Do you deserve to declare your own holiday? Hilton Garden Inn thinks so! To entice you to get away to discover new places, connect with yourself and loved ones, and take a moment to breathe easy, Hilton Garden Inn is giving away a 2-night stay to one lucky Travel Mamas reader. This Declare Your Own Holiday […]
I am so excited to tell you about #KidsNTrips family travel Twitter parties! I am partnering with two other travel aficionados, LA Times Columnist Jen Leo and 10Best/USA TODAY Travel Contributor Katie Dillon (a.k.a. La Jolla Mom) to host Twitter chats that focus on our favorite topic in all the land…travel with kids. Stop by to talk […]
To celebrate the start of summer, join the Right Start Summer Travel Twitter Party! Whether you are heading to the local beach, state parks or embarking on an international adventure, we have got you covered with all the baby travel gear and accessories to get you from here to there. The hosts for the evening are […]
Recently I shared the Travel Mamas Team’s favorite travels of 2012. I was going to include my pick for trip of the year too but I couldn’t choose just one. From best bucket list moment to favorite family bonding, best new friends made and most magnificent me-time, here are some of the highlights of my 2012 travels. Best Bucket List […]
Pumpkin festivals aren’t a new thing—many towns hold some kind of festivity to celebrate the harvest. But I’m here to introduce you what I lovingly refer to as the harvest festival on steroids: The Giant Pumpkin Weigh-off! Across the nation, giant pumpkin growers have been patiently biding their time all spring and summer planting seeds, […]
For this World Tour of the Web, I asked some of my fellow family travel bloggers to share a link to their all-time favorite post. There’s something here for everyone: inspiration, practical travel tips, cutural observations, beautiful photos, and comic relief. Enjoy!
As an expat and mom living in Asia with my husband and young daughter, I find traveling in South Korea with children far easier than in many countries. A South Korean vacation can be an educational feast for all family members with its wealth of cultural traditions. Throughout the country, you can find plentiful spaces […]
Nancy Sathre-Vogel is a modern-day nomad and vagabond who travels the world in search of beads and other treasures. She is now pedaling the length of the Americas because her eleven-year-old sons have decided they want to get the Guinness World Record as the youngest people to cycle the Pan-American Highway. Read her reflections on the day she and her family began their journey and what they’ve learned and experienced along the way.