Family Travel Posts

Top U.S. Campsites For The Wanderer In You

If you need an escape from modern, everyday life, camping can do wonders for your body and soul. To help you reconnect with nature, we’ve compiled this list of the best campsites in the country so you can spend less time researching and more time exploring!

Inside Disneyland’s New Exhibit, Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge

Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge has not even been open for two months and it is already a big hit. The much-anticipated addition to the Disneyland Park in Anaheim, California opened its doors at the end of May to much fanfare. This major expansion is a completely immersive theme park experience, transporting guests to a galaxy far, far away.

Tips for Picky Eaters Traveling Abroad

tips for traveling with picky eaters
Traveling to new countries is one of the most amazing, eye-opening hobbies you can have in life. You get to experience new sights and cultures, meet people that speak a completely different language and try unique and exotic foods. But, the latter may prove to be more troublesome than exciting if you’re finicky about your food. Many Americans have anxiety about unknown cuisine in other countries, but that shouldn’t keep anyone from experiencing the world. If the idea of eating in other regions gives you a panic attack, read on for our tips and tricks for picky eaters.

Travel Moms That Inspire Us

In honor of Mother’s Day, we wanted to highlight some inspirational mothers within the Travel and Travel Blogging industries. It isn’t often that light is shone on the women who trek the world and write impactful travel articles, all while caring for their family. We’re here to help bring a bit of appreciation to these real-life Wonder Women.

Should Airlines Create ‘Kid-Free’ Sections on Airplanes? 

You’re preparing for a long flight: one where you may get some rest or knock out some work if you’re lucky. Then you get to the gate and see a bunch of families lined up waiting for the same flight and you start to panic. Selfishly, you may throw a little hissy fit in your head hoping that you’re seated far from any little munchkins that may interrupt your plans for this flight. We’ve all been there, so you shouldn’t feel guilty.

But what if more airlines started segregating flights to appease both parents and business travelers? Parents with small children don’t want to be glared at for an entire flight, and people wishing to work or rest on flights would appreciate those where children were at a minimum. So, would you pay a premium if you could have a separate cabin that catered to families only? How much more would you pay for a flight that was strictly adults-only to ensure children would be completely absent on your trip? There’s a movement growing in the airline industry calling for separate cabins or whole flights that are child-free. Keep reading to get all of the details on this hot debate.