British Columbia

There’s a Magical Story-filled Light Up Night Walk in Whistler – and It’s Staying for the Winter

There’s a magical experience coming to Whistler and you’re going to want to add it to your travel plans this fall and winter. Vallea Lumina, is a popular summer walk takes you through the forest just ten minutes from Whistler Village is now being adapted for a winter show that completely immerses you in a […]

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Alberta

Cliff Jumping with Kids at Horseshoe Lake in Jasper

As our kids get older, we can embark on more and more adventurous activities. One of those activities: cliff jumping at Horseshoe Lake, has been on our Jasper bucket list for ages but the trail isn’t exactly toddler-friendly, and neither is the freezing cold water from the natural cliffs created in the horseshoe-shaped lake. Cliff […]

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Travel Inspiration

UNESCO Adds Third World Heritage Site in Iceland

There’s one more reason to travel to Iceland and explore with kids. UNESCO has approved Iceland’s application to include the newly-expanded Vatnajökull National Park as a World Heritage Site. Vatnajökull National park will become Iceland’s third UNESCO World Heritage Site, and the first that receives the accolade for its unique nature. This iconic volcanic region […]

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Alberta

Jasper Raft Tours has Kid-Friendly Rafting on the Athabasca River

When you’re thinking about kid-friendly summer activities in Jasper, rafting isn’t usually the first thing that comes to mind, right? Wrong. Jasper Raft Tours has a rafting trip that’s friendly for all ages, from toddlers to grandparents. Kid-friendly in mind, you can take kids two and up on the Jasper Raft Trip through Jasper National […]

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British Columbia

Giant Ice Cream, Llamas and Cliff Jumping – What to do at Shuswap Lake with Kids

Does an eight hour road trip seem daunting to you? We thought so too, but if you leave early enough in the morning and plan your side-of-the-road trips stops accordingly, it’s actually pretty painless. Last week, we took a last minute trip to Shuswap Lake with the kids – and they loved it. Get the Biggest Ice […]

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British Columbia

Road Trip: Renting a Boat to explore Shuswap Lake

Exploring on the water is a whole new way to discover those access by boat only places, on Shuswap Lake. It’s your chance to explore cliff jumping, spend the afternoon tubing on the lake, visit the Shark Shack, the floating restaurant or find the rope swing and jump into the cold, clear waters. There are […]

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Disney

The Cheapest Disney Souvenir (That Will Send You on a Bonus Scavenger Hunt)

Shopping for merchandise at Disney Parks can get expensive – the styled theme park ears, collector pins, lanyards and clothing is costly, especially if you’re travelling with multiple children. These souvenirs are inexpensive, and give you the joy of searching for the pennies in shops and kiosks around the park. There are 26 coin press machines […]

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Las Vegas

Exploring: The Neon Museum in Las Vegas

The Neon Museum is one of those moments that I wanted to experience, right at the top of my list by sit poolside and enjoy many a slushie drinks while we’re spending an adult only weekend in Las Vegas. It makes the list of the ‘top things to do in Vegas’ in most places that […]

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Alberta

Visit Santa’s Cabin in Jasper at Christmas

Christmas passes quickly, but we’ve got a secret to slowing it down. It’s easy: get out of town. Get away from the hustle and bustle of the city, the carting around from house to house, and family dinner to family dinner. Spend it watching Christmas movies, walking in fresh show and in the mountain air. […]

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Flight Sale

Flight Sale: Edmonton to Tokyo for $596 Return with Dates between Nov 2018 and April 2019

Are you starting to think about exploring over spring break with the kids? There’s a flight sale between Edmonton and Tokyo with ANA Airlines from $597 return that you’re going to want to take advantage of. Using the flight tool at ANA, you can play around the dates and see dates between November and April […]

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