If you're still in the planning phases of your next family vacation, you'll want to read our expert advice on how to save money, how to choose a destination, best times of the year for family travel, and what to pack.
Stressed-out about being airborne with your infant? Don't be. These insider tips will ensure a safer and smoother trip for the whole family.
Need some chill time? We are helping you both get out of town for some pre-baby R+R! We've picked eight great trips, all fairly close to home and all particularly pregnancy-friendly.
Hulas, glaciers, a certain amusement park. Parents readers told us the places you'd most like to take the family on vacation, and we're going to help you get there (on a budget!).
If you're traveling with kids, you know planning ahead is key. Here's a checklist -- adapted from the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) Web site -- to help you make the journey with minimal hassle.
Your guide to traveling with a toddler -- without losing your mind.
We investigated the space, satisfaction ratings, starting prices, and kids' programs at 60-plus hotel chains so you can book your next trip--whether it's to visit family or Mickey--with peace of mind.
Get out there and enjoy the journey! Here's what I learned after my one-year-old twin babies' first major road trip.
If you've ever had the urge to send your teenager packing, now's your chance: Give them this checklist and let them pack their own bags. (Okay, there's also a checklist for things you might want to hold on to yourself, like your child's ID and first aid supplies.) Here's everything your teen needs to be prepared for your next trip.
Parents teamed up with TripAdvisor to find all-inclusive resorts in the U.S., the Caribbean, and Mexico that are rated highly by families. We then dug further to home in on places that expose your kids to cool activities--from treasure hunts to trapeze tricks--while you're off trying something new or happily doing nothing. Start planning now!
More than 2 million expectant couples take a pre-baby trip each year. Why not join them? Use this guide, inspired by real travelers, to revel in your relationship before shifting to parent mode.
Experience Atlantis Paradise Island and learn why it is a great destination for a family-friendly winter getaway or a vacation any time of the year.
Katie, age 11, gives us a look at what she did on her Disney cruise, which included exploring the ship's themed areas and playing on Disney's private island.
Planning a trip to Charleston, South Carolina? Here are 3 family-friendly ways you can enjoy the Lowcountry.
Fantasizing about a few days away without the kids, but aren't sure you can go through with it yet? Find out if you're ready for your first child-free vacation!Take Quiz
A weekend trip to one of these special spots may be just what you need to recharge your relationship.
These cheap family vacation spots offer family vacations on a budget.
Vacations change drastically once baby makes his or her entrance. So it's no wonder many couples opt for a babymoon--one last getaway before two become three. While babymooning can be romantic and relaxing, keep these things in mind before booking your dream trip.
Get all the details you'll need to plan a bucket-list trip with your family.
What needs to be in your child's suitcase.
The experts from TravelingMom.com answer all your burning budget-vacation questions so you can plan the trip of a lifetime--without breaking the bank. Get ready to steal their top 10 sneaky, money-saving strategies!
Sometimes it seems like preschoolers should come with their own bellhops. Here's everything you need to be prepared for your next trip.
Cannonballs! Sailboat races! And...sand castles! We've teamed up with the travel gurus at TravelingMom.com to bring you six wonderful freshwater destinations that offer everything you love about lakes--with beaches to boot.
Make the most of your Disney trip with our handy guide to FastPass+, a smart way to reserve Disney experiences before your vacation even begins.
Try these 10 clever ways to make your summer vacation more affordable -- without sacrificing fun.
In a new survey, most parents said they had no activities planned for their kids this summer. (We've got some ideas for you!)