Family travel articles on GoNOMAD Travel.
By Emily Fagan For a unique family travel experience, you can’t beat Goblin Valley, Utah. Situated between Utah’s more popular (and crowded) national parks, this unusual state park, and the nearby Little Wild Horse Slot Canyon offer fun and adventure for young and old alike. We visited in October, a great time of year when […]
By Andrea Bailey I watch unperturbed as my husband of nine years wraps his arms around Brigitte Bardot in a tender embrace, blissfully unaware of passers-by. Ms. Bardot doesn’t seem to mind a bit as she sits gazing out at the turquoise ocean. It could be that she has grown accustomed to the attention, sitting […]
By Cynthia Roderick For the last two years, my sisters and I have met on Martha’s Vineyard to celebrate the winter holidays at the Christmas in Edgartown festival. The weekend event is usually held in early to mid-December. For three days we feast and laugh and sing. We ooooh and ahhh at the holiday lights […]
By Jenny Gilbert A group shot in the Sacred Valley of the Incas – photos by Jenny Hartshorne Since I’ve been back from my seven-day vacation in Peru, friends ask me, “Hey what have you been up to this summer?” I love saying I went to Peru… There’s a bit of mystery to it. Not […]
Boston With Kids: A Real Family-Friendly Destination By Jacqueline Church Sure, there’s lots of history here. The Freedom Trail, the historic battles, the Old North Church, Paul Revere’s ride… but what else can you find in Boston? Blue men, enormous swans, and a green monster. How about whales, seals, and robots? It’s all here. Here […]
A family vacation in Guatemala, including climbing the Mayan towers of Tikal, zip lining and taking a Spanish language class in Guatemala city.
By Moumita Deb “Oh Mamma, are we really going to see Pandas?” asked my six-year-old son, Soham, goggle-eyed with excitement, as we discussed our vacation to China with our two children. For both our children, China was synonymous with cuddly Pandas and the Great Wall, and they couldn’t wait to see both. Ever since I […]
By Kate Hartshorne Nestled into seven miles of white sandy beach, Old Orchard Beach, Maine, and its surrounding community is the perfect place for a family vacation. This long strip of heaven is ideal for swimming, sandcastles, or digging for clams. Having frequented this part of Maine often with my parents when I was a […]