Got a little animal lover or climate warrior in the family? Take them to the Galapagos Islands where they can get acquainted with over 2000 endemic species. Natural history lessons have never been more fun.
Few countries are more welcoming than Brazil. The magnificent beaches, tropical forests, and thundering waterfalls are as eye-catching as the life-loving locals. And they love kids as much as samba and soccer.
From Kung Fu masters to giant pandas and terracotta armies, China has heaps of thrilling things for kids to see and do. The year of the pig is an auspicious time to travel to China, a land of extreme contrasts where history and hyper-modernity collide.
With more cosmopolitan verve than its village vibe suggests, Dublin is the perfect city for a laidback long weekend. A muse to generations of writers and musicians, Dublin hums with creativity and energy.
With a population that represents 200 nations, Toronto is not just a “city in a park” — it’s a microcosm on a lake. With its lively ethnic enclaves, amazing museums, and outdoor adventures on the doorstep, this is a city all the family will love.
Nothing says Americana like the cowboy. Star in your own Western on a ranch holiday, where you can wrangle cattle, go fly fishing, and gallop across the great outdoors on horseback. It’s the ultimate natural high. Now with the added luxury of five-star cabins, holistic spa treatments, and gourmet dinner around the campfire.
Canals, clogs, bicycles, boats and pancakes. Amsterdam has all the ingredients for a perfect family holiday. This winter, treat the kids to a long weekend at the Conservatorium Hotel, a five-star landmark with plenty to keep everyone happy, from toddlers to teens. Not to mention parents who could use some pampering.