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Destinations

In 2009, we sold our house to travel the world as a family, experience new cultures and languages, and expand our minds. So far, we’ve been to over 40 countries and dozens of cities and towns. Below, you can find a map of the highlights. Clicking any location will take you to posts about that location. (Note: Some of the places we’ve traveled may not have yet made it into blog posts or on this map.)

We have over 10 years of experience traveling with kids of every age from 0 to 15, and we’re passionate about encouraging other families who are interested in long-term travel.

Families who are interested in doing this often have many questions from education and finance, to packing and luggage, to safety and healthcare, to locations and community. If you’d like support in your travel journey, be sure to check out the annual Family Adventure Academy, a 3-day live bootcamp for parents who want to take their families on a travel adventure.

If your family is ready to hit the road, even for a week, we’d love to see you at the Family Adventure Summit an annual 4-day event for families in held exciting locations around the world where you can meet other inspiring families who are doing this, too, and receive encouragement and support in your journey.

For online support, check out our Family Travel Accelerator course, with over 6 hours of training on questions from how to fund your travels, to how to decide where to go, along sharing what we’ve learned on our journey

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Where Are We Going?

  • July 26th – Aug 26, 2018: Ljubljana, Slovenia
  • August 26 – August 30: On planes…
  • August 30 – Sept 12th: Everett, WA & Maui, Hawaii
  • Sept 16 – Nov 29th: San Miguel de Allende for The Family Adventure Summit
  • November 30th – December 28th: Bali, Indonesia
  • December 28th – January 14th: Kerala, India
  • January 14th – March 14: Bali, Indonesia
  • March 14 – March 28: Luang Prabang, Laos
  • March 28th – May 23: Bali, Indonesia
  • May 23 – June 26: Europe (Germany, Austria, and Czech Republic)
  • June 26 – July 18: Transylvania, Romania for At Home in the World Retreat
  • July 18-July 28: Salt Lake City, Utah
  • July 28-Aug 26: Seattle, Washington (for Family Adventure Academy)
  • Aug 26-Oct 23: Bali, Indonesia (for Family Adventure Summit)

Latest Travel Posts

Finding Home In San Miguel De Allende Family / Mexico / San Miguel

As you may have seen on Facebook, our traveling family of five recently purchased a home in beautiful San Miguel De Allende, Mexico! We fell in love with this place the first time we visited. We love the culture, the growing worldschooling community, the many opportunities for our girls to take classes at reasonable prices, the eternal spring climate, and of course, the low cost...

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Bali / Indonesia / Travel

From the minute we first arrived in Ubud, Bali over five years ago, we knew that it was a place our family wanted to settle down in. After living in Costa Rica, Bali was an exciting change for our family. Ubud is the spiritual center of the predominantly Hindu island of Bali and we immediately found ourselves to be in-tune with the slow, intuitive, and...

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The Family Adventure Summit Travel

I am so excited for the Family Adventure Summit! If you’re at all interested in family travel, then I highly encourage you to check out this live event. We’ll cover all aspects of long-term family travel, from finances and ways to fund your travels while saving big on expenses, to education on the road, to community building, to making it all a more meaningful and connecting...

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Highlights of 2016 Personal / Travel

Another amazing year has passed! This one had some truly epic moments and some big changes in direction for us as a family. In 2016, we visited six countries, including Fiji, New Zealand, Australia, Indonesia (Bali), Canada, and the USA. Below I’ll highlight some of my best photos from each place and share a little overview of our experience there. Breckenridge, Colorado We started off...

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Finances / Travel

Traveling with your family doesn’t have to break the bank! One of the biggest expenses of family travel (after airfare) is the price of accommodation. But there are easy ways to save thousands of dollars on family accommodation AND stay in places that are much more enjoyable than a hotel room! How do we save money on accommodation? We Book Houses Or Apartments – Not...

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12 Tips For Extended Travel With Children Education / Family / Personal / Travel

Traveling with our children for the past seven years has been more of a catalyst for learning than we ever imagined, and our expectations were quite high to begin with. We value learning together in new and unfamiliar territory, expanding our comfort zones, and exploring the wonders to be savored in foreign lands. The reality we identified with at the time we started our journey...

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Entrepreneurship / Goals / Personal / Travel

While many people would love to travel long-term with their families, the task of figuring out to how to fund a traveling lifestyle can seem daunting. It is hard to figure out where to even begin, when all you have known your whole life is how to create a conventional life with a conventional 9-5 job. I made this video to help you brainstorm ideas on...

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Family / Personal / Travel

Is it safe to travel the world with your family? One question I hear over and over from people considering traveling with their family is, “How do I keep my family safe while traveling?” In this video, I share my own tips for traveling safely as a family, drawing from our family’s experience over the last seven years of travel.  I also share some common...

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A Scrumptious Hibernation in Nelson, New Zealand Education / Family / Food / Music / New Zealand / Personal / Travel

Believe it or not, we’re homebodies. It may seem paradoxical that we’re also long-term traveling, worldschooling adventurers. Those things don’t typically go together, do they? But for us, they seem to work out quite magically. I’m reminded of the hobbits in Lord of the Rings. They aren’t necessarily wired for adventures, but some find travel to be invaluably “precious” in their journey through life. We see worldschooling as a...

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