For those who want to take a peek at our travels over the years, the below video is a nice little recap of our adventures around the world with our twin boys from when they were one until now. We are not done exploring, so join our email list to find out where we will explore next! It’s not just about us though. Through travel, our family is truly able to engage with other while connecting to the world. Allow me to curate a vacation customized to your travel style that will allow you to do the same.
Turks & Caicos 2022
Rhine River Cruise
Join The Explore More Family as they see as much as possible during their 48 hour stopover in London.
Join us as we explore this national park full of geological wonders, beautiful vistas, and one of a kind animals. Yellowstone was the most epic part of our epic 30 day road trip from North Carolina to the western United States.
Explore The Badlands in South Dakota with Explore More Family Travel as we take our epic road trip out west from North Carolina!
The last week of our National Park road trip #schoolcation was spent in Utah & Arizona, where we saw 4 amazing National Parks. We loved exploring this part of the world and made this little video to share with you.
Lovely little afternoon enjoying downtown Hendersonville and apple picking at Jeter Mountain Farm. We usually only highlight our big trips, but sometimes a simple adventure is exactly what you need
Our final lesson for the (home)school year. Bryson and Connor wanted to learn about Japan because of their love of Pokémon and Beyblade.
Our weekly lesson on a new destination – we learned more about Thailand, one of our favorite countries. We just visited in November 2019, but learned a little more in this lesson.
Every week during our unexpected homeschooling time, we have done a video on a destination so that we can continue exploring the world even when we can not leave our houses!
We were supposed to visit there for Spring Break 2020, but had to settle for this lesson about Portugal until we are able to travel again. It is important to keep our love of the world alive even if we can not travel.
Our first geography and culture lesson after schools shut down in March 2020. I am an Australian citizen, so I may have tried to fit too much information in this lesson!