As cliched as it might be, sometimes a picture really is worth a thousand words. Here we share some of our favourite photos taken on our various family adventures.
Peru with Kids: Exploring the Inca Sites around Cusco. I wasn’t sure how my children would react to yet another tour of Inca sites. Fortunately, however, they loved it! Here’s why…
Victoria and family climb aboard replica versions of Christopher Columbus’ boats in the Muelle de las Carabelas, Huelva, Southern Spain
Follow in the footsteps of Columbus with a visit to the Monastery of La Rábida, in Palos de La Frontera, Huelva, Spain. A great day out for kids.
Peru with Kids: Discovering the ancient city of Machu Picchu with kids, here’s how we did it!
Peru with Kids: The Inca ruins at Pisac is one of the finest Inca sites in the region with spectacular views, trapezoid doors and a stone shaped like a guinea pig!
Peru with Kids: Ollantaytambo, located towards the western end of The Sacred Valley, is home to a spectacular Inca fortress that once served as the royal estate for Emperor Pachacuti. Here’s how we did it with kids.
Peru with Kids: On our Journey to Machu Picchu in Peru we visited lots of Incan sites including – the kids favourites – Moray and Maras in the Sacred Valley.
Peru with Kids: Museo Inkariy was hands down the most family-friendly museum we visited on our Journey to Machu Picchu. Here’s what we thought.
Peru with Kids: One of the kids’ highlights on our Journey to Machu Picchu was our visit to Centro Texil Urpi in the Andean village of Chincheros that sits half way between Cusco and Urumbamba in Peru’s Sacred Valley.