2 Travel Dads

2TRAVELDADS

Chris and I (I’m Rob, Hi!) have been together for 10+ years.  We’ve been legally married since 2013.  Before kids we were just another couple exploring the world, but now with our little dudes we’re 2TravelDads… and we keep on traveling.

Together, Chris and I have traveled through Europe, Mexico, the US and Canada. And we’ve gone to Asia separately a few times.  We’re not fancy, but when the opportunity presents itself, we definitely opt for a posh hotel with a nice pool over “old world charm”.  We will deal with a scary room in a pinch.  We will camp in odd places.  We’re not afraid of taking our kids on adventures.

Experiencing tropical waters: boats and beaches on Oahu

Experiencing tropical waters: boats and beaches on Oahu Family friendly beaches on Oahu? What beach isn’t family friendly? Well, remember that all kinds of people visit Hawaii for all kinds of reasons. Our family friendly beach recommendations are places you can go with kids with safe waves, fun wildlife, and… Read more »

Universal Orlando with Small Kids: how to make sure everyone has a blast

Universal Orlando with Small Kids: how to make sure everyone has a blast We’ve been really fortunate to get to partner with the Universal Orlando Resort this year. With so many fun trips to Orlando, it’s given us loads of insight into how to visit Universal Orlando with small kids… Read more »

Visit Colorado: our crazy fun travel journal of Denver and beyond

Visit Colorado: our crazy fun travel journal of Denver and beyond Follow our travel journal as we Visit Colorado and explore the neighborhoods of Denver, find kid friendly hikes all around, experience the arts and sciences of Colorado’s top museums and venture to Estes Park for some relaxed time and… Read more »

Family Skiing in Vail, Colorado: fun in the snow with toddler in tow

Family Skiing in Vail, Colorado: fun in the snow with toddler in tow big skiers. In fact we avoid it, but there are loads of incredible people and adventurous parents that love to ski with their family. One of our 2TravelDads writing team, Rich, is all about skiing with the… Read more »

Outdoor Activities with Young Kids along the Scenic Route

Outdoor Activities with Young Kids along the Scenic Route We love when we get to share our favorite spots to visit, tips we’ve learned and ideas for exciting times along the Scenic Route.  We’ve created a really fun video to inspire new and wild times with young kids as you… Read more »

Kayaking in the Pacific Northwest: Puget Sound paddling destinations

Kayaking in the Pacific Northwest: Puget Sound paddling destinations Puget Sound are the Kitsap and Olympic Peninsulas, which are dotted with lakes and waterways, ready to be paddled. Kayaking in the Pacific Northwest is amazing. When you visit the Seattle area, or even better, when you do a road trip… Read more »

4 Ways to enjoy the Scenic Route around Oahu

4 Ways to enjoy the Scenic Route around Oahu Chief Travel Guides for Alamo Rent A Car and share our ideas for exploring the Scenic Route. We recently completed a grand tour of the Island of Oahu and came up with the four key ways to experience this incredible island. … Read more »

5 awesome non-beach activities on Oahu

5 awesome non-beach activities on Oahu Have you been to Oahu or one of the other Hawaiian Islands? They are pretty fascinating. The culture is this interesting blend of mainland-US, native Hawaiian influence, and pieces of Japanese life. There’s nothing else like it. The landscapes range from island to island,… Read more »

Traveling Chicago solo: 8 ways to experience the Windy City (and a bonus plan)

Traveling Chicago solo: 8 ways to experience the Windy City (and a bonus plan) New York, San Francisco, Seattle and Chicago. We haven’t all gotten to to each of the cities as a family, but finally I got to do Chicago solo… and I wish I would’ve had the family… Read more »

MLK National Historic Site with kids: learning about civil rights in Atlanta

MLK National Historic Site with kids: learning about civil rights in Atlanta Something that we always try to do with our kids, particularly since we are worldschooling, them is visiting historical sites. We visit Atlanta Georgia quite frequently and I’ve gotten the chance to go to Martin Luther King Jr… Read more »