Archive for February 2013
Find Adventure, Connect with Nature in Patagonia
Adventure means many things. “Adventure” is defined in the dictionary as “an undertaking or enterprise of a hazardous nature; an unusual or exciting experience; participation in hazardous or exciting experiences.” Today, we have less new places and new worlds to discover. Our worlds today are about self-discovery. It’s more about taking yourself to the extremes…Read More
Can your family benefit from an eco-friendly adventure vacation?
Would you and your family prefer to scale a mountain in Colorado or the Himalayas, go scuba diving in the Caribbean or Australia, or wander through a farmer’s market in Italy or Vietnam? What counts — for each of us — is the new ways we see the world — and possibly make new friends…Read More
Three reasons to take an Eco-Friendly family vacation in Montana
Your next Eco-Friendly family vacation might be to Montana. The Nature Conservancy has just the place for the whole family to explore the untamed, the wild, and the natural.. In 1979, The Nature Conservancy became owners of the historic PineButteGuestRanch . Pine Butte Guest Ranch is set on Montana’s Rocky Mountain Front, where the mountains…Read More
Why is Belize a good family Eco-Friendly vacation spot?
Why is Belize a good choice for an Eco-Friendly family vacation? The best answer is that it offers children a good mix of education and water fun. Of interest to parents and your pocket book is that most hotels in Belize give discounts for children under 12 years old and children under 4 years old…Read More