Family travel articles on GoNOMAD Travel.
California’s Sonoma County isn’t just about wine: families are also a priority! With Santa Rosa as a base of operations, there’s a wide variety of kid-friendly destinations.
ViaHero, a peer-to-peer platform, will help travelers make the best of their vacation to Puerto Rico. By Kayla McMillan Hurricane Maria struck land in Puerto Rico on September 20, 2017. The tragic destruction of a beautiful island put Puerto Rico out of power in most areas and destroyed much of its beauty that visitors have […]
Indiana has a new national park, made up of Sand dunes. By Kayla McMillan Indiana Dunes National Lakeshore was officially renamed Indiana Dunes National Park, making it the 61st U.S. national park. After a 103-year-long effort instigated by the US National Park Service, Indiana finally homes the newest national park. This makes Indiana Dunes National […]
A Fruit Picking vacation with the Kids? Why not! By Christopher Elliott A fruit picking vacation may be among the most adventurous and creative family getaways. I know because I’m looking at a cluster of ripening bananas on my kitchen counter that we harvested. Our visit to Hilo, Hawaii, just turned into what my eldest […]
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 […]
Childhood Memories Savored at Lunchbox Museum By Jackie Sheckler Finch Like a little girl on her first day of school, Shelby Guest picked up the Twiggy lunchbox and hugged it as though it still contained some delicious childhood goodies. “I had one just like this when I was a kid,” she said. “This brings back […]
How to survive an RV Vacation 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 […]
Miami’s Not Just for the Cool Twenty-Somethings! Family Fun in the Magic City By Vianessa Castanos Miami has become one of the most sought-after global vacation destinations for a reason so we teamed up with Expedia.com to highlight ways to make the most of this bustling destination. Sure, it’s home to some of the best […]
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 has led a successful career as a residential and corporate […]
By Paul Shoul GoNOMAD Staff In Damariscotta Maine, oyster growers, foodies, chefs, travelers, and locals gathered in June for three days of total oyster culture immersion at the first ever Damariscotta Oyster Celebration. Blessed with perfect conditions for producing this marvelous mollusk, the 19-mile long Damariscotta tidal river winds its way to the Atlantic Ocean. […]
Belize: The size of Massachusetts with only 250,000 residents Belize greets its visitors with the promise of unforgettable adventure rivaled by no other country. Where else, in the span of a single day, can you walk among ancient Mayan ruins, trek through a lush rainforest jungle and explore the longest barrier reef in the Western […]