Kalu Yala, Iceland or the Arctic Circle, where will you be headed this year?

Have you heard about Kalu Yala? Bet you haven’t! But if you’re one who seeks adventure and more on holiday, then Kalu Yala is the place to go. It’s not your run-off-the-mill holiday destination – in fact, it’s almost a way of life. Nestled in the Panamanian rainforest, Kalu Yala is in the process of building the world’s most sustainable modern village in an ecologically-responsible way. Think sustainable education, community spirit, farm-to-table meals, off-the-grid living and free Spanish classes!

At the Kalu Yala Institute, you can apply your passions to the real world. If you want the truth about Kalu Yala it has plenty to offer, and you will love to go!

I asked other bloggers what their most unique travel destinations were, and surprise, most are do-able even with kids! Have a read and make 2018 your year of adventure…



Star Harford from Autism Kids on Tour

We go on holiday once a year to the Arctic Circle and the children adore it! They love nothing better than waist deep snow and endless sledging and say it is better than Disney World – even if they have to wear 12 layers and its -34!

Eileen from 2 Nerds and a Baby

Iceland – the blue lagoon, black sand beaches, Northern Lights! It would be a dream holiday and there’s plenty of activities for the whole family.

Helena from Babyfoote

Thailand! The Chiang Rao Hot Springs, the amazing, spectacular, weird White Temple (Wat Rong Khun) which is a Buddhist temple-cum-art exhibit and the the village of the Long Necks. All unique sights to see.

Emma from Our Fairytale Adventure 

Giethoorn in The Netherlands. It isn’t that well known, but is absolutely beautiful. It’s a water village about an hour and a half outside of Amsterdam and is only accessible by boat, bike or foot. It’s an absolutely stunning place. We had the most amazing time boating on the lake, meandering down the canals and eating ice cream.

Katherine from Passports and Adventures

Yellowstone National Park – we went with our then 3-year-old last year and we were worried that he wouldn’t enjoy it. We were very wrong. He loved seeing the steam from the geysers and fountain pots, loved throwing stones into the Yellowstone River and also spotting bison as we drove around the park. People might not think of it as a place to bring kids, especially young kids, but it was worth the 11 hour flight from the UK and 800 miles driving from Portland. I’d do it again in a heartbeat.

Ro from Travel Tiddlers

Iceland or Greenland. I have been to both and they were amazing!!!

And if the above suggestions aren’t enough, I’ve included some more travel bucket list ideas. Enjoy!

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