Kumiko and Joe, parents of Clara (3) and Sonia (1) pictured here at the foot of Arenal Volcano
“It felt like being a kid again on a family vacation.
Every day there was something new and fun and I didn’t have to do a thing to make it happen.”
There are two valuable benefits to Global Family Adventures: the ability to meet the needs of everyone in the family and the removal of any vacation organizing stress. As a result, we were able to do so much in a relatively short amount of time without ever feeling crunched for time.
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Anne and David, parents of Kathryn (3) and Christopher (1) pictured here at Poas Volcano
“In November we traveled (with kids) to Costa Rica! It was fabulous!
Kathryn (3) learned some Spanish and David and I were able to do outings on our own or with other adults as childcare was provided! I liked the individual attention given to kids: toy bags for bus ride; portable potty.
Your friends, Sandra, Ray & Kyle (7)" pictured here by the Rio Sarapiqui
“Jenny and Ruurd, We wanted to say a special Big Thank you to both of you for a wonderful trip.
Your trip was our introduction to Costa Rica and it was the perfect combination of locations and experices to get a feel for a great country.
Everything was so organized and you always kept us well informed and answered all of our questions, all with a smile on your faces! You both have a gift for this type of work! Let us know if we can help your blossoming business in any way. Thanks again!
Karen, grandma of Max (3) and Annelies (1) pictured here at Sarapiqui
“I so enjoyed being in 3-4 locations/cabinas where I could unpack and stay a few days.
This way I could better appreciate the vistas, birds, ferns of the seacoast, the mountains, the beach- felt I got a more complete taste of Costa Rica via your special planning.
Traveling with toddlers in Costa Rica turned heads!
My favorite memory: Jenny leaping out of our 18 person van with potty chair and towel paper, followed quickly by toddler Geneva and Ruurd jumping out last to hold a large umbrella over the “event” as Ticos smiled from a nearby covered bus stop.”
Tom, father of twins Billy and Geneva (3) pictured here at Poas Volcano
“This was the first vacation we’ve taken with the kids where I actually felt RELAXED!”