Family travel articles on GoNOMAD Travel.
Top Ten Fun Family Places in Portland, Oregon As recomended by Portland natives! by Stephanie DiCarlo Portland is a great city, and as it turns out, a very family friendly one. Full of unique museums, entertainment, amazing food, and beautiful nature, Portland holds more for the family than one might expect. As recomended by Oregon […]
Touring with Toddlers in Puerto Vallarta, Mexico By Bonnie Way Puerto Vallarta, Mexico, is a popular tourist destination, whether visitors are arriving via cruise ships or staying at one of the many all-inclusive hotels and resorts. With 250,000 permanent residents, Puerto Vallarta attracts nearly 3 million visitors each year and is a generous, hospitable […]
New Hampshire’s White Mountains. Kate Hartshorne casts her line and visits the family attractions and goes fishing as well hiking with a local guide.
Carrying On a Child on a Plane? These 10 Safety Tips Will Keep Your Holiday Flight Safe By Louie Delaware For many families who don’t live in the same area, ‘tis the season to travel. If you’ll be heading “over the river and through the woods”—via the airport—in order to spend the holidays with loved ones, […]
Lake Charles festivities include neither flashers nor drunks By Eleanor Hendricks McDaniel It may be called Mardi Gras (Fat Tuesday), Carnevale or Carnival, but it represents the merriment that overflows the weeks before the somber 40 days of sacrifice and prayer of the Lenten season. So it was reassuring to discover Lake Charles, Louisiana, a […]
In the Land of the Butterflies: Visiting the Monarch Butterfly Biosphere Reserve in Mexico By Molly Beer So often, travel aims for the superlative: the tallest mountain, the whitest beach, the greatest distance, the wildest ride. But, sometimes, small things can evoke awe of equal magnitude. Particularly small things in very large numbers. The monarch […]
Chicken Pox in Kerala, India: What do you do when your child gets sick abroad? By Fiona Baker The Bethsaida Hermitage, Kovlam, India When we landed in Kerala, India, November 2010, we couldn’t understand why our five-year-old daughter, Aida, was so irritable. She normally enjoys flying and travels well. We were staying at the Bethsaida […]
Rising Son: A Father and Son’s Bike Adventure Across Japan By Charles R. Scott In the summer of 2009, Charles Scott, a 41-year old executive at Intel Corporation, took a 2-month unpaid leave of absence to cycle the length of Japan with his 8-year-old son, Sho, on a connected trailer cycle. The pair covered 2,500 […]