What’s the greatest gift you can think of to give your children and loved ones? We’re willing to bet a thriving planet teeming with life and natural beauty, joyous memories, and unhurried time together may be high on your list. We agree. This is why we’ve made this the foundation of our journeys.

The secret to a successful family vacation is to engage the children. And where better to do that than in America’s playgrounds in the West, California and Alaska? Visiting the National Parks and other wild spaces in the western US is not only fun but it can add another level of meaningfulness to multigenerational trips as grandparents and parents delight to see their children and grandchildren discover the places they remember from childhood. California is an ideal family destination, with the perfect mix of natural beauty, cultural and historic attractions, and simple pleasures like the beach and amusement parks. And Alaska’s wildlife and wide range of activities, from hiking, to river rafting to dogsledding, are made to order for active family and multigenerational crews.

Our custom vacations take into account each family member’s interests, activity levels, and personality to create an unforgettable experience for everyone. Our expertise comes from creating hundreds of family trips, including our own! Ask around: we know how to put smiles on faces—from the littlest travelers to grandparents, and everyone in-between.

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Private Guided Tour of the Black Hills Region

Private Guided Tour of the Black Hills Region

Your private guide will escort you and your family on a full-day tour of the Black Hills region, focusing on Mt. Rushmore National Monument, Custer State Park, and Crazy Horse Memorial. In Custer State Park, the 18-mile Wildlife Loop Road offers the opportunity to see a herd of 1,300 bison and pronghorn antelope roaming freely, one of the largest publicly-owned herds in the world. Another option is a visit to the museum at the Black Hills Institute in Hill City. It is one of the world’s leading organizations in paleontological excavations and preparation since 1974, helping supply museums and collectors the finest in professionally prepared fossils and cast replicas.

Revealed America Tip: Mt. Rushmore is such a special place, you may wish to visit the monument in the morning when the light is especially good for photography, and then return in the early evening when the lights are turned on. Whatever option you choose, your guide will be happy to accommodate you.

> Mount Rushmore
> Badlands National Park

San Juan Island: Private Kayaking Excursion& Sunset Whale Watching Tour

San Juan Island: Private Kayaking Excursion& Sunset Whale Watching Tour

You and your family will begin the day with a private kayaking tour along the shores of beautiful San Juan Island, where you’re likely to spot water fowl and marine wildlife. You’ll have the benefit of paddling through a combination of protected waters and wildlife refuges with expansive views of Haro Strait – known as “Orca Highway” – the Cascade Mountains and beautiful shoreline.

After a relaxing lunch, you’ll head to the Marina for your sunset whale watching adventure. San Juan Island is considered the best place to view orca, which are traditionally in and about the San Juan Islands from mid-April to the beginning of October.

> Seattle
> Olympic National Park & Whidbey Island

Colorado River Float, Dinosaur Fossils & Horseshoe Bend

Colorado River Float, Dinosaur Fossils & Horseshoe Bend

A private raft awaits you and your family for a magical trip down the Colorado River. With sheer red rock canyon walls soaring from 800 feet to 1,600 feet above you, your journey will take you down one of the most dramatic stretches of river to be found in the western United States. And your guide will make the history of the area come alive, with tales of the wildlife, the natives who inhabited the region and the explorations of Major John Wesley Powell, before stopping to view ancient petroglyphs left by Ancestral Puebloans.

A picnic lunch at a scenic pullout will conclude the morning before you continue on to Big Water Visitors Center, where you’ll learn the story of the local paleontologist who discovered the fossilized skeleton of a dinosaur never before seen in North America. To cap off your day of adventure, we recommend a visit and short hike at Horseshoe Bend in Page, AZ, the tremendous and well photographed curve in the Colorado River.

> Grand Canyon
> Bryce Canyon National Park
> Zion National Park