Hilton Head is a glorious island paradise for a family getaway. This barrier island lures many to its shores to enjoy all its wonderful offerings. It has broad beaches, sub-tropical weather, low-rise oceanfront development, world-class golf and tennis, and hundreds of restaurants and shops. Make your plans and come on down to this family-pleasing island for lots of sun and fun.
Whether you are planning a full vacation or just a daytrip to Bald Head Island, you must stop by Mojo’s for some good food and the fabulous harbor atmosphere. With only six restaurants and a small wine bar on the island, your choices are somewhat limited. Two of the restaurants require either a full or temporary membership to get in the door. Mojo’s doesn’t require a membership and is just steps away from the ferry drop-off, making it easily accessible to everyone.
Finding a good restaurant on Hilton Head can be a challenging task, because there are so many great ones to choose from. There are hundreds of restaurants spanning a wide range of tastes, styles, and price ranges. After spending a week on this beautiful island, we discovered 3 restaurants that we would recommend for the good food, excellent service, and reasonable prices. If you are a seafood lover, keep reading. Every meal, we devoured was based on a piece of locally caught fish. [Read more…]
Florida is a big state, offering a plethora of vacation destinations. Orlando is on every family’s radar and is a wonderful family vacation. However, there are many other great places to visit in The Sunshine State. From a friendly chat with Visit Florida’s Family Insider, Carrie McLaren, I learned about 4 fabulous beach destinations perfectly suitable for families. McLaren travels around her state with her husband and two daughters. Here are 4 of her suggestions.
Flipping through glossy promotional brochures about Hawaii, you are bound to see an image of glowing hot lava oozing from Kilauea Volcano. After all, Kilauea is one of the most active volcanoes on Earth and a major tourist draw bringing in over 2.6 million visitors each year. Here are a few of the sites and a couple of tips for your trip to Kilauea.