San Diego is one of the most kid-friendly destinations in the United States. There are so many amazing things to do in San Diego with kids, but did you know that there are lots of excellent kid-friendly hikes in San Diego?
Traveling to San Diego with a baby and/or toddler is a great idea for a family vacation. There are so many kid-friendly things to do in San Diego, it’s easy to get around, there’s plenty of kid-friendly places to eat and stay.
Our 2.5 year old daughter loves zoo animals – she would visit the zoo every day if she had a chance. It was a no-brainer to add the San Diego Zoo and Safari Park to our itinerary when we were looking for things to do in San Diego with a toddler and a baby. We were excited to take her to see the many animals that aren’t found in our local zoo, especially the pandas, polar bears, koalas and orangutans.
There are many fun things to do in Sedona with kids, but without question the kid-friendly hikes in Sedona are the best. Sedona’s dramatic, towering red rocks are so much fun for kids of all ages to explore.
The annual summer vacation is something my parents gifted to my sister and I growing up. Now that I have a family of my own, I am excited to share the joy of travel with my daughter Annika.
I recently discovered that there is a word, solivagant, which means someone who wanders alone.
In 2015, two solivagants married. My husband and I met via a global travel community and bonded over our love of wandering. When our son was born in 2017, we promised to travel with our baby and to show him the world.
My husband and I both love to travel, but traveling with a baby for the first time and doing it in the winter was new for us. I have family living in Ottawa, Canada and we have visited several times over the years. Ottawa is beautiful, has a small town feel, great food and the downtown core is easy to get around in! There are so many things to do in Ottawa in the winter, as we learned while traveling with our baby.
When we decided to have a baby, we also decided that we would not stop doing the things we love. For us that includes traveling and hiking. We knew that traveling and hiking with a baby would be a little different, and we’ve quickly learned to embrace life and travel at a slower pace. (Literally- when you are carrying a 13lb baby on your chest, you’re forced to slow down a bit!)
My baby boy was about six months old when we took an impromptu trip to Niagara Falls. It was an unplanned trip with an infant, so we expected there to be quite a bit of chaos. Much to our surprise, the trip went off without a hitch and we had an excellent time on our very first family vacation.
I love Disney! Disneyland! Disney movies! Disney channel! The Disney Store! If it’s Disney, chances are I love it. When I describe myself to others I …