Family travel articles on GoNOMAD Travel.
By Victoria Hart Learning to become a savvy traveler takes skill and practice. So, the earlier parents teach children to be curious, adventurous, and low maintenance travelers, the better prepared the entire family will be later in life, when opportunities for those big, exciting, “once in a lifetime” (and often expensive) trips come along. Take […]
How to survive an RV Life with your family By Christopher Elliott It happened on a hot autumn afternoon as we cruised south toward Santa Rosa, California., on Highway 101 in a 24-foot Coachmen Leprechaun recreational vehicle. “THUMP!” the camper went. Not like the kind of thump you make when you go over a speed […]
Never Start Your Flight Hungry, and other Butler’s Advice By Marley Henderson Frequent travelers are no strangers to planes; but are they truly flying the right way? Charles MacPherson’s book The Pocket Butler’s Guide to Travel provides travelers with essential advice for planning, packing, and key ingredients to make the most out of your trip. MacPherson […]
Exploring the Seabees Museum and the Rockin’ Pier at Ventura Beach California By Rina Nehdar Growing up in Santa Monica, California, I’d always thought of Ventura County as a string of farms and cold beaches lining the freeway on the way to Santa Barbara. Not so, I, my husband and two young sons recently found. […]
Anne of Green Gables on Prince Edward Island: A tour of the sites made famous by LM Montgomery’s book series about growing up on PEI in the early 1900s.
Ultimate Dinosaurs, Being Human and Racing a Cheetah among the Summer’s highlights By Brian Gage If you’re looking to “amaze your brain” this summer, look no further than the internationally acclaimed Perot Museum of Nature and Science in Dallas, Texas. A Michelin Green Guide Three-Star destination, the Perot Museum is the top cultural attraction in […]