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Family vacations are opportunities to connect and grow, relax, and recharge, but they can also be opportunities for magical, cultural experiences.

As families, we thrive on creating memories and experiences; souvenirs that will last a lifetime. And as social media sparks a growing interest to visit places we have never ventured before, the daunting task of planning and executing such vacations can paralyze us and strip us of our deepest desires, especially for families with younger children or special needs.

As a mother who has traveled across the Atlantic and the Pacific with children as young as 18 months and with special needs, and visited a variety of national parks and amusement attractions, I’m here to help guide you to opportunities of once-in-a-lifetime experiences; opportunities for magic and international growth.  

I want to help you reach beyond the textbook and touch the world.