Yosemite for Kids: A Five-Day Itinerary

You may be enthralled by Yosemite’s scenery—waterfalls leaping thousands of feet over granite cliffs, giant sequoias as wide as your living room, delicate wildflowers painting grassy meadows with a kaleidoscope of color—but your kids may be a tougher audience. Ann Marie Brown offers a five-day itinerary that includes lots of fun kid stuff.

How to Get Kids Excited About the Outdoors

How do you compete with the television and remote control? How do you prove to a kid that success comes from persistence, spirit, and logic, which the outdoors teaches, and not from pushing buttons? The answer is in these Ten Camping Commandments for Kids.

Alaska, Seattle, and New York City from a Kid’s Perspective

Laura Martone reviews Cooper’s Pack travel books for children, featuring top sights in Alaska, Seattle, New York City. Each book typically features the travel experiences of Cooper, a friendly, backpack-wielding stuffed dog, and a local guide (another amiable stuffed animal) in a given destination.

Kid-Friendly Activities and Attractions in Guatemala

Latin Americans are very family oriented and Guatemalans are no exception. There is plenty to see and do in Guatemala for families traveling with children of all ages. Here is a list of kid- and family-friendly attractions throughout the country.

Exploring the Grand Canyon with Family

Summer means it’s time for the classic family road trip, and there’s no destination more classic than the one President Theodore Roosevelt urged every American to see—Arizona’s Grand Canyon.

Dispatch from Roatan: A Fond Farewell to Honduras

In Amy E. Robertson’s four and a half years in Honduras, she visited plenty of beaches, and would be hard pressed to name one she didn’t like. But this trip was different. It was her family’s farewell to Honduras, and they wanted everything to be perfect.

On the Go with a Baby in Brazil, Part 1

Marissa Cortes, a New Yorker who authors the Travels With Lulu blog, decided to travel through Brazil for several months with her 10-month old daughter Lulu. Michael Sommers interviews Marissa about her experience as a young woman traveling solo with her baby.