Thailand is a country of many personalities
and is perfect for a family vacation with
teenage kids. Experience three distinct
regions of the country with sophistication,
excitement, and culture. Spend your days
exploring Bangkok, Chiang Mai, and the
beaches of Phuket and your evenings out at
sky bars and night markets.
Join in with the locals at one of Bangkok’s
many sky bars. This rooftop bar not only
crafts delicious cocktails but offers an
incredible view of the city.
Every region of Thailand has a different
culinary style, from the street carts of
Bangkok to the Lanna, Burmese, and Shan
influences in the north and the tropical
flavors of the south.
Spend a Day with an Elephant
Become a “mahout,” elephant caretaker, for
a day and learn to care for, feed, and play
with an elephant you’ll be paired up with for
the entire day.
Be a Local
From mingling with Thai locals at popular
night markets to joining Buddhist monks for
morning prayer sessions and hiking to meet
traditional Hmong Village tribes in the
Thailand: The Land, History & Culture
(Live to Travel Series)
by Tony Binso
Southwest Ireland: Kerry, Cork & Kinsale
Set off to the Emerald Isle for an exciting family
vacation! The Southwest of the country is
famous for many things, from the calm and
scenic sailing waters rich with marine life, to the
rolling green hills of the country side, and your
family will experience it all.
Travel the Countryside of County Cork
Each day will bring a new adventure and incredible
and calming views of the dramatic coastline, cute
seaside towns, and rolling green hills that seem
to go on forever.
Learn to Sail in Kinsale
Kinsale is famous for its sailing culture and heritage.
For centuries, sailors would dock in Kinsale
harbor as a place to rest after days out at sea.
Stay in a Castle
Your family will be treated like royalty while staying
in a 16th century castle and have fun exploring
the old halls and manicured grounds.
Set Sail on a Sea Safari
The small coastal fishing village of Baltimore is
quaint and its waters are home to over 20
species of whale and dolphin.
Explore Vast National Parks
Ride bikes through the Gap of Dunloe, hike in the
Slieve Mish Mountains, ride horses down rugged
pathways, and relax in quintessentially Irish pubs
for tea and snacks.
Ireland (Culture Shock! A Survival Guide to
Customs & Etiquette)
by Patricia M Levy and Danny Gralton
For families of varying ages and interests, this
Panama family vacation is the perfect mix of
adventure, relaxation, and cultural intrigue.
Visit traditional villages, walk city streets lined
with skyscrapers, explore remote islands,
search for exotic wildlife, and zip-line through
a cloud forest canopy.
Meet the Emberá Tribe
Visit a local indigenous community to learn
about their culture and lifestyle and watch as
your kids make friends with the friendly kids
of the Emberá.
Up Close Look at the Panama Canal
Get an up close look at this modern engineering
marvel on a tour of the Miraflores Locks, an
information center and three levels of viewing
points to watch the ships as they pass through.
Explore Remote Gamez Island
Take a boat ride to the remote and exotic
Gamez Island for a relaxed, no frills day of
playing on gorgeous white-sand beaches and
swimming in clear turquoise waters.
Hike a Trail of Suspended Bridges in Boquete
Find adventure and wildlife while hiking across
suspended bridges in the highland jungles of
Boquete, a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Ride a Jungle Aerial Tram
See the rainforest from the top down on an
aerial tram ride that travels through the tree
tops to a hill top for a magnificent view.
Panama (Cultures of the World)
by Susan M Hassig and Lynette Quek