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Things To Do With Kids In Japan


­­­Japan is a land of contrasts; there is nowhere else on earth quite like it: a centuries-old rich culture that is today a pillar and path-breaker of technological innovation. What’s more, everything in it seems to have been designed for bright, active and imaginative minds to enjoy; no wonder kids love it! Home of manga, anime, sushi, Pokemon and Nintendo, it is guaranteed to leave them wanting more.  

Things To Do With Kids In Iceland


Remote and aloof, shrouded in myth and legend, Iceland may not, at first, jump out as the ideal destination to take the kids for a vacation. But can that be really true in a country whose citizens secretly believe in elves? Read on to find out why Iceland rocks as the perfect kid-friendly vacation spot:  

Things To Do With Kids in Croatia


Croatia has emerged as the brand new jewel of the Mediterannean (well, Adriatic, if you want to get technical), and arguably the best in recent years, and it is only getting better. Apart from the hedonistic EDM festivals that light up the country all through summer, and the mandatory tour of GOT's King's "Dubrovnik" Landing, here are a few more reasons to head out there with the kids and family for a vacay experience that can't be beat.   

Things To Do With Kids in Peru


Aloof, mysterious, colorful, and shrouded in ancient myth and legend, Peru is so much more than just ruins and some of the world's best food (although we'd recommend you go there just for that!). Before you make any plans to pack off the kids to grandma's, take a look at how special Peru can be for the little (and not so little) ones.     1) GET A CRASH COURSE IN CHOCOLATE-MAKING!

Things To Do With Kids in Brazil


If your impression of Brazil is that of an 'adult destination' (and it would be if you watch a lot of movies; all those hot, steamy beaches and grungy favelas ​and that strangely upbeat calypso soundtrack), then think again. In the hands of a local expert, this most iconic of South American destinations can transform into something marvelously kid-friendly as, say, Disneyland, but with real animals and true-to-life happy endings (read: memories the family will share over dinner tables for a lifetime).