Dia de Los Muertos in Cozumel, Mexico

Dia de Los Muertos in Cozumel, Mexico

Dia de Los Muertos is a sacred tradition among the Mexican people. The day of the dead celebration is a time for the living to pay homage to their dead ancestors. But did you know that you can experience Dia de Los Muertos any day 

What to See at Kauai’s Fern Grotto

What to See at Kauai’s Fern Grotto

Kauai is Hawaii’s Garden Isle. When you take the Fern Grotto tour, you will understand why the island gets that name. The Fern Grotto highlights the lush landscape that has made Kauai a destination location, What is the Fern Grotto? The Fern Grotto is a 

Explore Jamaica’s Green Grotto Caves

Explore Jamaica’s Green Grotto Caves

Want to explore something different while in Jamaica? Sure, there are beaches, rivers, and falls. And there are caves. Our family explored Jamaica’s Green Grotto Cave instead of spending a day at the beach during our stop to Falmouth on a recent Royal Caribbean Cruise. 

What You Need to Know for Visiting Pearl Harbor

What You Need to Know for Visiting Pearl Harbor

When our family planned a trip to Hawaii, I knew that the one thing I wanted to do on the island of Oahu was visit Pearl Harbor. Pearl Harbor is one of the most iconic sites in American history. On the morning of December 7, 

Best Family Activities on Kauai

Best Family Activities on Kauai

Kauai is the Garden Island of Hawaii. After spending five days on the island, we can confirm that it deserves this name. The scenery is stunning and once you are on the island, it is difficult to leave. Fortunately, there are plenty of family activities 

Dinosaur Ridge: Walking in the Steps of Dinos in Colorado

Dinosaur Ridge: Walking in the Steps of Dinos in Colorado

Updated July 2, 2019 by Lance at Family Well Traveled Sometimes my kids (and my wife) complain that I am older than a dinosaur. It’s true that I am old enough to remember the Flintstones as more than vitamins or a live-action movie, but I 

Entertaining and Family Friendly Northern Nevada

Entertaining and Family Friendly Northern Nevada

I was born and raised in the “Biggest Little City in the World.” Reno, Nevada — like it’s southern counterpart Las Vegas — is not considered a family friendly destination. In the 1930s and 40s it was the Divorce Capital of the World, as many 

Sweet Delights at Cozumel’s Mayan Cacao Company

Sweet Delights at Cozumel’s Mayan Cacao Company

My son is not a chocolate lover. If he did not look exactly like me, I might question if he was truly part of our family. I was therefore surprised when he expressed interest in a tour of the Mayan Cacao Company in Cozumel, Mexico. 

Guide to General Grant and Hamilton Grange National Memorials

Guide to General Grant and Hamilton Grange National Memorials

Unable to get tickets to the Broadway musical sensation┬áHamilton? Instead you can visit his home, the Grange, located in Harlem. My trip to Manhattan took me on a journey to Morningside Heights and Harlem where I toured the sites of two American icons — President 

Get the Gold Medal Treatment at the U.S. Olympic Training Center in Colorado Springs

Get the Gold Medal Treatment at the U.S. Olympic Training Center in Colorado Springs

We love the Olympic Games. For two weeks, the world comes together to watch the triumphs (and sometimes the tragedies) of the world’s elite athletes. We enjoyed Olympic Winter Games to begin this year in PyeongChang, South Korea and we’re excited for the 2020 Summer