Exotic Travel Destinations for Families
by Jennifer M. Nichols and Bill Nichols


ISBN: 9781891661365
$16.95 ©2004
Softcover 312 pages
24 Photos; 6 Maps
6 x 9
Travel
Want to stare eye-to-eye with giant tortoises in the Galapagos? How about rent a luxurious castle in Italy? Or view prolific wildlife on safari in Tanzania? Interested in taking your children to Bora Bora, Cambodia, or Iceland? Exotic Travel Destinations for Families is your passport to exhilarating family travel to 23 exciting countries in six different regions: Europe, Africa, Asia, Central America, South America, and French Polynesia. Explore the world with first person accounts of parents and their children traveling in harmony and discovering exotic cultures, experiencing eye-opening adventures, and meeting fascinating people from around the globe.

In addition to the humorous and informative first-person stories of families traveling in each of the included countries, Exotic Travel Destinations for Families features everything you need to know to appropriately plan and prepare for your trip: When to go, what to bring, how to get there, and how to get around once you've arrived. Additionally, medical and safety concerns and planning are thoroughly addressed for each destination.

Recommendations for exciting things to do and see, and suggestions for hotels, restaurants, and other travel literature are also included. And there's a section on sending your teens to language immersion courses as well as one on community service in foreign countries. So grab your passports and gather your children . . . and get ready to explore the world!

Jennifer M. Nichols and her husband, Bill, believe in global family travel. In fact, once their children were born they gave each one a three-month respite, then bundled them up to travel across continents and oceans. Now teenagers, these two children have journeyed to 27 countries on 5 continents, and have participated in safaris, animal treks, sports adventures, historical trips, eco-tourism, camping, cruises, hiking, farm holidays, visits to indigenous cultures . . . and just relaxing. These traveling children provided their mother with broad-based experiences of the rigors, challenges, and joys of traveling with children.