7 Epic Ways to Show Your Kids the World Now
School’s out, family time is in. These experiential journeys—desert treks, ancient ruins, treasure hunts—will give kids a new perspective on the world around them.
“There are two things we should give our children,” wrote 20th-century American journalist Hodding Carter. “One is roots and the other is wings.” Of course, travel, at any age, is about more than flying to distant lands. It’s about exploring a destination to the fullest: engaging with its food, its culture and its natural heritage. For families, seeking out shared experiences has become a priority for any vacation. This summer, up the holiday ante with a trip that will help imaginations—your children’s and your own—soar.