […]Read More
The Peten Guatemala This is the place to see! The Peten Department is home to the most impressive and mightiest Mayan ancient ceremonial cities. Tikal National Park, the main ruin, is located in a tropical forest part of the Maya Biosphere Reserve, full of wildlife and exotic birds that will capture your heart and take […]Read More
My specialty when it comes to travel is my due diligence. I can research the place my family and I are planning to visit for weeks, even months, and it brings me pure joy. Once I decide on where we are off to, that’s when the actual adventure and journey begins for me. As part […]Read More
Newport in Rhode Island is a small port town that is known for having the highest amount of colonial buildings of any other city in the US. So just imagine how cute it is, also is well known that Rhode island is a great romantic getaway! Aside from all the cool historic landmarks, it also […]Read More
So, here you are in South Florida! Before diving into theme parks and beaches, you have a free day to simply chill out and enjoy the weather and surroundings. However, the kids are having none of that. They want to have fun. I bet you’re wondering about the things to do in South Florida Miniature […]Read More
Pirates and kids have a weird love affair. They only see the romance of pirates brought to them by Pirates of the Caribbean and Halloween. At times, I wonder if showing them the real deal will steal their fantasy of them and take away their fun games. But history is history and when you arrive […]Read More
Kids and animal parks seem to be a synonymous thing these days. Kids simply can’t get enough of animals. However, after being to so many zoos, I am constantly on the look out for something different and fun – I think more for my own variation than theirs. Looking for activities to do with my family in […]Read More
In my experience, New Orleans is one of the most culturally intense cities in the US. With jazz, voodoo, Mardi Gras, its French heritage, and others like Creole, African American, and the Caribbean, everywhere you look, there is something interesting to learn about. Top things to do in New Orleans with kids and the best […]Read More
The only true way for me to get my kids psyched and excited about going to Pennsylvania was the promise of spending an entire day at Hershey Amusement Park . At this point, the words ‘Amusement park or Theme park‘ are used as currency in my house for joining in on any trip. And it worked […]Read More