Wendy’s best tips, solutions, and ideas for family vacations—plus invaluable advice on travel logistics when you’ve got kids in tow.
Feeling like traveling? Consult this list of state-by-state travel resources and coronavirus information to help you make smart and safe decisions.
If you’re concerned about traveling during the time of COVID-19, regular travel insurance won’t help you. CFAR coverage is the only way to be protected.
A lot of our readers, frequent travelers that they are, have asked what it’s really like out there for those who are forging ahead with their trips. As a result, we’re interviewing WendyPerrin.com readers who are traveling right now.
Family vacations that are fun, unusual, fascinating, and stress-free.
Our readers have done the hard work for you, finding creative and rewarding holiday trips that tick all the boxes.
For Valentine's Day or any day, get inspired by these romantic trips that your fellow WOW List travelers have recently returned from.
Walking home from dinner in Samarkand, Uzbekistan, Tim, Wendy, and their sons were unexpectedly pulled into a giant party. This is what happened next.
Grab your calendar! January is the time to plot out your year’s worth of trips. This is how I maximize my budget, time, and happiness.
We’ve scoured the globe and selected the most rewarding places in the world to see in 2020.
Come June, you will thank us for this easy travel planning tip.
Wendy is just back from a family trip to Uzbekistan in Central Asia, and she’s sharing the highlights of her Silk Road adventure.
These photos of international ice cream sundaes, cones, and concoctions look so tasty, they'll serve as inspiration for your next trip.
August is one of the best times of the year to visit one of our favorite cities: London. This is why.
Wendy’s teenage son Doug shares his three favorite things he did on their family trip to Israel.
To provide inspiration for your own travels with your favorite grad, we’ve looked back at the coolest graduation trips our readers have taken.
Yes, frustrated parents, it’s possible to achieve vacations that are simultaneously child-friendly and adult-sophisticated.
On Wendy’s recent family trip to Belize, while she was road-testing Belize trip-planning specialists and her 14-year-old was learning to scuba dive, her husband, Tim, went fishing. Here’s his story.
Strategies for beating holiday prices, crowds, and sell-out conditions, as well as destinations to consider that are alternatives to the typical fare.
I chose Belize for a recent family trip because the best vacations are those where you try something new you’ve never done before.
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I’m not a travel agent—I’m a journalist who has spent the past 30 years reporting on how to travel smarter. To reduce your risk and maximize travel in the time of COVID—meaning, no crowds, savvy logistics, local leverage, VIP access—click to Ask Wendy.