familyadventure Blog Posts
Following a 6:45 wakeup call and a 7:00 breakfast, my third day in the Galapagos started with a 10-minute panga ride to Cerro Dragón, Santa Cruz Island’s “Dragon Hill.” After a dry landing, we set out on a two-hour walk through dry, rocky trails bordered by cacti and trees oozing a delightfully fragrant sap that…
Hello Parents and Grandparents!I know you’ve been talking about taking your child / grandson on an adventure next year but something has stopped you from setting your plans. This year flights are limited and fares are up; let’s get going before you don’t have the choice anymore!
Are you watching National Geographic’s Great Migrations series? Beautifully done it will inspire your family to conversation and maybe new adventures. My children and I were in awe of the wildebeest and zebra thundering over the Serengeti in Tanzania, and this show will give you a sense of how breathtaking it is to be there….