Americas

Family travel in the Americas including North America, Central America and South America. Tips for visiting Mexico with kids as well as Canada, the USA, Peru, Guatemala, Jamaica, Chile, Costa Rica, Panama and Nicaragua.

Family Hotel Review: The Bungalows, Cabo San Lucas, Mexico

The Bungalows, Cabo San Lucas

Family Hotel Review: The Bungalows, Cabo San Lucas, Baja California, Mexico

In a town filled with mega-resorts and malls The Bungalows offers simple, affordable family accommodation with delicious breakfasts to boot!

Best For: Families not wanting an all-inclusive resort; kids of all ages.

Reviewed by: Katja Gaskell

Family Hotel Review: Casa Tota, Baja California

Hotel Casa Tota, Baja California

Family Hotel Review: Hotel Casa Tota, Baja California, Mexico

A friendly little hotel in the heart of bohemian Todos Santos that offers excellent value for money and the best breakfasts in Baja California.

Best for: Wallet- and family-friendly accommodation; kids of all ages

Reviewed by: Katja Gaskell

Family Hotel Review: El Diablo y La Sandia

El Diablo y La Sandia B&B, Oaxaca, Mexico

Family Hotel Review: El Diablo y La Sandia B&B

A cosy B&B in the heart of Oaxaca’s old town that offers homely, London-inspired accommodation.

Best for: Friendly budget accommodation; kids of all ages

Reviewed by: Katja Gaskell

Family Hotel Review - Posada Margherita

Posada Margherita, Tulum, Mexico

Family Hotel Review: Posada Margherita, Tulum Mexico

An eco-chic family beachfront retreat popular with Hollywood stars, LA stylists, New York hipsters…and us.

Best for: Seeing and being seen; big kids and teens but all ages welcome.

Reviewed by: Katja Gaskell

My Family Adventure: Epic American Road Trip

An epic American road trip with kids

By Shannon Entin, from 100 Routes Across America. Our family spent two months skiing in Lake Tahoe, Calif., so we decided to make our drive from New Jersey into an epic, 10-day road trip adventure!

Family Holidays Panama

Three of the best places to see in Panama with kids

By Tara Cannon: Family travel blogger Tara of Pint Size Pilot, travelled to Panama with her two children for a Panama Jungle Adventure. She wanted to her children to see monkeys, toucans, and sloths in their natural habitat, rather than behind bars in a zoo.

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