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Another Shangri-La: Pony Trekking in Ladakh, India

Leh, Ladakh is your destination if you're looking for an active adventure with kids in a place none of your neighbors have been. Ponies are used to enable family trekking in northern India, even with young childen, making for quite an expedition. Trekking to visit Asia's remote villages is one of the greatest of family adventures. You may be thinking, if you have children under the age of 12, you...

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Riviera Maya’s Underwater World

Although Cancun is the gateway to the Yucatan peninsula’s coastal resorts, since the late 90s, many families have chosen to bypass this exciting city and spend their holiday time south along the Riviera Maya. Boasting more than 40,000 recently built rooms at large resorts, most of the Riviera Maya properties are foreign-owned, beachfront all-inclusives with nary a sign of Cancun’s glittering...

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Top Cheap Campground Getaway: Yogi Bear’s Jellystone Park Camp-Resorts

The Yogi Bear’s Jellystone Park Camp-Resorts, previously a winner of FTF's Top Cheap Getaways for Family Travelers award, get a fresh look in 2015. Camping always seems like a good idea for families:  It's eco-friendly, in the great outdoors there is more space to play, and it offers that cozy home-away-from-home feeling...

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Iberostar Playa Mita Resort On Mexico’s Riviera Nayarit

Recently, on a press trip for the grand opening of the Iberostar Playa Mita, the company's newest hotel in Mexico and its first property on the Pacific at Riviera Nayarit, I enjoyed watching toddlers, kids, and their parents splashing in the infinity pool and building sand castles. It's...

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San Blas, Mexico is for the Birds and the Food

For an authentic Mexico eco-adventure along the Riviera Nayarit coast, head to the remote San Blas Peninsula. Go now, while the closest international airport is in Puerto Vallarta, about three hours away. Once the four-lane highway is completed in 2018, it will be harder to find fresh-made tortillas, enormous red snapper, Huichol Indian crafts in the daily market, and lumbering...

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Tour the World from the Comfort of Your Theater Seat

"Traveling Papers" has to be among the rarest of theater events -- a play based on travel writing -- and among the easiest and most fun trips I've ever taken. I am pleased to report that it is a very entertaining play and, for inveterate travelers, literary buffs and even armchair travelers, not to be missed in its limited Off-Broadway run in New York.Utilizing a mixture of quotes about travel...

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Hanoi, Vietnam – The last days in April, 2015

Last month, me and my friend headed in Hanoi to attend a wedding of my friend. She married a vietnamese man so we went to hanoi to joined with her. But Hanoi is so beutiful so we decided to stay more few days to discovery Hanoi. And this are some highlights of the trip. for sleeping: Essence hotel The essence...

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Key West, Florida Hotels And Resorts

There's no place in America quite like Key West, one of the most laid-back towns your family will ever visit. Its low-key attractions are certainly worth a few nights' stay, and we recommend you drive there from Miami, about 3.5-hours north by car. The route is gorgeous (just imagine filming Arnold Scwarzneggers' "True Lies" along this waterfront route) and besides, your family will need a car to...

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Magical Rajasthan

When thinking about family trips, at least for families with children over the age of 10, India doesn’t immediately spring to mind. Think again.  India has camel and elephant safaris, wildlife refuges, fantastic festivals, renovated forts and palaces, delicious food, and great shopping -- especially in the northern state of Rajasthan. My husband and I recently returned...

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Gulet Charter in Turkey

I've recently returned from a trip with my family over the holidays. We rented a Gulet (Traditional Turkish Yacht) from a Fethiye base. This was our eighth charter vacation, so we've seen a lot of bases and companies from around the world.

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